The actress has revealed that she has, on occasion, considered walking away from her Hollywood career.
Katherine Heigl – who has starred in the likes of Knocked Up, 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth and The Killers – has admitted that it upsets her to be described as something of a diva when she's on a film set.
"Nobody wants to hear things like that about themselves," she told the Press Association in London, while in the UK to promote her new thriller Unforgettable.
"One thing I think I'm relatively good at is asking myself and truly addressing: 'Is there an issue here?' You have to be accountable for your behaviour.
"Now maybe I go a little too far in beating myself up, or self-evaluation, or not trusting my own instincts," she added.
Speaking about the possibility of walking away from acting, she said: "Yes. That probably happens every couple of years since I was 15. Maybe everybody in their career feels that way, especially when you've been at it for a really long time.
You have these ups and downs and these ebbs and flows. This thing you were once so passionate about, and was your heart and soul, has now turned on you – and it's your mortal enemy instead of your best friend. I think that's pretty typical of most people."
This is not the first time Katherine has opened up about being described as a diva. Back in 2014, she conducted this interview with The Meredith Vieira Show...