Amanda Seyfried shares her thoughts on her career after For her roles in “Mamma Mia!” and “Les Miserables,” we all know and love Amanda Seyfried

After gaining worldwide fame in the teen comedy “Mean Girls” at just 18 years old, she played those two after her starring role.

The actor has reflected on her early days in the industry and opened up to Porter magazine about how she grew confident after some questionable moments at the beginning of her career.

When she was 19, the actress and singer claims she felt uncomfortable without underwear while on set. She wishes they had access to intimacy coaches today.

How did I let that happen?” she said. “I was 19 and I didn’t want to upset anybody, and I wanted to keep my job. That’s why

The 36-year-old also recently opened up about problematic interactions with men fans after the release

“Mean Girls” as she was thrust into the limelight, but she said she navigated fame by buying a farm to keep her grounded.

Seyfried talks about her struggle with anxiety and also provides advice.

She credits regular therapy sessions and becoming a mother as the reason she has found some resilience and strength.

You can’t crush me. Maybe this is why we loved acting so much.