London: Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of actors Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, says she was in no mood to follow the footsteps of her parents, until she started working.
Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis. Pic/AFP
The 17-year-old "Dancer" actress said she never thought of becoming an actress, reported Femalefirst.
"I mean, I never really thought I wanted to be an actress until I actually started working. So when that opportunity presented itself I was just like... I realized that's what really makes me happy and that's what makes me feel comfortable and everything.
"I just love losing myself in a character, I think it's the most liberating job in the world," Lily-Rose said.
The actress said her parents are very supportive of her career choice.
"I'm very independent and my parents support me in whatever I do...I don't think they would really be in the right position to warn me against the industry," she said.
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