Jamie Foxx says he suf­fers from per­for­mance anx­i­ety

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Ac­tor Jamie Foxx (left) says that even af­ter over 30 years in the in­dus­try, he still gets ner­vous be­fore a per­for­mance. The Hol­ly­wood star says that even vet­er­ans feel anx­ious about watch­ing their on-screen per­for­mance, re­ported Col­lider.

“They’re cut­ting the movie as it goes and that's sort of fly. I think ev­ery ac­tor and ac­tress has per­for­mance anx­i­ety. We’re like, ‘Damn, does this look right?!’...” Foxx says.

In his next film, Baby Driver, the 49-year-old plays a part of the Bats, a crim­i­nal bank rob­bing crew, and Foxx says he has al­ready re­ceived the bless­ings of his sev­enyear-old daugher An­nalise.

“[My daugh­ter] asked me what I was do­ing to­day and I’m like, ‘Killing some more peo­ple.’ She’s cool with it. She was on the set of Django (Un­chained) be­fore, so she un­der­stands what it is . ... But, I think the dif­fer­ence is how the mu­sic is play­ing and how it’s be­ing set up,” he says.

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