As nice as fame can be, Eve Hewson knows that it has its downsides.

The actress, who is the daughter of U2 lead singer Bono, has broken through thanks to her role as Lucy Elkins on “The Knick,” and because of the fact that she now has to watch what she does.

“It freaks me out,” she recently told GQ. “I’m going to have to start behaving in public.”

Until now, Hewson’s been able to avoid attention, thanks in part to her father’s stage name — Bono’s real name is Paul Hewson — and a face that she says isn’t that distinctive.

“I think I have a ‘blur face.’ I assume no one will recognize or remember me,” the 24-year-old told the magazine.

Looks like that is about to change. In addition to her role on “The Knick,” which returns on Oct. 16, she also plays Tom Hanks' daughter in Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.