for most of its decade-plus run.
Today, love-flushed, Saldana opens up a little about the man she had known socially for “a while”. Aside from cooking, he’s passionate about playing soccer, something his wife appreciates: “I’m fortunate to be challenged by an artist who also pushes himself.”
And this, too, is what makes Zoe Saldana tick. Not many actors could take on action roles, the satanically troubled Rosemary, and the hugely misunderstood Nina Simone – Saldana plays the bipolar singer in upcoming biopic, Nina. “It was painful,” she says quietly of the project, in which she also sings. “It’s still hard for me to talk about it, because it’s not finished yet.”
She enjoys a challenge, though: diagnosed aged “five or six” with Attention Deficit Disorder, as well as a mild form of dyslexia, her
“I don’t CARE what people think. I can’t fake it. I follow my HEART or my friends’ ADVICE”