Charlize Theron claims she is naturally plain. The Oscar-winning actress, who plays a small-town cop and single mother in new film ‘In the Valley of Elah’, insists her character’s appearance is how she really looks behind all the Hollywood glamor.
Charlize, 32, said: “If you don’t consider my character beautiful, I’m sorry, but that’s really me.”
“That’s my natural hair color. That’s me with very little make-up. There’s no prosthetics. That’s what I look like.”
The blonde star – who always appears on the red carpet looking radiant – insists all the good lead roles for women are ugly.
Charlize – who had to gain weight and dramatically alter her appearance to play serial killer Aileen Wuornos in ‘Monster’ – said: “It’s not like I’ve been offered any great glamorous roles that had great conflict and great story-telling. But I’m not going to be picky because those are hard to come by. If I sit around waiting for a good, glamorous story to come around, I’m probably never going to work.”