Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Andrew Garfield: I just want to act

Andrew Garfield says he's not interested in being a movie star

Andrew Garfield has admitted he doesn't have "any interest in being a movie star".

The British actor's star is set to rise when his new movie The Amazing Spider-Man opens next month, but Andrew insisted it's the acting that appeals to him, not the fame, reports Just Jared.

He told Nylon Guys' magazine: "The exposure that's going to come with [Spider-Man] doesn't make me happy, and I've discovered that I do just want to be an actor - I don't have any interest in being a movie star.

"I'm finding out where that distinction is."

Andrew, who made his Broadway debut in the revival of Death Of A Salesman earlier this year, also revealed he is naturally very "introspective".

The 28-year-old added: "I'm working on it because sometimes it can tip over into too much, and it becomes debilitating. I've got a lot to think about right now because of my life changing because of the play, and this movie."

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