A&E’s original series “Bates Motel” takes its name and characters from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 classic horror film “Psycho”, but focuses on the life of a young Norman Bates and his complicated relationship with his mother, Norma (Vera Farmiga). The series acts as a prequel to the series, albeit with changing setting and story details as it progresses through a five-season cycle. The changes include the creation of characters like Cooke’s Emma Decody, a teenage “old soul” with cystic fibrosis who becomes friends and sometimes falls in love with a budding serial killer.
Cooke was a prominent character in the film, marking a turning point in her career as a child actress. Just a year after getting this role, she will start acting. But in a recent profile section for GuardiansCooke revealed that it was also one of the most difficult times in her life.
“I’m grateful for that work, but I was having a really hard time. The way the schedule worked, we all had different storylines, so most of my time was spent on it. this apartment in Vancouver, works twice a week.”
A number of unfortunate factors added to a “terrible” mental health experience. Cooke was 20 years old when she started working on the series and away from home, having just moved to the United States from the United Kingdom. Not only has she settled in a new country, but she has also struggled with the hardships of her career. It doesn’t help that her schedule keeps her from working sporadically, and being under the legal drinking age in the US means there are fewer opportunities and places to socialize and meet people all the time. stop it.
“It’s a lovely classic cocktail: unknowingly homesick, hasn’t stopped since the age of 18, being alone for large periods of time.”
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