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From her earliest days as a child star to an adolescent with addiction issues to now one of the industry's most successful producers, Drew Barrymore has one of Hollywood's most fascinating life stories.
Despite her firm standing as a distinguished actress, producer and even director, Barrymore tells the new issue of Allure magazine that she doesn't always feel like a responsible adult.
"The mistakes, the potholes, the journeys, the bad patterns -- all of it is so much clearer to me now...but I still don't totally feel like a grown-up," the Golden Globe-winning actress tells the magazine. "Maybe I never will."
"I will always commit," Barrymore, 37, says of her approach to both personal and professional relationships. "I want to be that kind of mother. I'm that kind of friend. I'm that kind of producer. I do everything in this life-or-death way...The only thing I've tried to get better at is starting to believe maybe it's not life or death. But the [level of] commitment hasn't changed or wavered."
Her most life-changing form of commitment was marrying Kopelman in June. Even though she has been married two other times and has lived in the public eye all of her life, Barrymore says she and Kopelman aren't that different.
"We have opposite experiences, but we're not opposites," the Big Miracle actress says of her husband, who she started dating in 2010. "We're both very particular and detail-oriented. We love art and music and adventures, and we laugh our asses off together."