"I have boundary issues in that I have none," revealed the Golden Globe winner

By Maya Anderman
June 15, 2016 05:15 PM
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Never worry about fangirling too hard over Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom.

The Golden Globe winner revealed how much enjoyment she gets out of fans recognizing her off screen on Wednesday in The Hollywood Reporter‘s Comedy TV Actress Roundtable.

“I have boundary issues in that I have none,” she revealed. “So sometimes when people recognize me from the show, I geek out over them geeking out about me to the point where they have to walk away.”

Bloom, 29, specifically described a recent instance where a fan she met on an airplane claimed they loved her show and she began pestering them with questions.

“Oh my god, tell me everything about you. What does your wife do? Tell me about your cat.”

Bloom joked, “It’ll probably get me killed at some point.

On a more serious note, Bloom also added how the struggles of depression and anxiety her character experiences on the show has caused many individuals to reach out to her and share their own personal hardships with the actress.

“Someone seeing you on a show just feeling like they know you, and feeling like, ‘Oh, I know this person I can trust them with the most intimate thing about myself’ – that’s been the most interesting thing.”

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