Are there people who have not dreamed of becoming an actor or a celebrity
I think the majority of people have, at some point in their life, really wanted to become an actor or a celebrity. I mean look at all the attention they get and the money they get from doing so little. Is there anyone out there who have never wanted to become a celebrity or an actor? What did you want to be instead?
Yes. Those whose main goal in life is to be left alone and not have to interact with the general public.
What R2 said.
I want the money but not the fame.
Never wanted to be a actor ir celebrity but have imagined what life would be like if I had been born into a vast fortune.
Me. I'd like to be filthy rich and never have to work again, but I'd HATE being famous.
I mean, I hate being the center of attention, even at my own birthday parties.
There is far more money to be made in business than "acting".
Even in show business, the real money is in producing.
The femmy fags all want to be a "star", but can't even act straight long enough to get through an audition.
It's a form of mental illness.
I never wanted to be an actor, but when I was a teenager I wanted to be a director.
I don't want to be famous, but I've always thought it would be cool to be a cartoon voice, or maybe the guy at Disneyland (Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, Disneyland is proud to present the Main Street Electrical Parade!)
I never have. I don't have a need to be center of attention.
Too many hastles with being a celebrity.
I've never dreamed of being an actor or a celebrity.
Along the lines of what others have said, I can appreciate the desire to be rich, but have next to no understanding of why someone would want to be a celebrity. I'm not a misanthrope or even especially private, though do prefer that my interactions with strangers begin on a more or less even footing, not of presumed familiarity.
I've never wanted fame, or to be an actor or a celebrity.
The loss of privacy would be more than I could bear.
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