watson-fraud-052913spFame and fortune may have found her at a young age, but Emma Watson still has insecurities about her career.

In a recent interview, the “Perks of Being a Wallflower” actress admits, “It’s called the impostor syndrome.It’s almost like the better I do, the more my feeling of inadequacy actually increases, because I’m just going: ‘Any moment, someone’s going to find out I’m a total fraud, and that I don’t deserve any of what I’ve achieved.’ I can’t possibly live up to what everyone thinks I am and what everyone’s expectations of me are.”

Giving props to her “Wallflower” director Stephen Chbosky, the 23-year-old actress shares, “After Harry Potter I didn’t feel very confident in myself as an actor. It’s lucky that I’ve improved that now, but back then I needed someone to believe in me, and Stephen really did.”

As for her other interests, Emma hopes to write a book someday, clarifying, “I almost feel like I would have to publish it under another name – just because there’s a definition of me out there that feels kind of stuck in the moment when it was formed. I was 15 or 16 then,