Hollywood star Julianne Moore admits she has always felt unnoticed throughout her life and still feels it now despite her success.
The Single Man actress admits she has always felt overlooked in her life and despite now being a hugely successful star, there are times when she feels the same, Contactmusic reported.
"It started when I was a kid. I moved frequently because my dad was in the army so I was always new in school. I think if you've ever done that, you know what it means to not matter in a room," Moore said.
However, the mother-of-two, believes it's a good thing because it has taught her to become a more understanding person.
"I think it's a good experience for everyone to have, to feel like they're not noticed because it teaches you to be empathetic," she added.
Julianne, who has children Caleb, 12, and seven-year-old Liv with husband Bart Freundlich, recently revealed she puts her family first and will only accept roles that don't take her away from her home in Long Island, New York, for too long.
"My family life is incredibly important to me. I want to be with them as much as I can. I try to work in New York, or I work in the summer time when my family can come with me. The days of me doing a big film where I need to be away for months during the school year are over," Moore said.