HUDDERSFIELD actress Joanna Christie has found herself in the world spotlight.
But the talented actress from Almondbury is totally unfazed by the attention.
And she has a down-to-earth approach to her famous nude scenes with Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe on a West End stage later this month.
She wonders what her dad will say!
Joanna, aged 24, is no stranger to the stage.
She has appeared in many productions and has also had TV roles in No Angels and Holby City.
She comes from a talented family, with mum Sue an accomplished singer, musician and conductor and brother Luke a jazz drummer.
Dad Paul is a property developer.
Joanna is to star in the latest version of Equus, by Peter Schaffer.
She got the role after auditioning with 307 other hopefuls.
Equus opens at London's Gielgud Theatre on February 27 and the massive media attention on Radclife's naked role has guaranteed huge advance bookings.
Joanna is not worried about shedding her clothes - but did admit she wondered what her dad would say.
"I think I'll just have to tell him not to look," she said.
Joanna plays Jill Mason, who stars opposite 17-year-old Daniel's character, the disturbed stable-boy Alan Strang.
In the play he blinds several horses with a hoof pick after a torrid sexual encounter with her.
Joanna said: "Luckily I feel very comfortable with Dan.
"He and I get on really well and that definitely helps create a relaxed atmosphere in rehearsals.
"Because we both appear naked on stage we feel like we can support each other. There's a lot of pressure and I am sure Dan feels it, too.
"When we first started rehearsing, it became a joke between us.
"But the nudity isn't gratuitous. It is beautiful and necessary to the play.
"When we're naked on stage, it's not me and Dan - it's the characters and it's our job to honour the play."
Joanna added: "There have been photos of me on the front page of Indian newspapers.
"It has been bizarre, but exciting.
"I expected some of it because, obviously, it was Daniel Radcliffe and he's famous.
"I think in a lot of people's minds he's still Harry Potter.
"I'd read the first two Harry Potter books and I'd seen Dan in some of the films, so it was weird to begin with.
"But we're over that now."