Bryce Dallas Howard knows a thing or two about what it takes to make it in Hollywood, and it has nothing to do with being related to the director of A Beautiful Mind.
The Jurassic World star, widely known as one of Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard’s daughters and not Oscar-winning actress Jessica Chastain, took to Instagram this past week, to share an epiphany she once had about the entertainment industry when her former classmates—no, not her—graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2003.
“A message to aspiring artists & fellow dreamers,” the post’s lengthy caption begins. “When I graduated high school in the spring of ’99, I was thoroughly optimistic about starting my career. By the time, my classmates graduated college, 20 years ago this May, I felt completely different. There was a stark reality that I had simply not been prepared for: what it *actually* takes to ‘make it’ in the entertainment industry.”
Source: The Daily Beast
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