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I am not difficult: Katherine Heigl

'27 Dresses' star Katherine Heigl has said that contrary to reports she is not a difficult actor to work with.

 The story had also claimed that Heigl’s antics on the sets had cost producers money.

’27 Dresses’ star Katherine Heigl has said that contrary to reports she is not a difficult actor to work with.

The Hollywood Reporter came up with a story in 2013 where it quoted many sources to claim that Heigl had been difficult. When asked to respond to the story recently, Heigl said, “I can only say that I certainly don’t see myself as being difficult, I would never intend to be difficult… If I have ever disappointed somebody, it was never intentional.”

The story had also claimed that Heigl’s antics on the sets had cost producers money.

Heigl, who will be seen playing a CIA agent Charlie Tucker in the new NBC drama State of Affairs being produced by her mother Nancy, said she took some time off to be with her husband Josh Kelley and two adopted daughters Nancy and Adalaide.

“I took a couple of years off to be with my family… I needed that time. I needed to be a mom, and be a wife and be a friend and really revel in that,” Heigl said about her hiatus from films.

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