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Published on Jan 29, 2012
It can't be easy, being the younger sister to Mary-Kate and Ashley. That's why Elizabeth Olsen waited 22 years to make her leading lady debut. Interview by Paul Byrne for http://www.movies.ie
A childhood spent watching your siblings become a multi-billion-dollar brand has got to make you think twice about stepping into the limelight.
What if you too tried to be an all-singing, all-dancing cute kid, and you fell flat on your face? Or worse, what if you tried to be an all-singing, all-dancing cute kid, and you fell straight into fame and fortune? Suddenly, you'd have to spend your every waking hour in front of bright lights -- either on a film set or in front of the paparazzi?
For Elizabeth Olsen, seeing twin older sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley become child stars -- the duo having made their debut at the ripe old age of 1, on the TV series Full House -- and then accumulating the kind of fame and wealth that made them a somewhat permanent fixture in the tabloids and on the Forbes celebrity rich list, well... it must have been a little mind-blowing.
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