Cara Delevingne's co-stars were hesitant to work with the supermodel-turned-actress as she began her Hollywood career.
The Paper Towns star first hit the big screen in 2012's Anna Karenina and has gone on to land parts in a number of blockbusters including the highly-anticipated Suicide Squad movie, due for release next year (16).
However, Delevingne has now revealed that despite her success, some actors insisted on looking at her audition tapes before they would agree to work with her.
She tells U.K. chat show host Graham Norton, "Actors have requested my audition tapes because they've said they didn't want to work with me until they had seen them. When I got the part they joked about it."
The interview is due to air in the U.K. on Friday (19Jun15).