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There’s no doubt that Michelle Pfeiffer is a successful star. The actor has appeared in plenty of popular movies over the years, such as 1983’s “Scarface,” 1992’s “Batman Returns,” and 2001’s “I Am Sam,” just to name a few. With those kind of credits on her résumé, it’s easy to understand why she’s so famous. At the same time, being a celebrity isn’t something that she’s comfortable with. In 2019, she wrote for InStyle (via the Daily Mail), “Stardom looks right on some people, but it wouldn’t on me … Innately, I still feel that way. Honestly, I’m not sure it’s something that anybody ever settles into, because it’s not normal.”
That fame is also partly why she stepped back from Hollywood for a time. In a new interview in late April, she explained to The Hollywood Reporter that it was difficult to deal with what comes along with celebrity when her children were young, recalling, “There were cameras right in their little faces, and it traumatized them.”
So, Pfeiffer spent more time with her family and less time in front of any kind of camera. However, after a span, she said, “I would start to hear that I had retired, and I’d be like, ‘Wait, no.'” Her fans are surely glad to hear that she had no intention of leaving her career behind permanently. At least, not yet and hopefully not for a long time.
Source: Nicki Swift