Actress Naomi Watts
is sharing new details of her life.
The actress recently opened up to The Guardian about her nomadic childhood, finding friends with fellow Aussie Nicole Kidman
and her struggles in Hollywood.
Watts' father was a sound engineer for Pink Floyd
and her mom was a model, traveling the world with the band. Having hip parents might sound like a dream for most kids, but for Watts, she craved normalcy.
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“I’d had enough of cool," she tells the paper. "I didn’t want cool. I wanted my parents to wear three-piece suits and tweed, not leather pants and four-inch platform boots."
Her parents divorced in 1972, and then, in 1976, her father died of an apparent heroin overdose when Watts was just seven years old, according to her mother. Watts also told