Julia Roberts: “It’s simply by no means consumed me, being an actor”

Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts.

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Julia Roberts is without doubt one of the greatest stars on this planet, successful an Academy Award and lighting up purple carpets. Her profession and household are each vital, however not equally so, she tells anchor Jane Pauley in an interview for “CBS Sunday Morning,” to be broadcast October 9 on CBS and streamed on Paramount+.

“It simply by no means consumed me, being an actor,” Roberts advised Pauley. “It is my dream come true. But it’s not my solely dream come true.”

“What are the opposite goals?” Pauley requested.

“The life that I’ve constructed with my husband,” Roberts replied. “The life that we have constructed with our youngsters. And that is the perfect stuff. … The level is to come back dwelling on the finish of the day triumphantly to them.”

“Them” is husband Danny Moder, a cinematographer, and their three kids, Hazel, Phinnaeus and Henry.

In a wide-ranging interview (Roberts’ first main community profile in three a long time), the actor opens up about her profession; her household; and her new rom-com with George Clooney, “Ticket to Paradise.”

For an online unique clip click on on the video participant under: 

Julia Roberts on George Clooney: “I really like being his foil”


She additionally discusses her letters dwelling whereas on the “Ticket to Paradise” film set for 62 days in Australia.

“You in all probability may have despatched emails fairly rapidly,” Pauley stated.

“Yeah, however that is sort of boring – and they do not get the cool stamps,” Roberts stated. “It’s one thing that Danny and I’ve at all times carried out. I imply, I’ve the primary letter he ever wrote me. … And someday, I’ll present it to Hazel and say, ‘That’s what you are on the lookout for.'”

To watch a trailer for “Ticket to Paradise” click on on the video participant under: 

Ticket to Paradise | Official Trailer [HD] by
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