In an interview with Andy Cohen, for the show “Radio Andy” on SiriusXM, actress Gwyneth Paltrow explained why she appears less often on screens.
The latest project of the 48-year-old actress was the Netflix series “The Politician”, where she worked with her husband, Brad Falchuck.
Paltrow’s attention has recently shifted to her business, the “Goop” lifestyle brand, although acting has been her first step toward success. At the age of 26, Paltrow put an Oscar and a Golden Globe on the shelf for his performance in “Shakespeare in Love.” In 2011, the actress added an Emmy Award for her role in the movie “Glee”. Going by the “point of view, point hit” system, the actress also stated that, at the age of 26, she felt that she had reached the peak of her career.
Paltrow: “I realized I didn’t like acting so much”
On the other hand, she revealed that she realized, over time, that she didn’t like acting so much, only that she wasn’t aware of it at the time.
“It’s not like I felt it wasn’t worth the effort to play roles, but rather I was wondering who I should be and where I was going. To be honest, part of that brilliance of being an actress also evaporated due to the intense control of the public “, she explained.
Paltrow remembers how, as a child, everything he did appeared in the newspapers, from articles about his career to criticism about everything he did, said or what wardrobe he chose. He added that she “is more like a housewife and does not prefer to stay in a hotel room alone for six weeks for a role.”
A demanding boss cuts off the excitement of playing a role
“And if you add all this up with the fact that, frankly, I had a very demanding boss for most of the films in my career at Miramax, it’s easy to understand that it wasn’t really my calling. That’s not what represents me “, the actress concluded.
Miramax is a film production and distribution company founded by brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein, with whom Gwyneth Paltrow worked frequently. Including the film “Shakespeare in Love”, he also worked with them.
The actress has been exposed to the spotlight since a very young age, through the eyes of her parents. Her mother, Blythe Danner, is an Emmy Award-winning actress and her father, Bruce, was a director, producer and screenwriter.
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