“American dream. I’m the American dream” Oscar nominated actress Renée Zellweger reveals to Vanity Fair in its 2020 Hollywood issue about her immigrant heritage and the impact of having immigrant parents. Born to a Swiss father and a Norwegian mother the actress acknowledges the fear that has consumed immigrant communities:
“Yeah, it’s definitely interesting today. It’s a very strange time. There’s a lot of fear, and then uncertainty. I wonder where that comes from. I know that things we consider to be fundamental, in terms of feeling secure, and how we define ourselves in our lives and lifestyles are shifting quickly. I get it. And technology has just amplified that.” Adding that there was hope for the future,”Yes. Yes, absolutely, because great things come out of adversity”.