Emily Berrington was bullied at school because she was shy and awkward.
Emily Berrington was bullied at school.
The 'Inbetweeners 2' actress thinks teenagers can be ''evil geniuses'' and says she was singled out for being quiet and awkward when she was younger.
She told BANG Showbiz: ''I was really shy at school. I was like an 'Inbetweener' but a female one.
''Teenage girls are just the most evil geniuses. If a teenage girl sets against you, your life is over. And that happened to me a lot.''
However, as time has passed, Emily, 27, has learned to appreciate that what happened at school becomes insignificant in life.
She added: ''So, I kind of just learned gradually that although it seems massively important at the time, as time goes on you're like, 'Whatever happened to so and so?' ''
The '24: Live Another Day' star recently admitted she is embarrassed about her parents seeing 'The Inbetweeners 2'.
She said: ''I don't want to give away any good gags but there's a scene with some drunk snogging that I remember thinking as we filmed it, 'I look forward to Mum and Dad having to watch this.'
''I'm sure I'll be embarrassed for some of it, but my family are so excited about seeing the film, I couldn't possibly deny them that chance. I think they'll be cool about it, but maybe I should warn them about a few things first.''
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