Julianna Margulies felt like an outcast as a child - because her family's globetrotting lifestyle meant her accent was always out of place.
The former E.R. star lived in New York, the U.K., and Paris, France when she was growing up, and she constantly had to adapt her diction to fit in with other schoolchildren.
But she admits the family's travels were so frequent she struggled to master local dialect in time - so she constantly sounded "wrong".
Margulies tells Britain's You magazine, "I never felt like I fitted in anywhere, and I always sounded wrong. Just when I'd get my British accent sorted, I'd be back in America; then just when I'd get my American accent back, we'd be upping sticks again to England."