Add Broadway megastar Craig Ramsay to the checklist of people that say that actress Lea Michele is a place of business nightmare. He referred to as her ‘despicable’ and ‘entitled’ in a brand new interview.
It turns out that Lea Michele has burned numerous bridges with solid friends through the years, from Broadway to Fox’s Glee. Yet some other former co-star has pop out with some selection phrases in regards to the 33-year-old actress. Craig Ramsay starred in Broadway’s Fiddler at the Roof with Lea and Rosie O’Donnell within the mid-aughts and stated in a brand new podcast that Lea is “one of the most entitled people I have ever come across in this business.” He stated that when she were given solid in Glee, she changed into a “horrible human being.”
“I just didn’t want to hear Lea Michele’s name in this interview, At all!” Craig stated all the way through an look on David Yontef‘s Behind The Velvet Rope podcast. “I think she’s a despicable, terrible human being. I believe she has misplaced contact with fact.” The dialog starts on the 6 minute, 15 2d mark at once under:
Craig defined, “We were in Fiddler together. Rosie [O’Donnell] is awesome. I still talk –- she is a huge mentor to me. I respect her — how she has been able to survive and thrive with all the nonsense that was tossed at her. As far as Lea Michele is concerned, I think she is one of the most entitled people I have ever come across in this business!”
Host David wasn’t surprised, pronouncing that he’s met Lea and “I’ve never had a good experience myself.” Craig stated that Lea changed into formally insufferable as soon as she used to be solid within the starring function of Rachel Berry on Glee. “I was there when she basically got a phone call of, ‘I got Glee,’ and I think that the entitlement just took over her body. She was possessed with this and from that moment on…because she moved to L.A. the same time I did from New York — and I cared for her greatly,” Craig shared.
“But then, the amount of entitlement that came right at that moment. I’ve never seen like likes. And especially Broadway. You can’t mess with Broadway. You can get a a really bad reputation very quick if you just don’t respect where you come from because it is so reputable,” Craig persevered. He added, “And she is talented, don’t get me wrong. She is more talented than the gigs she’s done the last ten years. But that means anything if no one wants to work with you.” David then famous, “that doesn’t necessarily shock me,” about Craig’s tackle Lea’s conduct.
Glee season six megastar Samantha Ware, 28, used to be the primary to talk out in opposition to Lea in a June 2 tweet put up after the Scream Queens actress shared her fortify for Black Lives Matter. Samantha — who’s Black — tweeted, “LMAO REMEMBER WHEN YOU MADE MY FIRST TELEVISION GIG A LIVING HELL?!?! CAUSE ILL NEVER FORGET.” Samantha accused Lea of bullying and different “TRAUMATIC MICROAGGRESSIONS” and added, “I consider you instructed everybody that in the event you had the chance you may ‘s*** in my wig.’” Several other lesser known Glee alums then backed her up with some similar tales of Lea’s alleged bullying.
Lea’s longtime Glee co-star Heather Morris weighed in on June 3, writing in an Instagram put up, “Was she unpleasant to work with? Very much so; for Lea to treat others with the disrespect that she did for as long as she did, I believe she SHOULD be called out.” That identical day, Lea issued a long apology, nevertheless it didn’t cross over too neatly as a result of she used the phrase “perceived” a number of occasions. “Whether it was my privileged position and perspective that caused me to be perceived as insensitive or inappropriate at times, or whether it was just my immaturity and me being unnecessarily difficult, I apologize for my behavior and for any pain which I have caused,” she wrote in an Instagram post.