Michelle Pfeiffer regrets turning down roles
London: Actress Michelle Pfeiffer regrets turning down roles in iconic films such as `Silence Of The Lambs` and `Pretty Woman`.
The 55-year-old actress had been offered the chance to play Clarence Starling in the Oscar-winning horror `Silence Of The Lambs`, which stars Anthony Hopkins as a cannibalistic serial killer, but she snubbed the role and it was later given to Jodie Frost, reported Contactmusic.
Looking back, Pfeiffer thinks it was a shame that she hasn`t had another opportunity to work with the film`s director, as she explained, "I haven`t been able to work with Jonathan Demme since `Married to The Mob`."
The actress also turned down roles in `Basic Instinct` starring Uma Thurman, and `Pretty Woman` which earned Julia Roberts a nomination as Best Actress at the Oscars for her performance as a prostitute in the romantic comedy.
"I don`t have an innate commercial nous. I`m always wrong," she said.