Jack Reacher star Rosamund Pike believes she was ''never an attractive teenager'' and is confident she gets offered a variation of roles because she's not pigeonholed as good looking.
The 34-year-old actress, who is set to star in the movie adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel, Gone Girl, believes she gets offered a variation of roles because she's not pigeonholed as attractive but insists her changing looks helped her stay in the spotlight.
Speaking to Total Film magazine, Pike said: ''I was never an attractive teenager or child. Then suddenly somebody found me attractive and it was a turning point.''
The Made in Dagenham star previously explained that she gets ''really annoyed'' when people think she just gets hired for her looks and wants to be accepted as a ''good actress'' instead.
She said previously: ''I think being accepted as a good actress is all I ever wanted. That's the only stigma that comes with a Bond film - that people are quick to assume you were hired just for your looks.
''That kind of thing really annoys me because actually [director] Lee Tamahori hired me for something else.''