Cameron diaz and jared leto dating
Leto began acting professionally in 1992 and has been the frontman of the band Thirty Seconds to Mars since 1998.
He has also directed a number of the band's music videos.3.
However, those rumors were quickly snuffed after the couple officially split in March 2003 for apparently wanting to focus on their separate careers.
1999 - 2003Things got pretty serious for Jared and Cameron, who rang in the millennium together.
By the end of the shoot be struggled to even walk onto the set and was forced to use a wheelchair.
At the opposite end of the scale, he fasted for up to ten days at a time to appear skeletal for . It changes the way you walk, the way you sit, the way you think."6.
He was forced to turn down an offer of a film role from none other than Clint Eastwood.
The director wanted Leto to take a part in his 2006 movie , but Jared had to decline because he already had touring and recording commitments with Thirty Seconds to Mars.
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Her films since then have included My Best Friend's Wedding, There's Something about Mary and Shrek: the latest, The Sweetest Thing, is a comedy. Do you think romantic comedies set an unrealistic standard for relationships? First of all, I believe you should not make fun of anybody but yourself. I wouldn't ever want to laugh at somebody if they weren't willing to laugh at themselves.
Yes, I think a lot of romantic comedies are like modern-day fairy tales. If you kiss the right toad, he will turn into a prince – that kind of thing. So since I'm willing to laugh at myself, I'll pretty much do anything for a laugh. Since you were the voice of Princess Fiona in Shrek, has your popularity among children increased? Children everywhere come up and say: "You're Fiona!
Jared Leto was born on December 26, 1971 in Bossier City, Louisiana.
His creativity was developed at an early age as he says he grew up in "an environment of actors, musicians, photographers, artists and different theatrical persons", who were "proclaiming a freedom of creation and self-expression".2.