Benedict Cumberbatch and 12 other stars whose beauty does not fit into the framework of standards
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It is generally believed that in order to become an actor, model or TV presenter, it is necessary to have an ideal appearance that meets the standards of beauty. Nevertheless, these famous actors and actresses proved to everyone that you can not be very beautiful and have a completely non-standard appearance and at the same time get fame and recognition. Perhaps it's not just about appearance, but also about a huge talent. These stars are an example of what not to worry about if you are far from Brad Pitt and not even Angelina Jolie.
Javier Bardem believes that he looks like a bulldog, but this did not prevent him from an acting career in any way. There was a time when he was worried about his appearance, but then he decided that his forte was charm and charm, which perfectly hide flaws.
He is confused that he is perceived as a brutal macho, although in reality he is quite shy.
The actress claims that she is not afraid to experiment with her appearance and look different from everyone else. Swank jokingly says that in her career, success is brought by roles where she does not look like a woman at all. In an interview, the actress admitted:
The star hour for Chloe Sevigny was the role in the movie "Kids", and since then the actress has been insanely popular. She is taken on the roles of drug addicts, maniacs and hooligans, girls "with a cloudy look". In an interview with W magazine, when asked what the secret of her beauty is, the actress replied that it is childlessness.
A girl with a non-standard, but attractive appearance and a remarkable acting talent, Eva Green once said in an interview:
Oh, everyone should be such ugly ducklings!
Sarah Jessica Parker
The highest-paid performer of the role of James Bond, when asked by Glamour magazine whether he considers himself the standard of masculinity and sexuality, answered:
The French actor, who often plays the roles of villains because of his characteristic appearance, admitted in an interview with Esquire that he likes to play negative roles.
Once upon a time, the reference queen of the elves was teased for her big mouth by a frog,and for her height — by a tower.