Ronan poses upon arrival at the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018.
Photo by Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP
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Looking like a vamp from "The Great Gatsby," spread out on a sofa in a luxury Paris hotel in a "Mary Magdalene, sorry Maggie Marilyn" pajama suit, Saoirse Ronan is joking about her bad skin. The sideburns of acne she has in "Lady Bird," the coming-of-age movie that's won her a third Oscar nomination at the age of 23, were very much her own, she laughed.The Irish actor, who was first nominated for an Academy Award when she was only 13 for "Atonement," is often depicted as one of the most talented of her generation.She won a best actress Golden Globe last month for "Lady Bird," her "sensational" portrayal of a Sacramento teenager in the last year of high school whose lofty ambitions are often at odds with reality and her family's precarious finances.Doing good work has been Ronan's watchword since she was very young, carefully choosing quality films rather than playing the fame game.
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