Ayo Edebiri thinks of Jeremy Allen White as "family".
The 28-year-old actress has grown close to her co-star while filming 'The Bear' and she feels "blessed" that they've had one another for support as the success of the show has increased.
She told Sunday Times Style magazine: “Jeremy is one of the most grounded, hard-working people I know.
“I would describe my friendship and relationship with him as just a lot of trust and a lot of gratitude. We shot this show without any expectation, and to be on this journey with him, with everybody, it really does feel like a blessing and so I call him family.
"I call the whole cast and crew family because it really feels like a family endeavour.”
Ayo loved celebrating with those involved with the show after the Golden Globe Awards - for which she and Jeremy won Best Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series, as well as the programme scooping Best Musical or Comedy Series - in a "glorified party bus".
She said: “It was really cute because it was our first moment to come down from everything and just be together, without being photographed or interviewed.
“Then we went to a party, we ate, we vibed a little.”
But the 'Bottoms' actress couldn't help but feel star struck around the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg.
She said: “It was hard not to spin my head and be star struck."
But one of Ayo's outstanding memories of the night was a conversation she had with French director Justine Triet.
She recalled: "I told her in hideously broken French that I loved her film 'Anatomy of a Fall', and she fully responded in English and was like ‘Thank you very much.’ She was basically like, you and I will not have a conversation in French … and she was correct. I thought it was really hilarious.”