Heather Graham couldn't wait for filming on 'Flowers in the Attic' to end because playing a villain was so exhausting.
Heather Graham was exhausted by playing the villain in 'Flowers in the Attic'.
The 43-year-old actress plays a brutal mother in the movie, and admits it sucked a lot of her energy to the point where she couldn't wait for filming to end.
She said: ''There's a lot of freedom to [playing the villain], because you're doing something you would never do in real life. But it's very dark. By the end of it I couldn't wait to stop.''
The 'Boogie Nights' star would like to become a mother herself one day, but says it is not something she is obsessed by.
She added: ''I'm open to it if I meet the right person, but I'm not going to force it. If it happens, then great, and if not, I still have a full and good life. I get to sleep a lot, and I love sleeping.''
Despite being in her 40s, the actress has maintained a youthful look, which she believes is because of the fact she now takes very good care of her body.
She told People magazine: ''I used to be terrible and basically only ate frozen yoghurt, but I'm very healthy now. I do yoga and meditate. I think a lot of it is feeling good about yourself.''
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