Popular dancer Goldie Hawn speaks about depression

Goldie Hawn has been in the spotlight for her entire life. Firstly she started her career as a dancer and then went for acting as well. She got most of the fame from “Good Morning” in 1960. She got many awards and fame for her terrible performance and still helps others in the form of charities.


But the life of a star is not always how it looks. Goldie has spoken about her depression which broke her into pieces.
The academy award-winning actress joined the Hollywood industry at the age of 3 .

And now at the age of 75 when she looks back at her past memories, she is surprised and amazed by her best performances in the movie and the love of her life Kurt Russell.

In Goldie’s point of view, an actor is not what he seems on screen, happy, perfect, and smiling. The reality is equally changed from the screen and actors have also bad days. They have pressure on their shoulders to perform their best and provide entertainment to the audience.

Mental health has become the biggest issue in the Hollywood industry. Goldie Hawn talked about the subject openly. But in reality, she struggled a lot with depression and didn’t go out for gathering events or in public.

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Goldie Hawn was born on 24 November 1945 In Washington DC. Her mother was a teacher in the dancing academy and that’s how Goldie also started taking lessons in dance. Goldie performed in the Ballett Russe de Monte Carlo production of The Nutcracker at the age of 10.

Goldie Hawn said in the talk show When I was young, I became depressed. I was 21 and I was rising to success. know it sounds terrible, but it’s a very, very difficult thing, I didn’t necessarily want that.”

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