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‘The Good Place’: William Jackson Harper Confessed to Having ‘Imposter Syndrome’

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William Jackson Harper spent four comedy seasons on NBC’s The good place. Even after the show’s remarkable success, Harper admits that he is still dealing with what he calls “imposter syndrome.” ” [Spoiler warning: The following article contains details about The Good Place Seasons 1 through 4.]

William Jackson Harper on ‘The Good Place’ Colleen Hayes / NBC / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

William Jackson Harper brought Chidi to life on ‘The Good Place’

The Good place they continued the journey of four people who recently died while sailing to live the next life. On display, Harper showed former professor of ethics Chidi Anagonye.

Chidi was first installed as Eleanor Shellstrop’s named soulmate who was ruthless and morally broken. As it turned out, it was a game that was made in, well, The Bad Place.

Chidi and Eleanor, along with their neighbors Tahani Al-Jamil and Jason Mendoza, were deceived into thinking they had died and went to the Good Place. In fact, the demonic architect Michael had created a personal hell for each of them. Chidi became a gooey moral center in the group, Harper became a popular fan, and The good place it received awards from critics and fans.

Even after the show’s remarkable success, Harper admits that he is still dealing with what he calls “imposter syndrome.” Like his character, Harper has become very self-conscious about his acting career.

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Despite his proven talent, Harper admitted Deadline that he must make an effort to avoid feelings of fear. The actor spoke about his appreciation of executive producer and director Barry Jenkins. The creative vision thanked Harper for a role there The underground railway.

“Working with Barry Jenkins is a dream,” Harper told Time. “That dude is too much. The interesting thing about this whole work and the age that I am at the stage where I am interested is that it is interesting to find ways so that people are not intimidated. And that is something that I have to deal with. ”

Harper also shared his feelings about working with photographer Eleanor Kristen Bell. The good place. He told the rebellion, “[It] it took me a while to get over the fact that I was going to work in front of Kristen Bell so much. [It was] Oh wow, she’s awesome. I need to find out how not to be afraid of this scared person. And so that made her do some things, but again, she’s such a warm, amazing person and an honest actress that it’s just happening around her. ”

Harper broke down what it means to be in ‘imposter syndrome’

Erika Delgado continued Twitter.