Jessica Chastain admits she ‘grew up with a lot of anger’ during her poor childhood

Jessica Chastain has admitted that she ‘grew up with a lot of anger’ because of her family’s poverty, which saw her single mother struggle to feed her five children.

The actress, 44, who has since married an Italian noble family through her husband Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, revealed that she believes others expect her to come from a different background.

She told The Sunday Times: ‘I’m not talking so much about it, but it was really, uh, it was not what you would expect. When people see me, I think they expect a different background than I have.

Tragic: Jessica Chastain has admitted she 'grew up with a lot of anger' because of her family's poverty, which saw her single mother struggle to feed her five children

Tragic: Jessica Chastain has admitted she ‘grew up with a lot of anger’ because of her family’s poverty, which saw her single mother struggle to feed her five children

‘So because I come from that place, I know what it’s like. And it makes me angry. And I do not [want] every other must be denied something. In the form of a voice, to be seen, to be recognized and valued. ‘

The Golden Globe winner, who graduated from the private Juilliard School of Performing Arts in New York, worked there in return for her education, which her family could never afford, she claimed.

She said: ‘There were people who saw me struggling as a child and they helped me. And that’s why I ended up where I am now. ‘

Throwback: Sacramento native went on to reveal that she is the first person in her family 'not to be pregnant when she was 17', claiming that it 'gave her a choice' that they did not have before her

Throwback: Sacramento native went on to reveal that she is the first person in her family ‘not to be pregnant when she was 17’, claiming that it ‘gave her a choice’ that they did not have before her

The Sacramento native went on to reveal that she is the first person in her family ‘not to be pregnant when she was 17’, claiming it ‘gave her a choice’ that they did not have before her.

The mother of two, who adopted her first child of 41 years, also questioned why there are no set footage where people can take their little ones with them – adding that she admired Chris Hemsworth for missing her children while she filmed The Huntsman.

She said: ‘Right now, as a society, I do not think we value fathers as much as we should. I think we need to understand that – and it’s hard as a woman to say this – the fatherhood is just as important as the motherhood. ‘

Loved: The actress, 44, who has since married an Italian noble family through her husband Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, revealed that she believes others expect her to come from a different background (pictured in 2019)

Loved: The actress, 44, who has since married an Italian noble family through her husband Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, revealed that she believes others expect her to come from a different background (pictured in 2019)

It comes after Jessica revealed that she was the victim of a terrible accident on the set of her new film The 355.

The actress spoke to James Corden on The Late Late Show, and she remembered how she hit her head on a marble floor after insisting on doing one of the stunts in the spy-action movie herself.

When she appeared on the chat show with her co-star Penelope Cruz, she said the cast and crew had to persuade her to go to the hospital after she ‘heard a crack.’

During the filming of a fight scene, Jessica said she had to fall and hit her head on purpose, but had misjudged the distance to the marble floor.

Annoyed: She said, 'So because I come from that place, I know what it's like.  And it makes me angry.  And I do not [want] every other must be denied something.  In the form of a voice, to be seen, to be recognized and valued '

Annoyed: She said, ‘So because I come from that place, I know what it’s like. And it makes me angry. And I do not [want] every other must be denied something. In the form of a voice, to be seen, to be recognized and valued ‘

She remembered frighteningly: ‘I heard a crack. Yes, that may be why I am who I am today. I heard a crack. Everyone stopped and looked scared, and I was a little stunned like “I do not know what’s going on.”

A miscommunication from her stunt double did not help anything. ‘My stunt double comes up to me. She was so sweet. She is French and does not speak much English, ‘the actress explained.

And she comes to me and says, “Sorry, but I have to put it back in.” And I sit there and ‘put what back? Is my brain outside my face? What happens?’

‘And it was probably just a bruise she pushed back into my head. I took a few more times because I do not give up easily, and then I went to the hospital. ‘

Wow: The Golden Globe winner, who graduated from the private Juilliard School of Performing Arts, worked there in return for her education, which her family could never afford, she claimed

Wow: The Golden Globe winner, who graduated from the private Juilliard School of Performing Arts, worked there in return for her education, which her family could never afford, she claimed

When she talked more about their film, Jessica, who produced the project, said she had the idea to make it an action / thriller spy movie with all the women because she had not seen it done before.

She said she called all the women, raised the money for it herself and made the film at a fraction of the normal price.

“And we are the owners of the film,” she said. Lupita Nyong’o, Diane Kruger and Fan Bingbing play alongside Jessica and Penelope as a group of international spies who must come together to stop a terrorist organization from starting World War III in the film.

Uh-oh: The actress spoke to James Corden in The Late Late Show, and she remembered how she hit her head on a marble floor after insisting on doing one of the stunts in the spy-action movie (pictured in the figure)

Uh-oh: The actress spoke to James Corden in The Late Late Show, and she remembered how she hit her head on a marble floor after insisting on doing one of the stunts in the spy-action movie (pictured in the figure)

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