Angus Cloud remained open about his struggles with psychological well being properly after he landed his starring position in “Euphoria.” In a 2019 interview with GQ, the star admitted that he was naïve concerning the calls for of the performing world earlier than taking part in “Fezco.” Being on his ft consistently working as a waiter in New York Metropolis did little to arrange the star for the way tiring taking part in a personality may very well be. “It is a totally different form of arduous. I’m not operating round sweating, however it’s that psychological sh*t. It’s a must to keep targeted. It’s a must to be on level. You possibly can’t name in sick. Performing takes rather a lot out of you. I might be drained, however I used to be simply sitting there performing,” he admitted.
In a clip from an interview that resurfaced on TikTok, Cloud acquired candid about his offscreen life. “I simply really feel like, the whole lot occurring on the earth, like, you are gonna go click on on my web page and see me smiling and pleased and residing my life like the whole lot’s good,” he mentioned. “Every part isn’t good. Every part is fairly unhealthy. My life, personally, I am sustaining, you already know what I am saying, however, usually, this sh** is f***ed up.” Cloud additionally revealed that he felt like he had “imposter syndrome” round his Oscar-nominated forged mates, and struggled to see himself as a succesful actor. “I am like, ‘I do not know what I’m doing. Why did they create me over right here for this? They need to have gotten an actual actor for this job,'” he mentioned in the identical 2019 GQ interview.