Nearly two weeks has passed since Patricia Arquette won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in the family drama 'Boyhood,' but her new accolade, along with the pressures of Hollywood, will not evoke a mental or physical change in the 46-year-old actress.

Patricia Arquette
Arquette with her Best Supporting Actress Oscar

In fact, Arquette has known what kind of person she is from an early age, which is one reason why she did not straighten her teeth as a child. The talented actress recently told People, she chose not to do so because "it didn't feel like it would fit who I was inside."

While speaking with the magazine, Arquette recalls being in the ninth grade when a male student voted her "best looking" in their class and suggested she should fix her teeth so she could pose for 'Playboy' someday.

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"I said, 'Why would I want to be in Playboy?'" she told the mag about the boy's sexiest remark. "I just didn't want to look perfect. I didn't want to have to change myself to be attractive. I didn't think that was my responsibility."

David Arquette's sister also said that although it was "powerful" starring in 'Boyhood' as the film was shot over a twelve year period, she doesn't want to constantly be asked about it showing how she aged in front of the camera.

"I've had so many of these conversations in my life...what I look like on film, what I don't look like on film," she said. "What are we supposed to look like? Men are not having these conversations."

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"It's like we're trapped in wet wool or something," she continued. "I just want to be free of it so we can move to the next level as equals. Not that I don't love being a woman, not that I don't love the differences between men and women. I just mean, as an actor-why is this a conversation? Why is aging a conversation? It's a one-sided conversation because it's only ever had by women."