Brie Larson Hasn't Spoken to Her Father in 10 Years

As Hollywood's newest It Girl, Brie Larson has no shortage of new fans and well-wishers. But not everyone in her life is sharing in her success. According to Elle's March cover story on the Oscar-nominated Room star, Larson hasn't spoken to her father in 10 years.

 Brie Larson in 'Elle.'  Caption: Terry Tsiolis for ELLE

Brie Larson in 'Elle.'  Caption: Terry Tsiolis for ELLE
Per Elle, the actress' parents divorced when she was a little girl, after which she drifted apart from her dad. "When legally I didn't have to have visitation with him anymore, I jumped on it," she explained to the mag. "As a kid I tried to understand him and understand the situation. But he didn't do himself any favors. I don't think he ever really wanted to be a parent."

Their relationship — or lack thereof — had a profound effect not just on her personal life but also on her career.

"It wasn't until genuinely as of late that I understood that is the reason such a large amount of my work was so unstable," she shared. "The majority of the stuff I wasn't managing in my genuine life — the greater part of this outrage, my reasons for alarm and my vulnerabilities — I didn't feel good communicating since I sensed that it was a piece of the human code that when we're out in the general population space, everybody's ideal and great, and we're all pleasant ladies, and we dress well and we brush our hair and concur with these traditions." 

 Brie Larson in 'Elle.'  Caption: Terry Tsiolis for ELLE

Brie Larson in 'Elle.'  Caption: Terry Tsiolis for ELLE
Discussing decent ladies, Larson, 26, couldn't say enough great things in regards to her associates in the business. Despite the fact that she's generally viewed as the leader to win the Best Actress Oscar for her exceptional turn in Room, the previous kid performer and yearning pop vocalist still gets awed around other A-listers.

Reviewing a weekend last November, when she spent a few days doing press with some of her kindred chosen people, Larson told Elle, "It was insane. It was practically, similar to, Helen Mirren, Cate Blanchett, Saoirse Ronan and me. At that point Jennifer Lawrence came in for a tiny bit, and Kate Winslet, Carey Mulligan. ... You're having dinners together, and doing these roundtables — I had an inclination that I was
hallucinating.

 Brie Larson in 'Elle.'  Caption: Terry Tsiolis for ELLE

Brie Larson in 'Elle.'  Caption: Terry Tsiolis for ELLE
Larson has since rubbed elbows again with the likes of Winslet and J.Law at multiple awards shows, but at the time, she was relatively new to the scene. "Most of those people I'd never met before," she said, "so it was like the moment when you're not at the kid's table anymore: Wow, not only am I sitting with these legends, but Kate Winslet saw me and ran across the room and grabbed me and with such a beautiful intensity said, 'I am so f--king excited for you!' I love her."
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