Hollywood actress Amy Adams has revealed how she often finds herself forgetting that she is a famous star. Amy claims that she can be walking down the street and wonder why people are looking at her as if they know who she is.
Adams told The Guardian, “I still think I'm like the poor girl from Colorado who worked three jobs to buy a car. That's still my mentality, so I'll be walking down the street, and I forget what I do and who I am. Someone will come up to me and say hi, and I'm thinking, I must know you, and I realise that, no, I don't know them and they don't know me. At all.”
Amy Adams spent her younger years travelling around the world with her family, as her father Richard Kent was in the US Military. Amy claims that it was this upbringing that has made her the person that she is today and makes it easy for her to go from movie to movie.
She added, “It definitely makes you a little bit more transient, which can turn out to be a good quality in life, and in fact has helped me in what I do ... What it really does is teach you how to adapt and change and fit into a new group or school, and that really is a lot like turning up to a new movie project and finding your place.”
Next year, Amy Adams will appear on the big screen in the iconic role of Lois Lane in the Zack Snyder Superman movie Man of Steel. Amy will star alongside Henry Cavill, Russell Crowe and Michael Shannon in Man of Steel, which is released on June 14, 2013.