Owen never wanted stardomAugust 13th, 2012 - 8:45 pm ICT by IANS
Los Angeles, Aug 13 (IANS) Actor Clive Owen says stardom and fame was never his aim as he was more keen on doing theatre.
“I never wanted to be a movie star. And I didn’t become an actor to become famous. I genuinely didn’t. It was always theatre for me,” dailymail.co.uk quoted Owen as saying.
The 47-year-old found success with the ITV series “Chancer” in 1990. He then went on to do movies like “Close My Eyes”, “Closer” and “Croupier”.
- Gibb refused cancer scans: wife - Aug 19, 2012
- Jackman's son wishes dad wasn't famous - Jun 16, 2012
- Rahul Roy not keen to do special role in 'Ashiqui 2' - Aug 16, 2012
- Arterton is upset with Hollywood - Sep 16, 2010
- Paloma Faith doesn't believe in marriage - Jul 06, 2012
- I'm too old for Mr.Bean now: Rowan Atkinson - Sep 07, 2011
- Rhys Ifans accused of assault - Feb 14, 2012
- Murphy wants roles in smaller films - Jul 25, 2012
- Singing my ultimate dream: Veena Malik - Jul 01, 2012
- Something 'un-French' about this Frenchman - Oct 20, 2011
- Justin Bieber will be forgotten: Vanilla Ice - Jul 25, 2011
- I can play any role, even a man: Shefali Shah - Jun 13, 2011
- Bipasha thanks Bobby, Akshay for career - Dec 26, 2011
- Emraan, Vidya to romance in Mumbai monsoon for 'Ghanchakkar' - Jun 19, 2012
- 'Sperm donation common, people keep mum' - Mar 25, 2012