London, October 12 : Actress Anna Faris, who is best known for her lead role as Cindy Campbell in the 'Scary Movie' series, has revealed that she developed really late, insisting that she was a 'late bloomer'.
The American star, who stunned all with her super-toned body in her latest movie 'The House Bunny', confessed that it was not until she was 23 that she budded as a woman.
"I was such a late bloomer growing up," the Sun quoted her as saying.
"I was so short and I had no chest or hips until I was 23, so that part of being Shelley was always really awkward for me. It was fun to do but very unnatural," she added.
The actress further said: "I did a lot of training and I was working out a lot. When you see those skimpy outfits you have to wear every day it's very motivating."
The 31-year-old has often stood in comparison to the screen legend Goldie Hawn and considers herself privileged for such an honorary evaluation.
She said: "It's so flattering and completely intimidating.
"I grew up watching her movies and I just love her so much, it's a huge honour, " she added.