Lena Dunham, 27, admits she doesn't have a passion for acting any more and would rather watch someone else perform.
Lena Dunham doesn't want to act any more.
The 'Girls' star, who also created the US TV show, admits she doesn't love performing as much as she does standing behind the camera and watching other people take to the set.
She said: ''I don't know if I'm going to want to act any more. I'm always relieved on the days I don't have to. I'd rather give parts to other women than be the woman having the parts.''
Meanwhile, the 27-year-old actress - who plays unlucky in love aspiring writer Hannah Horvath in the HBO comedy - admits her relationship with boyfriend Jack Antonoff, who she started dating shortly after 'Girls' became popular, works really well because he accepted her ''baggage''.
She explained in the April edition of Glamour magazine: ''The dialogue around the show already existed, so it was sort of clear to him what the baggage of dating me was going to be.
''And I remember talking with him on our first date and him being like, 'God, all the articles about your nudity on the show are such b******t.' It's funny, because in some ways that's the conversation we still have when I'm upset [about the stuff I read].''
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