Jessica Alba spent most of her childhood imagining she was ''super-human'' and had special powers.
Jessica Alba used to imagine she was ''super-human''.
The 'Fantastic Four' actress spent hours as a child dreaming of having special powers that would elevate her ahead of her peers.
She said: ''When I was little, I always spent time imagining I was super-human.''
The 33-year-old screen beauty also revealed she used to focus all her efforts on her movie career, but says she now no longer feels under pressure to star in lots of movies since having daughters Honor, six, and Haven, two, and starting her natural baby product business The Honest Company.
Jessica - who is married to Cash Warren - explained to the new UK issue of Grazia magazine: ''Before having a family, my whole identity was wrapped up in my decisions about acting.
''Now, having kids and a business, I don't feel that pressure.''
Despite portraying a number of sexy characters on screen, Jessica insists she doesn't care if people want to stereotype her based on the characters she plays.
The actress - who reprises her role as stripper Nancy Callahan in the sequel 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For', the sequel to the 2005 film -said: ''I'm not so concerned about people seeing me as only one thing or another. I wear so many different hats, it doesn't really bother me. I have enough people in my life who really care about me sincerely and those are the people I put energy in to.''
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