Renee Zellweger revealed she snuck into the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to study international law during her break from acting.
star Bridget Jones says politics is one of her “favorites” and warns that she can “leave you to death” when it comes to the subject.
The Oscar-winning actress went on a six-year career hiatus in 2010 before returning to reprise her famous role in Bridget Jones’s Baby in 2016.
Speaking on NBC’s Today show, she said that she took a break from her successful acting career to “grow as a person” and “learn some things that aren’t work-related.”
“(I) went to school and just spent time hanging out, and decided to get involved in a different way,” she said.
“I snuck into UCLA and did some public policy in a short time… international law. I am interested in politics”.
When asked if her studies are a temporary goal or if she has an end goal in mind, she replied: “I am not sure.”
She added: “It’s one of my favorite things, I’ll bury you to death at a dinner party, I really would.
“Don’t let me start. Ask any of my friends”.
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In addition to starring in the Bridget Jones series, Zellweger is known for his roles in Jerry Maguire, Chicago, and Judy.
She won the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2020 for her performance in Judy and best supporting actress in 2004 for the film Cold Mountain.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/movies/renee-zellweger-reveals-she-snuck-into-ucla-to-study-law-during-acting-hiatus-41422133.html Renee Zellweger reveals she snuck into UCLA to study law during hiatus