Juliette Lewis, the actress who lived after fear. – LOFF. IT

He was born in Los Angeles, California, on June 21, 1973.

Juliette Lewis retains, at the age of 44, which she turns today, that alo of rebellious girl that identifies her since she began her career at just 12 years old -she was already acting since she was 7-. And it is that this actress, who wants to be since she was no more than a few feet off the ground, she lived a complicated and illegal adolescence, entangled with drugs and alcohol and earning a criminal record for drunk driving.

After overcoming all the crises in the world and more, so many that to this day she still recognizes that her greatest merit lies not in any of her successes but in having moved on at times when all she wanted was to die, Juliette Lewis played her versatility virtue and she became an actress capable of giving life to any character and in any record; she feels comfortable in her role in the world, she recognizes that her versatility has been her and she is her great ally because she is one of the few actresses that she can play pretty… and the antonym of she.

Daughter of an actor -the well-known Geoffry Lewis- and a graphic designer, Juliette grew up with her eight siblings and was only two years old when her parents divorced; For her, her family and her friends are the essence of her life and she has always been remarkably discreet when it comes to her personal life; popularity bothers her, also the crowds, we know that she had more than words with Brad Pitt and it is said that also with Leonardo Di Caprio but, in a maximum display of discretion, of this last romance there has been no graphic record.

Her career began with small roles on television and it was her participation in The Cape of Fear that marked her launch to stardom, she was nominated for a Golden Globe and also for an Oscar Award as a supporting actress for this role. From then on her career was nothing more than the consecration of her talent and her works a constant surprise because with Juliette Lewis you never know what you are going to find, she has played the most diverse characters, she has moved between comedy and drama going through all possible genres and always displaying enormous interpretive solvency. Directors as diverse as Oliver Stone, Woody Allen or Robert Rodríguez have yielded to her talent.

His role in Cape Fear is unforgettable, but also in Who’s Eating Gilbert Grape, in Natural Born Killers and in Husbands and Wives.

His Quotations and Famous Phrases

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    “School never prepares you for the reality of life.”

    All that schooling never prepares you for the reality of life.

  • Because I don't look perfect, I get better roles.

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    “Because I don’t look perfect, I get better parts.”

    Because I’m not perfect looking, I get to play better roles.

  • I don't want to be famous as a movie star and have the whole world love me, I want to be a creative actress.

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    “I don’t want to be famous as a movie star and have the whole world love me, I want to be a creative actress.”

    I don’t want to be famous as a movie star and have the whole world love me, I want to be a creative actress.

  • I hate dating. They become a heavy listening process. And I never have a normal date.

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    “I hate dating. They become a heavy listening process. And I never have a normal date.”

    I hate dates. It becomes a weird auditioning process. And I’ve never had normal dating.

  • I've always been the opposite of the mainstream. I walk at my own pace. It's the only way I know.

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    “I have always been the opposite of the mainstream. I walk at my own pace. It’s the only way I know.”

    I’ve always been the opposite of the mainstream. I march to my own beat. It’s the only way I know.

  • I carry my heart in my hand. I don't have a poker face.

    6 / 9

    “I have my heart in my hand. I don’t have a poker face.”

    I wear my heart on my sleeve. I have no poker face.

  • I don't care about labels or anything.

    7 / 9

    “I don’t care about labels or anything.”

    I don’t care about labels or anything.

  • I am very serious about art because it is the only thing that helps people stay alive and it is the only thing that has allowed people to create fun in this insane and suppressive universe.

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    “I am very serious about art because it is the only thing that helps people stay alive and it is the only thing that has allowed people to create fun in this insane and suppressive universe.”

    Why I talk so seriously about art is that art is the only thing that helps people stay alive, and it is the only thing that has allowed people to create joy in this insane, suppressive universe.

  • The bravest thing I've ever done is carry on with my life when I wanted to die.

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    “The bravest thing I’ve ever done is carry on with my life when I wanted to die.”

    The bravest thing I ever did was continuing my life when I wanted to die.

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Juliette Lewis, the actress who lived after fear. – LOFF. IT


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