Anne Hathaway hates her name

Brunilde Fioravanti
Gennaio 14, 2021

The Oscar victor opened up to Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday's episode of "The Tonight Show" about how uncomfortable she is being called "Anne".

Anne recently revealed one of her biggest challenges being a mother in the midst of the pandemic.

She concluded, "So seriously, please, just feel free [to call me Annie]". My name's Anne Hathaway'.

"I've known you for a pretty long time now", Jimmy said.

More than 20 years after deciding to go by "Anne", actor Anne Hathaway chose to set the record straight.

Referring back to her first commercial at the age of 14 where she was asked what name she wanted on her Screen Actors Guild card, she opted to go with her birth name, not realizing it would follow her for the rest of her life.

"Call me Annie!" the star replied with a smile.

"The only person who ever calls me Anne is my mother, and she only does it when she's mad at me. My name's Anne Hathaway.' So that seemed like the right choice, but it never occurred to me that for the rest of my life, people will call me Anne".

Call me by my name: Anne Hathaway, 38, told Jimmy Fallon on an episode of The Tonight Show that she wants to be called "Annie" moving forward, as she begged, 'Everybody, call me Annie, please!'

The Princess Diaries star also opened up about her two sons - Jonathan, four, and Jack, one - who she shares with husband Adam Shulman.

As for other nicknames, some of her friends call her Mrs. H and Hath. "Call me Annie, everybody".

This image released by HBO Max shows Anne Hathaway in a scene from "Lockdown".

She also encouraged Fallon and the audience to call her "anything but Anne".

"People are so lovely; they don't want to be presumptuous, and so I think they come up with workarounds on set", she explained.

Actor Anne Hathaway has revealed that she hates it when people call her Anne - awkward.

Annie Wednesday actor and businessman Adam Shulman in 2012.

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