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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Winona Ryder 'content with career'

Winona Ryder

Winona Ryder doesn’t get stressed about her acting career as it isn’t the “only thing” in her life.

The 39-year-old movie star has appeared in a host of top movies throughout her long Hollywood career, including classics such as Beetle Juice, Little Women and the cult movie Heathers. Winona recently returned to screens in Black Swan - the thriller starring Natalie Portman as a tormented ballerina - and although she holds her career in high esteem, she feels there are more important things in life.



“I still love making movies. God willing, the industry will produce good scripts. I am very humble that I’ve worked on these last couple of films. I just hope it continues but if it doesn’t, there are lots of other things I am interested in,” she explained. “I don’t feel like it’s the only thing in my life that I have.”



One of Winona’s biggest passions is writing, although she doesn’t want to publish her work. The actress has an old-fashioned approach to the art of letters, and has no plans to succumb to modern technology.



“I do, but just for myself,” she replied when the British edition of OK! magazine asked if she wrote. “I don’t have a computer so I don’t go on the internet...”



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