London, Nov 20: She may be making millions of dollars now that she’s a A-List movie star, but for actress Renee Zellweger, her life had never been happier than when she was just a waitress.
The ‘Jerry Maguire’ star revealed that when she had first come to Hollywood, she had had to work for two years as a waitress before getting her big break.
However, that time was the happiest for the blonde leading lady, for her the only thing she had to worry about at the time, was the labels on the bottles.
"I did some work on a farm and in a bar - they were the happiest times in my life - I had no worries apart from serving tables," the Mirror quoted her, as saying.
"When I first went to Hollywood, I remember working for two years in a bar. I was happy when all I had to worry about was the labels on the bottles," she said.
Now however, Zellweger is constantly worried about the paparazzi who dodge her every step as they try to get an exclusive picture of her.
"Why am I not a 'look at me' girl? When I face walking on the red carpet before a premiere, I am terrified by the wall of photographers screaming my name. It is so violent,” she revealed.
Bureau Report with ANI inputs