ACTRESS Tania Hudson (pic) admitted that her year-long hiatus was partially due to her own lack of consistency in taking up job offers, reported Utusan Malaysia.
“Sometimes when I’m offered a role, I focus only on that one job and then go quiet for a while,” she said.
“I do not blame anyone because this was caused by my lack of commitment to my acting career, in addition to minor health issues.”
Hudson revealed that she underwent surgery in 2009 to cure a condition known as arteriovenous malformation, which is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels in the brain.
In the interview, the Malay-English beauty insisted that her mixed heritage did her no favours and that she needed to work just as hard as any other actor to prove her worth to directors.
Hudson recently resumed her acting career and will be starring in two films scheduled to be released this year, Abang Long Fadil 2 and KL Special Force.
> News of a teen’s pregnancy came as a shock to her college mates and teachers when she was found to have given birth in the washroom, reported Kosmo!
The 17-year-old and her baby were discovered by a female student at 10.45am on Tuesday in their college in Jempol, Negri Sembilan.
Jempol OCPD Supt Noorzainy Mohd Noor said the college management then made a police report.
Both mother and child were sent to Jempol Hospital for medical examination and are reportedly in stable condition.
Supt Noorzainy said the girl hid her pregnancy from everyone.
Police are looking for the baby’s father.
> Crime certainly did not pay for two men who robbed a petrol station. They managed to escape with a mere RM9 in coins, reported Harian Metro.
The crime took place at 4am on May 17 in the little village of Wakaf Mempelam on the outskirts of Kuala Terengganu.
The two parang-wielding, masked robbers arrived at the petrol station in a car and threatened the three workers there.
Fearing for their safety, the workers handed the money box.
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