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Julia Roberts aimed to be a vet

Roberts aimed to be vet,but gave up after finding science to be too tough.

Written by Agencies | London |
July 15, 2010 1:41:56 pm

Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts aimed to be a vet before embarking upon a career in Hollywood.

The 42-year-old actress wanted to fulfill her dream by helping animals and becoming a vet but was unable to make it as she belongs to a business class family,Contactmusic reported.

“I wanted to be a vet. I love animals,but then I discovered how hard science can be. My parents and siblings are all actors,so I grew up around it,” Roberts said.

However,the ‘Eat,Pray,Love’ star has no regrets that she could not fulfill her dreams and started acting instead. “It’s a great way to observe human behaviour and how people react to things. It’s like grown-up pretend. My daughter does it all day,I just get paid for it,” Roberts added.

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The actress is also involved with environmental issues which is her greatest concern besides her kids. “My husband and I spend most of the year away from Hollywood in California,where we support Heal The Bay,a non-profit organisation dedicated to keeping Southern California’s coastal waters clean,” Roberts said.

“I also drive a biodiesel car and we compost everything. It’s a big commitment with three kids,but there’s so much valuable waste,you sort of have to,” she said.

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