London [UK], Mar.26 (ANI): She came out publicly about her bisexuality in 2010 and now, Amber Heard has opened up about how difficult it was.
Speaking at The Economist's Pride & Prejudice event at New York, the 'Danish Girl' star claimed that the filmmakers doubted whether she could play a straight woman in a romantic lead, reports The Independent.
She said, "It was not easy. I was the only one working in this way, so it was definitely difficult because no one had done it."
The 30-year-old-actress added, "I did that even though everyone told me it would end my career, without a doubt."
The actress also shared about her "coming out" announcement and why she never hid her sexuality.
"When I hear someone comment about me coming out, I think it's funny because I was never in. Then I realised the gravity of what I had done."
On a related note, Amber Heard will be next seen in Zack Snyder's 'Justice League' as Mera, alongside Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa.
The flick is slated for a November 17 release. (ANI)