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Wednesday 17 September 2014

Katie Holmes is a 'funny, loving girl'

Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes has impressed her co-stars and colleagues on her new Broadway show Dead Accountants despite going through a challenging time in her personal life.

The former Dawson's Creek star blindsided Tom Cruise with divorce papers earlier this year and has been rebuilding her life as a single mother in New York City with daughter Suri Cruise.

And Us Weekly reports that as Katie gets back to work in her first Broadway gig since appearing in All My Sons four years ago, she is doing it with aplomb and with no sign of her personal issues on display.

"People thought they would have to step on egg shells [around her]," a source told the publication.

"She's got her personal stuff going on, but she leaves that at the door. [And ] behind the scenes she's a funny, loving girl, not an ounce of diva in her."

Katie is said to have grown close with the crew and "has been eating her lunches with the rest of the cast," the insider added. "They've all really bonded."

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