Katherine Heigl, the actress in the hit series Grey’s Anatomy, has screwed up with the public several times, creating a decline in her career.
Her reputation in Hollywood is crucial and very delicate, and Katherine Heigl’s has been affected over the years after some comments or awkward moments with the press and at work. Despite everything, her fans are curious to know what has happened to her television career after saying goodbye to her as Izzie on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’.
Indeed, she appears again as Tully Hart in the Netflix series ‘Dance with the Fireflies’, but it seems that her reputation haunts him. Without a doubt, her role in the medical drama was a hit with the public. Izzie Stevens was the focal point of several of the stories in the series, and she certainly made many people cry and laugh. Therefore, there were several who feel nostalgic for her character now that season 18 of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ begins.
After leaving her role as ‘Izzie’, rumors about Heigl’s reputation began to surface. It was even said that it is not easy to work with her, which could prevent her from being hired by more Hollywood directors and could mean the end of her career as an actress. At one point, Heigl refused to accept a nomination for her work on the series for an Emmy Award because she claimed ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ had lost quality. This had negative consequences as it disappointed her team of the series, as well as her fans.
In an interview with the Washington Post, the actress shared that her attitude did not matter if her films ended up being profitable. Heigl admitted, “You can be the most terrible, difficult, horrible person on the planet, but if you make them money, they are going to keep hiring you. I knew that whatever they thought I had done was so horrible, they would overlook it if I did it to them.” make money – until my films were no longer as profitable as before.
The star also acknowledged that it hurt to hear so many negative comments about her. It seems like she doesn’t share what the public thinks about her reputation. Katherine explains, “I may have said some things you didn’t like, but that escalated to ‘she’s ungrateful,’ and that escalated to ‘she’s a difficult person,’ and that escalated to ‘she’s unprofessional.’ What’s your definition of difficult? “Someone with an opinion that you don’t like? I’m already 42 years old and that shit makes me black,” he says bluntly.