"I would try to steer my daughters away from acting," Damon tells THR, "Women are in a different business than we are. It is just brutal for women. For us, the roles get really good at 40 and beyond. And that’s really when you start doing your best work."
THR asks whether the actors worried about their career and Damon reponds with "Always. I mean, every single one of us started out getting rejected repeatedly, and I don’t think that ever leaves you. I took a lot of jobs earlier on; had I taken my foot off the gas a little bit, I could have been better. I just didn’t want to stop working, partly out of that classic actor insecurity."
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