The 52-year-old says she was diagnosed with the condition as a child, but had never disclosed it to movie producers. "I've never been comfortable being the center of attention," she says. "It's always freaked me out." She often refused to do promotional talk show appearances, which she says "was not because I was above it, but because I was terrified."
But now, the Splash star says she's "learned a couple of things that really would've made my life easier if I'd known them 20 years ago."
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