Melissa McCarthy Struggled While Shooting Gilmore Girls.

Melissa McCarthy is a popular American actress who is known by almost everyone. The star has reached great milestones in her career and this is the reason why she is very popularly known by everyone who follows Hollywood even quite a bit. The star actress has created an aura for herself in this industry and is now a great actress.

There was a time when Melissa McCarthy only had $5 in her bank account. She has also shared in the past that she was on the brink of going homeless and broke.

At that time, the actress used to get gigs through her sister’s contact. And she has shared again and again that the struggling era in Hollywood is pretty scary and she does not wish this on anyone.

After doing small roles here and there and not unlocking the true potential of her acting skills, Melissa McCarthy earned a big breakthrough in Gilmore Girls. And since then, there was no turning back for her. Because since then, Melissa McCarthy has been a vivid actress in Hollywood.

Very recently, the Gilmore Girls actress played a villain role in the live-action film The Little Mermaid.

Although the movie was a pretty controversial one, still Melissa McCarthy did her best to make her role the most perfect as she can.

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Melissa McCarthy Struggled While Shooting for Gilmore Girls and Here Is the Reason Why.

Melissa McCarthy

In a recent interview, Melissa McCarthy opened her heart and shared how the star had to experience a little struggle while shooting for Gilmore Girls. The star has to face serious problems while shooting for the American comedy-drama series.

So, if you are a star of Melissa and you also want to know more about the problems faced by your favorite star while shooting for her breakthrough series, then you are at the right place. Scroll down further to know more.

Amy Sherman-Palladino, the creator of the show, had to fight for Melissa McCarthy.

“They weren’t sure. It wasn’t that people didn’t like her, but she was a different energy. She was a different kind of chick.”

“And the part was just written for a woman, There was no body type, there was nothing specific about it. I was like, ‘I need someone funny who could really act,'” Amy added.

Amy Sherman.