Evanna Lynch announces she’s taking career break in emotional post

The actress found fame with the Harry Potter films

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Evanna Lynch has announced that she is taking a career break in an emotional post.

The actress detailed that she will stop attending conventions and will focus on pushing herself as an actress.

Posting a photo with her new love, model and singer Andel, the Louth native shared with her followers that she will be following her heart rather than following her fear.

“I’m going to take a break from conventions after the other two I’ve committed to this year because I need to push myself as an artist more,” she wrote.

My ? @officialandel who is an actual fountain of joy, fun and wisdom and snarky comebacks. Thank you for keeping me spangly and reminding me why I’m here and inspiring some new intentions… I’m going to take a break from conventions after the other two I’ve committed to this year because I need to push myself as an artist more. Sometimes life gives you an easy route that dulls your appetite for chasing your dreams and you become inhibited by fear of what lays beyond comfort and safety. That for me has been living off the world I inhabited a decade ago. It’s a blessing to have a safety net and while it’s possible to maintain safety and chaos together I believe I need insecurity to light a fire under my scared little artist’s ass. I’m different now and need to honour that and challenge myself to create something else, something from the person I am today. I feel like I’m stuck in my 18 year old self artistically when I actually have a lot more to say. I’m writing it down for myself to acknowledge and to remind myself to not be held back by fear of discovering my inabilities and inadequacies as an actor and human. What is there to lose anymore by being relentlessly optimistic about the future? I have run out of excuses and want to follow my heart wholeheartedly rather than my fear… ??

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“Sometimes life gives you an easy route that dulls your appetite for chasing your dreams and you become inhibited by fear of what lays beyond comfort and safety,” she continued.

“That for me has been living off the world I inhabited a decade ago. It’s a blessing to have a safety net and while it’s possible to maintain safety and chaos together I believe I need insecurity to light a fire under my scared little artist’s ass.

“I’m different now and need to honour that and challenge myself to create something else, something from the person I am today. I feel like I’m stuck in my 18 year old self artistically when I actually have a lot more to say.

“I’m writing it down for myself to acknowledge and to remind myself to not be held back by fear of discovering my inabilities and inadequacies as an actor and human.

“What is there to lose anymore by being relentlessly optimistic about the future? I have run out of excuses and want to follow my heart wholeheartedly rather than my fear.”

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