Goldie Hawn has switched talent agencies, leading some to speculate that the actress — who hasn’t made a movie in 12 years — may be thinking about returning to acting.
Hawn, 68, is the much-beloved actress from “Private Benjamin,” “Overboard” and “The Banger Sisters.” In 2002, she announced that she would take some time off from movies, focusing instead on her nonprofit organization, Hawn Foundation, which works for children and education.
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According to E! Online, Hawn switched from WME to CAA
, a move between two of the top talent agencies in the business.
In December 2012, Hawn told Prevention magazine that she’d been considering movies
“I just had such a need to concentrate on this one thing, on this foundation and on helping kids become better able to focus and organize their brains, to help them toward happiness,” she said. “But now, well, recently I've been thinking about movies again. A lot. I'm beginning to miss that work.”
Hawn is known for her optimistic nature and the fact that she doesn’t seem to age at the same rate as everyone else. When Prevention asked her about aging, she pointed to her strong belief in mindfulness and meditation.
“What helps with aging is serious cognition — thinking and understanding. You have to truly grasp that everybody ages. Everybody dies,” the actress said. “There is no turning back the clock. So the question in life becomes: What are you going to do while you're here?”
Hawn told the health magazine that she’s not an exercise and diet fanatic, but does work out four days a week and tries to eat “healthily.”
“I’m not a vegetarian,” she told Prevention. “I like to cook, and I tend to make those one-pot meat dishes of my Hungarian ancestors. Also, I make a great Bolognese. But you know what else is important? Just knowing how to play. Kurt (Russell) and I get a lot of playtime in the home we built in Palm Desert.”
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