In Three Women, One Gene, Mandy Wong portrays the challenging role of a woman who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Unafraid of stepping out of her comfort zone, Mandy spoke about how she had to film multiple scenes in the series sans-bra, reports JayneStarz.
Since one of her character’s identities does not like wearing bras, Mandy had to film a few scenes with only a shirt on.
Although she maintained a level of professionalism when filming, Mandy admitted that she felt slightly awkward around the cast and crew during those scenes.
One of her personalities is also romantically involved with co-star Benjamin Yuen.
However, this personality also likes to physically torture Benjamin by frequently slapping, hitting, and punching him.
Although he complained that he has incurred many bruises and scratches from Mandy, Benjamin revealed that he secretly enjoyed those scenes.
Benjamin laughed, “I don’t know why, but I enjoy when people hit me. First of all, it looks good when her character hits my face – she would slap me without warning.
"She puts the right amount of strength into her slaps. The sound effect is good, but it doesn’t hurt too much. It feels kind of nice, so I want more of these scenes added into the series.”