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Portman Puts Her Thoughts Down On Print

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Portman Puts Her Thoughts Down On Print

Published on October 25, 2007 with No Comments

Natalie Portman has turned essayist to pen an article for US magazine Parade about how she has managed to stay sane in Hollywood.

The actress reveals moving around as a kid helped her come to terms with early success.

“I got really good at figuring out a situation and diving in. I was the cool new kid; I never doubted myself. Actually, I was probably kind of arrogant,” she reveals.

But Portman admits she didn’t handle her first brush with fame, in Leon – aka The Professional – particularly well.

She¬†adds: “I might not have been that sensitive when I told people about it, and it came off as bragging. I was going to a small private school, and the other kids completely turned against me. No one would talk to me. I was so miserable that I had to change schools. It made me think about how what I say affects other people, and I corrected my bravado.”

The Star Wars actress’ piece will run in this weekend’s supplement.

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