Andie MacDowell is "comfortable" as she ages in Hollywood. The "Maid" actress, 65, recently shared in an interview that she "doesn't feel less sexy" the older she gets. "There is this time period between 40 and 60 that I think women in the business can struggle because they don't know what to do.They've been seen as one way, but they're not really seen as what I am now," MacDowell told People magazine. "I was struggling and I'm much more comfortable with where I am right now.
I love being an older woman. I really enjoy it. And it doesn't feel less sexy." MacDowell explained to the outlet that it was initially "hard to navigate" the change, but eventually she "accepted it." She is famously known in Hollywood for embracing her natural, gray hair – which has historically not been very common for women in the industry. "I feel like my career is actually doing really well right now because I've dove into being an older woman and accepted it," she said, adding that she has enjoyed playing the "complex older woman" in recently movie roles.
MacDowell recently portrayed a grandmother on television for the first time in the Hallmark series "The Way Home." The show was recently renewed for a second season. "I don't need to pretend that I'm young anymore because I'm not young, obviously," MacDowell explained. "And I just think that's going to help me and you have to dig in and make your characters more complex too.Read more on foxnews.com