Quotation by Helen Hayes

Stardom can be a gilded slavery.
Helen Hayes (1900–1993), U.S. actor. On Reflection, ch. 14 (1968).

Often dubbed "The First Lady of the Theater," Hayes began acting at age five and had become well known by early adulthood. Although she was primarily a stage actor, she won the 1931 Best Actress "Oscar" for her first movie, The Sin of Madelon Claudet.
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