Monday, August 13, 2007
Washington, (ANI): Catherine Zeta-Jones has insisted that she does not fear for her career post 40, because acting is merely a hobby for her.
The 37-year-old actress admitted that her career may falter when she turns 40, but said that she would be able to get by, even if she never appeared on the big screen again.
"Everything I do with my acting is a bonus. It's like a hobby. I'm not one of those people who are so self-centred that they just have to do it," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying.
"I do the best I can with my work and when I hit 40, maybe things won't change. If (my career) falters, that's fine by me. I just think it's good I'm aware of the possibility of that," she added.
Meanwhile Catherine, who lives in Bermuda with husband Michael Douglas, has divulged that she is happy with her two kids and doesn't plan to have any more.
"I'd love to but my life is so hectic. I'm very happy with one
of each. They're healthy, happy, funny ... so I'm done," she