Uma Thurman - Uma Thurman Driven Crazy By Fame
Uma Thurman is ''grateful'' for her acting career but says fame has made her crazy.
Uma Thurman says fame has made her ''crazy''.
The 41-year-old star - who is believed to be expecting her third child - is ''very grateful'' for her acting career and she has been ''re-grounded'' by recognising that her celebrity status has made her life different to the norm.
When asked if she's ever wanted to regain her pre-fame anonymity, she replied: ''Of course. But, for me, because I started so young, I have never had an adult life where I've know any different. I saw from early on that [fame] could make people crazy.
''It's probably made me crazy, but I've been re-grounded by recognising that. I'm very grateful for my career; I know what a blessing it is.''
The 'Pulp Fiction' actress is grateful for advice given to her by Norma Heyman - who produced one of Uma's first films in 1988, 'Dangerous Liaisons', which saw her star opposite John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer - when she let her know she would be ''spoiled'' throughout her career.
She added: ''I remember Norma Heyman saying to me, 'You have no idea how spoiled you will be from this experience'.''