Nepotism: Gwyneth Paltrow has claimed Hollywood's crony children should try harder to prove themselves, but admit that their connections allow them to 'unfairly' enter the industry

Gwyneth Paltrow says Hollywood kids are ‘twice as hard’ to prove themselves – Daily Mail

Gwyneth Paltrow has claimed Hollywood’s kin should be doing more to prove themselves, but admits their connections allow them to ‘unfairly’ enter the industry.

The American actress, 49, opened up about her views on nepotism for children, which refer to children born into wealthy or famous families, when appearing in Hailey Bieber’s Who’s In My Bathroom? YouTube series.

Gwyneth, daughter of actress Blythe Danner and late director Bruce Paltrow, said she believes famous kids don’t have as much advantage in Hollywood as some think.

Nepotism: Gwyneth Paltrow has claimed Hollywood’s crony children should try harder to prove themselves, but admit that their connections allow them to ‘unfairly’ enter the industry

She said she believes kin children should work “double hard” as soon as they put their foot in the door to prove themselves because people will say they “don’t belong.”

But Gwyneth also admitted that children with famous parents can unfairly enter the industry and get opportunities that others don’t.

“As someone’s kid, you have access to what others don’t, so the playing field isn’t level that way,” she explained.

However, I really feel that once you get your foot in the door, which you unfairly got in, then you have to work twice as hard and be twice as good because people are willing to drag you down and say ‘you don’t don’t belong there’ and You are only there because of your father or mother, “or whatever the case.”

Famous Parents: Gwyneth is the daughter of actress Blythe Danner and director Bruce Paltrow (all pictured)

Famous Parents: Gwyneth is the daughter of actress Blythe Danner and director Bruce Paltrow (all pictured)

Giving advice to other children of kin, the Goop founder said the poster should not ‘trap them’ and urged people not to allow others to have a ‘negative impact’ on their lives.

“It shouldn’t limit you because what I believe is that no one in the world, especially one who doesn’t know you, should have a negative impact on your course or on the decisions you make,” she added.

Gwyneth has famous fathers who have had success in Hollywood, and her comments came when she spoke to Hailey, who is the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin and graphic designer Kenya Baldwin.

Bruce, the father of the Iron Man star, who died at the age of 58 in 2002, worked on shows such as The White Shadow and St. parents.

Steps: Iron Star's mother Blythe (pictured) has starred in such as Futureworld, Hearts of the West, 1776, and Meet The Parents

Steps: Iron Star’s mother Blythe (pictured) has starred in such as Futureworld, Hearts of the West, 1776, and Meet The Parents

Gwyneth followed in her parents’ footsteps, enjoying a successful acting career and winning an Academy Award and an Academy Award for Shakespeare in Love in 1999. She has since founded the lifestyle and wellness brand Goop.

Gwyneth’s comments come after Jennifer Aniston – who has famous parents – recently faced a backlash after comments she made about the ways internet stars are gaining fame in modern society.

Last month, the Friends star, 53, sparked controversy with comments she made during an interview with Pam and Tommy star Sebastian Stan, 39, in which she reflected on the way the fame of the likes of Paris Hilton and Monica Lewinsky was shaped by the rise of superstars. Internet culture.

But it sparked angry reactions from some Twitter users who claimed her comments About finding fame was ironic given that her parents are the late actress Nancy Dow and Days of Our Lives star John Aniston, 88.

Career: Gwyneth followed in her parents' footsteps, had a successful acting career and won an Academy Award and an Academy Award for Shakespeare in Love in 1999.

Career: Gwyneth followed in her parents’ footsteps, had a successful acting career and won an Academy Award and an Academy Award for Shakespeare in Love in 1999.

In a clip from the actors’ interview on the cast of diverseIn 1995, the pair discussed the leaking of the infamous Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee sex tape on which Stan’s Hulu series was based, prompting Jennifer to discuss the internet culture at the time.

Commenting on how the leak occurred at a time when the internet was starting to affect society, she said: “It was true at a time when the internet really shaped a new culture around people becoming famous.

This thing of people getting famous because they basically do nothing but have these awesome jobs. And then the woman’s reputation… I mean — Paris Hilton, Monica Lewinsky, all of those.

Lewinsky was involved in a sex scandal with Then-President Bill Clinton in 1998 after his two-year sexual affair with the 24-year-old White House intern came to light, Paris Hilton’s sex tape featuring herself and then-boyfriend Rick Salomon was leaked onto the Internet in 2004.

Fame: Jennifer Aniston recently faced backlash after comments she made about the ways internet stars find fame, even though her father was Days of Our Lives actor John Aniston.

Fame: Jennifer Aniston recently faced backlash after comments she made about the ways internet stars find fame, even though her father was Days of Our Lives actor John Aniston.

Stan replied: “When you look back at the ’90s, you see how many things happened in that decade. Even OJ Simpson’s thread was actually the start of the 24-hour news.

His comment led the Horrible Bosses star to add: “I feel so lucky that we got a little taste of the industry before it became what it is today… More streaming services – you’re popular from TikTok, you’re popular from YouTube, you’re popular from Instagram. It’s almost like, it impairs the actor’s job.

but she The comments quickly elicited an angry response from Twitter users who felt that her musings about finding fame were ridiculous due to the fact that she was a nepotism child.

One fan tweeted: “Jennifer Aniston plays the same character who is just a copy of herself in every movie and consistently delivers nothing. The only thing that saves her is that she has co-stars who are okay to save as comic relief..always the kids of nepotism who don’t have talent are willing to take what they want.

Unaffected: Twitter users were quick to call the Friends star for her comments, claiming her career was boosted by the fact that her parents Nancy Dow and John Aniston are actors.

Unaffected: Twitter users were quick to call the Friends star for her comments, claiming her career was boosted by the fact that her parents Nancy Dow and John Aniston are actors.

Another wrote: “Jennifer Aniston needed to cool off her opinions when nepotism drove her into the industry, and now she continues to make $20 million a year from the joint show that ended decades ago.”

Another user stated on Twitter: “They are too angry to hold the celebrity moniker to stay in their weird favors for the (sic) Hollywood elite.”

One fan pondered: “ Jennifer Aniston (baby nepotism) doesn’t talk about the real injustice of the acting industry (nepotism) and instead pretends that the acting profession deteriorates when people from all walks of life have the opportunity to become actors based on their strengths. Work and vitality (sic)”

Another added: “I feel very lucky that favoritism pushed me before TikTok, YouTube, Twitch and other services gave other people a chance. I would never have been able to compete against such a pool of candidates. – Jennifer Aniston, basically’.

However, some fans have spoken out in defense of the Marley & Me star, claiming that she was right to say that internet platforms have allowed influencers to get the roles traditionally given to actors.

Bizarre: Jennifer's late mother Nancy Dow starred in shows like The Beverly Hillbillies and The Wild Wild West;  The couple famously engaged in a 15-year feud over a book Tell Everyone in 1999

Bizarre: Jennifer’s late mother Nancy Dow starred in shows like The Beverly Hillbillies and The Wild Wild West; The couple famously engaged in a 15-year feud over a book Tell Everyone in 1999

“She’s not wrong… The early 2000s were revolutionizing. One person commented.

Another added: ‘She’s right. Trained actors and those who just got out of training have been sidelined by influencers who have had no training at all for a while now. This happens across the board, regardless of race/category.

Jennifer’s parents divorced when she was nine, and the actress had a separate relationship with her father – who initially prevented her from pursuing acting.

In 2012, the Bounty Hunter star told The Hollywood Reporter, ‘My dad’s advice has always been: ‘Don’t do it. Be a doctor. Become a lawyer.’

He didn’t want me to be sad because he knew it was hard work. It made me do it even more difficult. Do what makes you happy, and never let people corner you.

Born to be a Star: Jennifer landed her first TV role alongside The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik (center) on the short-lived 1990's series, Molloy.

Born to be a Star: Jennifer landed her first TV role alongside The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik (center) on the short-lived 1990’s series, Molloy.

However, the veteran actress was supportive of her career once she started making her name in Hollywood.

In a joint 1990 interview with E! News, the soap star paid tribute to the budding actress as he said: “Jennifer is a natural talent. There are certain things that you can learn in this business, and there are certain things that you cannot. A comedy instinct that has no faults. This is your greatest asset.

The Bruce Almighty star got her first regular TV role in Molloy in 1990 and appeared in Ferris Bueller, a television adaptation of the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

Both shows were canceled and the star had a few minor roles before landing her breakout role as Rachel Green on Friends in 1994.

TV veteran: The actress also starred as Jenny Bueller in Ferris Bueller's Day Off spin-off series, Ferris Bueller, the same year

TV veteran: The actress also starred as Jenny Bueller in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off spin-off series, Ferris Bueller, the same year

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