Julia Fox is totally cool with an otherworldly being staying in her home.
The “Uncut Gems” actor, who stars in Steven Soderbergh’s new psychological thriller, “Presence,” told Vulture in a video interview last week that she was recently “drawn” to a New York City home before she discovered a paranormal resident inside.
“And then, when I bought it, I went downstairs and there was a whole shrine set up to the ghost that lives there,” she said.
“And before I saw the shrine I knew that there was a ghost drawing me to the house ’cause every time I would go it’d be like on a full moon or it was just all very magical, mystical, supernatural.”
She added that she believes in “another dimension” as well and confirmed that the ghost is a “friendly” one.
“She’s the matriarch of the home and she watches over us. Her name’s Beauty,” Fox said.
“Presence,” which made its premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, has a plot that shares an eerie similarity to Fox’s ghost story. The film also stars Lucy Liu, Chris Sullivan and West Mulholland.
In a video shared on the Sundance Institute’s TikTok account, Fox said that Beauty had lived in the house her whole life and that her son is also aware of the ghost.
“My son sees her all the time but she’s a nice ghost, so we’re not worried,” she said.
It’s unclear what home Fox is referring to; however, she did purchase a 19th century Harlem townhouse for $2.9 million with her friend and model, Richie Shazam Khan, last May, according to The Real Deal, a real estate news outlet.
Watch Fox talk about Beauty in the video below.