Welsh movie star Catherine Zeta-Jones
insists acting is merely a hobby for her - and would be able to cope if she never appeared on the big screen again. The Legend of Zorro
actress, 37, who reportedly earned $8 million in 2002 for her role as Velma Kelly
, is aware her career may falter when she turns 40.
She says, "Everything I do with my acting is a bonus. It's like a hobby. I'm not one of those people who are so self-centered that they just have to do it. I do the best I can with my work and when I hit 40, maybe things won't change. If (my career) falters, that's fine by me. I just think it's good I'm aware of the possibility of that."
The actress, who lives in Bermuda with her husband of six years Michael Douglas
, divides her time between the family home, holidays and her charity work. She adds, "I'm very philanthropic and I like investing. I love that part of my life."
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