Kristen Stewart used to be mistaken for a boy when she was a young girl.
The actress interviewed with Marie Claire magazine and confessed that people used to think she was a male.
“I know there’s nothing more annoying than actors or people considered seductive saying bulls**t like, ‘I was so ugly,'” Stewart says. “But let me tell you, I looked like my brother until I was 14 years old.”
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Stewart says the experience made her feel “really weird, totally gangly, [and] clumsy.”
When Kristen Stewart started her first project at 10-years-old, an audio engineer accidentally “pressed hard” while fitting her with a microphone, then asked, “Hey, you’re a tough kid, you alright son?” Stewart explains. “It was like that absolutely all the time.”
Kristen goes on to discuss her life as a celebrity, saying that one of upsides of fame is it “creates ultra-strong bonds with people” and having “incredible encounters” while working on films. The actress doesn’t like to “waste time talking about it,” adding that “nobody wants to hear you complain about a job many people dream of doing.”
The actress also opens about the vast income difference between actors and actresses in Hollywood, the challenges of being a woman in the film industry, and her new Woody Allen movie, “Cafe Society.”