The Undoing’s Nicole Kidman insists her daughters ‘got no special treatment’ after both bagging roles on crime thriller

NICOLE Kidman's daughters are following in their famous mum's footsteps after landing a gig on the new drama, The Undoing.

Kidman revealed her youngest daughters were treated just like everybody else on the set of The Undoing, a psychological thriller about a woman whose world starts to fall apart when her husband goes missing.

Sunday, 12, and Faith, seven, are Kidman's daughters with Aussie country music star Keith Urban.

The budding auteurs have done small extra work on their Oscar winning mum's previous jobs, but this time managed to get a speaking role.

"They're in the first episode," Nicole told news.com.au.

"They're used to being extras, but they did fives days in the freezing New York cold, never complained, and didn't get any special treatment."


Ever the professionals, the girls were rewarded for their hard work and rushed home to tell Kidman all about.

"And then one day they came home and said, 'We got a line!'"

Sunday wants to become the next Steven Spielberg and has begun filming her own movies at home.

But as Kidman revealed, she's a tough boss.

"My oldest wants to be a filmmaker, and she makes films every weekend," 

"The little one is battling to get in them, but she's had a tantrum and wouldn't say the lines."

The Big Little Lies actress the revealed: "And I actually got fired last weekend."

However, she has tried convincing Sunday to go easier on her sister.

“I keep vouching for Faith, saying, ‘She’s a good actress. Put her in one of your films!’ So that’s what’s been happening at my house,” Kidman explained.

Hugh Grant stars alongside Kidman in the tense drama which premieres today on Sky Atlantic and Now TV.

The new HBO drama miniseries is based on the novel, You Should Have Known by Jean Hanff Korelitz.

It has been written by David Kelley and directed by Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner, Susanne Bier.

It follows the life of a successful therapist called Grace Fraser who has a devoted husband and a young son who attends an elite private school in New York City.


Her seemingly perfect life is challenged by a violent death, a missing husband and a chain of terrible revelations.

Kidman who plays the part of Grace told the panel at TCA: "Choosing to unknow things is a fascinating part of human nature.

"The great thing about this series – and what really drew me to it-is that it's so twisty and nothing is as it seems."

Other stars in the hotly anticipate drama include Fala Chen, Edgar Ramirez and Lily Rabe.

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