Sandra Bullock's humble Hollywood
Sandra Bullock doesn't feel Hollywood is filled with people who have big egos, as she paid tribute to the crowd at the Screen Actor's Guild awards this weekend.
Sandra Bullock doesn't think Hollywood is filled with big egos.
The US actress picked up the Screen Actor's Guild (SAG) Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Leading Actor on Saturday (23.01.10) for 'The Blind Side' and spoke of the humility she has experienced in the movie business.
She told People magazine: "I've met the greatest people. You sit at tables and you look at fellow actors who you've known but you don't know, and everyone is so humble and great. There's not an ego anywhere to be found."
When asked to describe her phenomenal success, the 45-year-old actress could only say she found it "baffling".
Sandra, 45, plays tough foster mother Leigh Anne Tuohy in American football drama 'The Blind Side' - a departure from the romantic comedies she is best known for, such as 'The Proposal' and 'Miss Congeniality' - and said the response to the film has been "overwhelming."
She added: "I love doing what I love doing, but it's not a road that leads to this place. It's just been completely baffling and unexpected and overwhelming and sweet and fun."