Washington, Aug 4 : Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, 38, has revealed that her non-stop practice of speaking in a strong Scottish accent for her role in the film 'Death Defying Acts' has started to anger her husband Michael Douglas.
She will be playing a Scottish conwomen in the movie, which is based on Harry Houdini, the legendary escape artist.
She has been working on her accent continuously ever since she has landed this role, annoying her husband in the process.
"Michael is really fed up with it. When we are on the phone, I'll say 'Hello' in a Scots voice and he'll reply, 'It's me, enough already!" Contactmusic quoted her as saying.