Kirsten Dunst has no worries when it comes to money. Dunst became popular with roles such as Small Soldiers and Bring It On and she never does when it comes to making money. She has done much more than this, and although she used to get help from her mother with what roles to take, she now says she can make those decisions on her own for which ones are more suited for her. She said:
”I’m too old to be swayed in any way now.
”She sees that I do these indie films and she’s like, ‘I don’t understand why these people [reality TV stars] make so much money and you don’t’. I’m like, ‘Mum, I’m an artist, I want a career path that will last. Relax. We’re OK.”
The actress, who is now thirty one years old, got her first break on a TV advert at the age of three says when she was teen she didn’t’t make her career as big as it was as she didn’t wanted to be singled out by bullies. She explained to Harper’s Bazaar:
”I actually underplayed myself [at school] because I didn’t want to be a target. The fact that I was an actress made me nervous. I never wanted to be called names or anything. I was afraid of that.”