Arnold Schwarzenegger allegedly farted on “Harry Potter” star Miriam Margolyes‘ face in between takes of the 1999 supernatural action thriller “End of Days,” which is why Margolyes detested working with him, she said on the “I’ve Got News For You” podcast.
The 81-year-old British-Australian actress said she still hasn’t forgiven Schwarzenegger, calling him “Rude.”
Margolyes, who played Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter films Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2011), claims that Schwarzenegger offended her on a shoot when he “deliberately” farted in her face.
“He’s a bit too full of himself and I don’t care for him at all.“ Margolyes said of Schwarzenegger. “He was actually quite rude. He farted in my face. Now, I fart, of course, I do — but I don’t fart in people’s faces. He did it deliberately, right in my face.”
“I was playing Satan’s sister and he was killing me, so he had me in a position where I couldn’t escape and lying on the floor. And he just farted,” Margolyes continued. “It wasn’t on film, it was in one of the pauses, but I haven’t forgiven him for it.”
Schwarzenegger played an ex-cop searching for Satan before he can usher in the Antichrist in Peter Hyams’ “End of Days.” Margolyes showed up as one of Satan’s helpers. In addition to Rod Steiger and Kevin Pollak, the cast also includes Gabriel Byrne and Robin Tunney.
However, this isn’t the first time Margolyes voiced her displeasure with her co-stars’, the Horry Potter actress also took issue with how Leonardo DiCaprio supposedly had offensive body odor on the set of Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 drama “Romeo + Juliet,” which also starred Claire Danes, during an interview with “This Morning” earlier in July.
Margolyes, who played Juliet’s nurse in the movie, said that DiCaprio “was a bit smelly. “
“Because it was very hot in Mexico and I think young boys, he was very young at the time, they don’t make themselves fragrant. They don’t wash all the bits!” she said.
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