Los Angeles, Dec 11 (IANS) Actress Amy Poehler says she endured a tough time growing up in the 1980s, but on reflection, she doesn’t think being a late developer has been a bad thing for her.
“I was a late bloomer which I would recommend to anybody. That’s a tough thing when you get most popular, it’s all down hill from there,” Poehler told the “Today Show”, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
The actress has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and she’s tremendously proud of the honour.
“It was great … my parents were there, my family was there. It’s something I never even imagined,” she said.
“I’d never even been to California growing up. I never knew anyone who was an actor or a writer. I didn’t know anybody famous so to be included in that fine company … it was really special,” the “Baby Mama” actress added.