Drew Barrymore rose to fame as a child star who has been very open about the emotional/physical problems that she faced. Drew Barrymore is one of the most known actresses in Hollywood, she has always has a full schedule of new movies to film.
After being married to Tom Green, Drew Barrymore can put up with pretty much anything, so it’s no wonder she was willing to endure Billy Eichner in the latest edition of “Billy On The Street” while plugging her new flick “Blended.”
Eichner began, “I’m standing in front of Central Park where hundreds of mentally ill people talk to squirrels every day while Claire Danes jogs past them. And this is a big day on ‘Billy On The Street’ because we have an amazing guest here. Please welcome the one and only Drew Barrymore!”
Adding another addition to their growing family, Drew Barrymore and Will Koppelman welcomed their second daughter on Tuesday (April 22).
The 39-year-old actress and her hubby announced the exciting news to People this afternoon. “Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman. Olive has a new little sister, and everyone is healthy and happy!”
She made her first appearance on the big screen in Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi adventure “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” when she was just six years old and has since taken over 60 roles, but now Drew Barrymore reveals her true thoughts on her acting talents.
During a recent interview with New York Times about the TCM show “The Essentials,” the 39-year-old actress opened up about her acting career over the years. “I don’t think I’m a good actor,” Miss Barrymore declared. “I feel like it’s fake and yucky and it doesn’t ring true.”