Hollywood star Anne Hathaway lately made a startling revelation about her name.
Throughout an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, the Les Miserables actor claimed that her title was not what the entire world had been using throughout the course of her career.
“Call me Annie, everybody. Everybody, call me Annie, please,” she stated as she began to share an anecdote about a mistake that changed everything for her.
“After I was 14-years-old, I did a commercial and I had to get my SAG card. They asked me what my title to be…and so [Anne] appeared like the fitting choice, but it by no means occurred to me that for the rest of my life, everyone would name me Anne,” she went on to say.
“The one person that calls me Anne is my mom and he or she solely does it when she’s actually mad at me…like actually mad. Every time I step out in public and somebody calls my title I believe they’re gonna yell at me,” she continued.
“The truth is no one’s snug calling me Anne, ever. It does not fit—I’m an Annie. People name me ‘Ms. H,’ people name me ‘Hath,’ so be at liberty to name me something but Anne,” she added.