She Wanted To be a Librarian, But She'll Have to Settle for Being a Star

Jennifer Garner tells Oprah Magazine, that when she was a young’n growing up in West Virginia she always wanted to be a librarian.

“I had a very rich imaginary world,” said Garner, who is 37. “And my dream was to grow up to be a librarian, because I had a librarian named Mrs. McCann who I thought was the most magical woman on the planet. She used to publish little versions of my stories, typing them on manila folders and illustrating them with pictures of me and my teddy bear.”

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imaginary world

This would be the same imaginary world in which "Elecktra" is NOT considered a hate crime.

she could always...

...she could always just "play one on TV"...or in the movies. Rachel Weisz made a very nice screen librarian in The Mummy, after all. Her agent needs to get her a librarian role.

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