Ryan Reynolds attends the opening night of "The Music Man" at Winter Garden Theatre on February 10, 2022 in New York City.

Ryan Reynolds has opened up about his struggles with anxiety, claiming that he sometimes feels as if he has “two parts of my personality.” Appearing on CBS’s Sunday Morning show this weekend (February 27), the Free Guy star opened up about suffering from anxiety his “whole life.”

Reynolds, 45, said, “I’ve had anxiety my whole life really. And you know, I feel like I have two parts of my personality, that one takes over when that happens.”

The actor recalled how his feelings of anxiety would intensify before appearances on Late Night With David Letterman. “I remember I’d be standing backstage before the curtain would open,” he said. “And I would think to myself, ‘I’m gonna die. I’m literally gonna die here. The curtain’s gonna open and I’m just gonna be, I’m just gonna be a symphony of vomit,’ just, like, something horrible’s gonna happen! But as soon as that curtain opens – and this happens in my work a lot too – it’s like this little guy takes over.”

He continued, “And he’s like, ‘I got this. You’re cool.’ I feel, like, my heart rate drop, and my breathing calm, and I just sort of go out and I’m this different person. And I leave that interview going, ‘God, I’d love to be that guy!’”

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