50 Glamorous Facts about Hollywood’s Popular Actresses – Part 4

31Emma Stone

Emma Stone convinced her parents to let her drop out of school and move to LA to pursue her acting career by presenting her business savvy father with a full PowerPoint presentation set to Madonna’s “Hollywood.”


32Rose Leslie

Rose Leslie who played Ygritte in Game of Thrones, grew up in Lickleyhead Castle, her family’s 15th-century ancestral seat in Aberdeen, Scotland. She is a descendant of Charles II.


33Winona Ryder

Actress Winona Ryder was bullied in high school for her 'tomboy' appearance. Years later, one of her bullies asked her for an autograph. “I asked her if she remembered me and she said that she sort of remembered beating a kid up. I said to her, ‘Yeah, well that was me so go fuck yourself.’”


34Kate Winslet

All of the sketches in Titanic were actually drawn by James Cameron himself, including the famous nude sketch of Kate Winslet.


35Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek as a young teen went to a church that was known for performing miracles and wished for breasts.


36Miley Cyrus

When Barbra Walters interviewed Miley Cyrus in her home in 2008, the camera crew managed to clog all of Miley’s toilets. Instead of getting angry, Miley and her family later sent Barbra a golden toilet figurine reading “So you’ll always remember the Cyrus family.”


37Halle Berry

Halle Berry personally accepted her Razzie award for Worst Actress for her role in Catwoman. Her acceptance speech included the line “First of all, I want to thank Warner Brothers. Thank you for putting me in a piece of sh*t, god-awful movie… It was just what my career needed.”


38Katie Holmes

Before he started dating Katie Holmes, Tom Cruise invited a bunch of beautiful actresses including Scarlett Johansson, Kate Bosworth, and Jessica Alba to audition for a fake part in a bogus “Mission: Impossible” series, but in reality, they were auditioning to be his third wife.


39Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron has an American accent because she only spoke Afrikaans at home before leaving South Africa at 16 and only learned to speak English properly in the US.


40Mila Kunis

The part of “Jackie” on “That 70s Show” asked for an 18-year-old girl. Mila Kunis, being 14, said she would be 18 on her birthday without specifying which birthday and won the part.

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