Charlize Theron Was Thrown Out Of U.S
Actress Charlize Theron has revealed that while she was struggling and was fighting for roles in Hollywood she was thrown out of United States as her work visa had got expired.
The ‘Mighty Joe Young’ actress said the time her visa got expired she landed a role in the movie, 'The Devil's Advocate’ opposite Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves but she was caught up by immigration officers.
"I had to hold out for two years after playing the femme fatale in Two Days In the Valley because people wanted me to play that role. I think there was a conscious effort on my part to hold back and I didn't work for two years and I waited and really fought for roles in The Devil's Advocate and The Yards, Cider House Rules."
The 34-year-old actress revealed that how she had struggled to make it big in Hollywood.
"I went out on auditions and flew myself out (for movies) and almost went to prison and didn't wash my hair to break this idea of what people thought of me. I was deported when I was making Devil's Advocate, but that will be for my book one day," Theron added.