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Actress Miranda Tapsell multiple regular jobs while starring on hit TV shows

Love Child actress Miranda Tapsell reveals she experienced ‘burnout’ after being forced to work multiple regular jobs at the same time as starring in hit movies and TV shows

Miranda Tapsell has revealed that she was left ‘burned out’ after working multiple ‘regular’ jobs while starring on hit TV shows. 

In an interview with Stellar Magazine this week, the actress, 33, who is known for hit shows such as Love Child and big screen successes such as Top End Wedding and The Sapphires, continued to hold down regular work to make ends meet. 

‘I did experience a sort of burnout,’ she told the magazine on Saturday. 

Hard work:  Miranda Tapsell (pictured) has revealed that she was left ‘burned out’ after working multiple ‘regular’ jobs while starring on hit TV shows

‘I obviously didn’t want to complain because there were lots of actors auditioning and not getting work,’ she added. 

‘But, it also wasn’t like the ’90s anymore where you could do one show and suddenly buy a house. I was living in Sydney, so still had to do multiple jobs on the side.’ 

However the star has no regrets, adding, ”My whole career is built on the fact that I said ‘yes’. I didn’t leave a stone unturned; I always took my shot.’ 

Confessing: In an interview with Stellar Magazine this week, the actress, 33, who is known for hit shows such as Love Child and big screen successes such as Top End Wedding and The Sapphires, continued to hold down regular work to make ends meet

Confessing: In an interview with Stellar Magazine this week, the actress, 33, who is known for hit shows such as Love Child and big screen successes such as Top End Wedding and The Sapphires, continued to hold down regular work to make ends meet

Tired: 'I did experience a sort of burnout,' she told the magazine on Saturday. '[It] wasn't like the '90s anymore where you could do one show and suddenly buy a house. I was living in Sydney, so still had to do multiple jobs on the side'

Tired: ‘I did experience a sort of burnout,’ she told the magazine on Saturday. ‘[It] wasn’t like the ’90s anymore where you could do one show and suddenly buy a house. I was living in Sydney, so still had to do multiple jobs on the side’ 

It comes after Miranda revealed she is expecting her first child with her writer husband James Colley.

‘Our very exciting production due 2021,’ she wrote alongside a sonogram of the couple’s child, which was shared to Instagram in May. 

Speaking about her biggest role yet, Miranda told The Daily Telegraph that things were finally starting to ‘sink in’. 

Happy news: It comes after Miranda revealed she is expecting her first child with her writer husband James Colley (left)

Happy news: It comes after Miranda revealed she is expecting her first child with her writer husband James Colley (left) 

Modern love: Miranda and James met after several online exchanges on Twitter

 Modern love: Miranda and James met after several online exchanges on Twitter

‘I look down at my growing belly and think, ‘Oh wow, this is actually happening.’ It just feels right for us now. It’s all falling into place – it’s really lovely,’ she said.

She continued: ‘We’ve wanted a baby for some time now… I’m really lucky that I found a loving partner like James, who I know is going to be a really great dad.’ 

Miranda and James met after several online exchanges on Twitter and tied the knot in a ceremony at Panorama House in Sydney’s Wollongong in December 2018.

Married: They tied the knot in a ceremony at Panorama House in Sydney's Wollongong in December 2018

Married: They tied the knot in a ceremony at Panorama House in Sydney’s Wollongong in December 2018

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