Oscar-winner, Kate Winslet, has admitted that she doesn't see her busy career as a job. She prefers to look at it as a "holiday".
The "Steve Jobs" star may be forced to spend months away from her three children to her globe-trotting career, but she doesn't see her gruelling schedule as work, and would willingly get up at the crack of dawn to shoot a new movie if need be, because she enjoys going on set, she says.
"I really do love acting, and as I get older I find myself loving it more and more. I'm so struck by how long I've been doing this," Winslet said.
"I suddenly feel like one of these people who's been around for a long time - and I have! The great thing about acting is that, every role brings different challenges and new mysteries. I really do like getting up for work - even if it's ten past three in the morning, which some of our calls on this film were," she smiles.
Despite having a catalogue of movies under her belt, the 40 year old actress prefers to take on only one job a year.
"In terms of being a workaholic, that's not for me. I like to think that I have this way of working which is to just do one thing a year, which often can take four or five months of my life," Kate said.