Actress says fame became god to her, led to eating disorder and porn addiction until she met Jesus

Jeannie LawJun 24, 2019 09:31 AM EDT
Amanda Jane Cooper - White Chair Film - I Am Second, Jun 10, 2019 | YouTube/Screenshot

TV actress and Broadway star Amanda Jane Cooper admits that her success led to a life of destruction until someone introduced her to the true love of Jesus.

Cooper, who's wellknown from her roles in "Glee," "Bones," and "CSI," as well as her starring role as Glinda in the hit Broadway musical "Wicked," revealed that as her dreams became a reality her well-being took a turn for the worse. 

"Success started to slowly become my god and I said, 'Oh, OK. If I can achieve this, if I can, if this role or something ... then I'll, I'll be enough," she recalled in the latest White Chair film installment of "I Am Second." 

It was during that time that she developed an "eating disorder out of seemingly nowhere."

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