Carice Van Houton and Anne Hathaway are two of the most well-known and successful women in Hollywood.
And yet they’ve both struggled with substance abuse issues.
In this exclusive interview, Van Houtson talks about her relationship with alcohol, working in TV, and her thoughts on the current state of TV.
Van Houtons thoughts on TV:Van Houtsons thoughts about TV:I have this feeling, I don’t know if it’s fear or something else, but I feel like if I were in a place where I could just get my life back, and not be the burden on people, I feel it’s going to be really good for my career.
And it would be so freeing to get away from it all and just be myself.
I think it’s good for you.
Van Wagenen on how her drinking and drug abuse affect her work:Well, for me, I know that, like a lot of people, alcohol is something that’s hard to control.
You can’t control how much you drink, or how often you drink.
You know, I’ve just been sober for a really long time, and it’s a real hard thing to control and to not be.
I mean, I think if you want to get sober, you have to stop drinking, and if you can’t, then you have a problem.
VanWagenen talks about the influence of alcohol on her career:I’ve never been a drug addict.
I never have been.
I’ve never smoked pot.
I don, you know, just think of it as a tool for self-expression.
And I don.
I just feel like I’m really lucky that I don`t.
I feel very lucky that no one ever tells me, ‘Oh, you’re a dope addict.’
But I have no shame in being dope addict, because I think that that’s something that, when I started drinking, that that was something that I was trying to do and it worked.
I had to find a way to control it.
VanHoutons views on alcohol:I mean, it’s like I always had this fear that I couldn’t control myself.
And my problem with alcohol was that I never really got to control my own behavior.
So it was always this sort of weird thing where, if you go and you have alcohol and you drink a lot, you just start doing things that are wrong.
So I had a lot more alcohol, and I started doing stuff that was wrong.
And I think I was a little bit of a victim of that, too.
I was drinking a lot.
I wasn’t really being sober.
I didn’t have any control over it, and there was a lot to be said for that.
But it wasn’t until I started getting sober, that I started trying to control that.
And then I started going, ‘Wait a minute, I really have to control this.’
And I found out, you see, that it wasn`t the drinking that was the problem.
It was just the way I was being treated and the way that I saw myself.
Van Damme movies:Van Dammes films:VanHoutson’s favorite film is the one starring Anne Hathaways character.
VanDamme on what she remembers most about the movie:I always liked the way it was.
I liked the fact that the two people were trying to save the world, that they were the two main characters.
I always thought that was kind of brilliant.
It had a really dark and funny message to it, which I thought was really cool.
I like how it had such a nice little story, you never felt like there was any big plot or anything.
I loved the fact it wasn, like, really about them trying to stop something bad happening.
It just was about two people trying to try to save something that they love, and that was really fun.
Van Hoets films:I like that there was something about the two women that was very vulnerable and vulnerable and really brave.
There were so many things that I felt like, like it was such a great idea to have two people who were so courageous and brave and trying to survive.
I always think it`s funny how we all make so much of ourselves, and how we have this idea of who we are.
And that`s kind of how I feel about it.
I can understand it.
But I also feel like it`ll be really hard to have the other person really understand what you`re trying to achieve.
VanHoets talks about working in television:I really love television.
I really like working in it, so I don´t mind doing shows.
But for me the most important thing is that I get to work with real people, and people who actually have a passion for what they do.
And when you see somebody like Anne Hathiers