Jodie Foster, who grew up in the public eye as one of Hollywood’s most talented child stars, is telling “Extra” that she hopes her two children will never be actors.
“There’s none of that,” Jodie insisted when asked whether or not her two young sons have caught the acting bug. “Thank God, there’s none of that.”
Jodie started her career at age two and had two Academy Awards before she was 30 years old.
A graduate of Yale, she never succumbed to the same pressures other young stars face.
Now starring in “The Brave One,” in which she plays a woman out for revenge, Jodie said those who choose the Hollywood lifestyle should know themselves well enough to deal with the pressure.
“I came out okay, but I don't think it's for everybody,” she said. “I think you have to know their personalities.”