Michelle Pfeiffer regrets turning down roles
Michelle Pfeiffer regrets turning down roles after she snubbed offers for iconic films such as 'Silence Of The Lambs' and 'Pretty Woman'.
Michelle Pfeiffer regrets turning down a roles in a number of hit films.
The 55-year-old actress had been offered the chance to play Clarence Starling in the Oscar-winning horror 'Silence Of The Lambs' - which stars Anthony Hopkins as a cannibalistic serial killer- but she snubbed the role and it was later given to Jodie Frost.
Looking back, Michelle thinks it was a shame that she hasn't had another opportunity to work with the film's director, as she explained: "I haven't been able to work with Jonathan Demme since Married to The Mob."
The actress also turned down a number of roles in successful films such as 'Basic Instinct' starring Uma Thurman, and 'Pretty Woman' which earned Julia Roberts a nomination as Best Actress at the Oscars for her performance as a prostitute in the romantic comedy.
Looking back, Michelle admits she didn't make the best career decisions as she continued: "I don't have an innate commercial nous. I'm always wrong."
Meanwhile the actress stars alongside Robert DeNiro in 'The Family', a crime comedy film surrounding the The Manzoni family, a notorious mafia clan, who are relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program.
The film will premiere in the UK on November 22.