- Actress Anne Hathaway told Jimmy Fallon she no longer wants to be called Anne.
- She said her mother was the only one who called her Anne and only when she was angry.
- The actress said she should have called Annie or something else.
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Anne Hathaway said her first name “didn’t match” and that no one in her life really used it.
On Tuesday’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”, the late night host said he wasn’t sure what to call her.
“I’ve known you for a long time,”; he said. “I’ve heard people call you Annie, like your good friend. I call you Annie or Annie.”
“Princess Diaries” replied, “Call me Annie, everyone. Everyone calls me Annie – please!”
She said she started following Anne when she was 14, but didn’t know that others would call her. ‘All my life’
She said she was started professionally by Anne when she starred in commercials at the age of 14 and needed to get her Screen Actors Guild membership card.
But she doesn’t know when her career will begin, and people will always refer to her by her birth name, not the nickname she wants, Annie, she said.
“They asked me, ‘What do you want your name to be?’ And I thought it should be my name. My name is Anne Hathaway, ”she said,“ and it seemed to be the right choice. But it never happened to me that for the rest of my life people will call me Anne.
Hathaway said her mother was the only one who called her Anne and only when she was so angry.
Hathaway said Ann’s calling Ann reminds her of her mother, Kate McCawley, Hathaway who was angry with her.
“The only person who ever called me Anne was my mother and she only did that when she was really mad at me,” she added. “So every time I step out in public and someone calls my name, I think they. Is about to shout at me “
Fallon said being referred to by his full name, James Thomas, made him feel the same, and they laughed at how weird it would be if people called his birth name on the street.
She also encouraged Fallon and the audience to call her. “Anything but Anne”
“The people were so cute – they didn’t want to be considerate, so they figured out a solution on set because, in truth, no one was comfortable calling me Anne, it just wasn’t right,” she said. Hey, people call me Miss H. Others call me Hath, so feel free to call me anything but Anne. “
The actress also spoke of her two sons, Jonathan and Jack.
The actress also talks about spending time at home with her two sons, 4-year-old Jonathan and Jack 1 – with her husband Adam Shulman.
She told Fallon, “Our 4-year-old believed everything we told him, and that was so sweet and helpful.”
She said 1 was the “magic” era and that it was a gift to go home with her children during the outbreak.