Washington, March 5 (ANI): Charlize Theron would not think twice if offered a comedy role since the actress feels she needs to break away from the "doom and gloom" movie stereotype.
The 'Monster' star, who bagged on Oscar for her portrayal of serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the film, revealed she felt she was being typecast and would hence love to involve herself in more light hearted projects.
"I'm starting to figure that if there's a woman in a 'doom and gloom' scenario, my name comes up... the next one has to be a comedy," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
The former model further unwrapped her ambitions of doing a musical, saying: "I've always let it be known that I would love to do a musical. I love going to ballet, it's very cathartic."
Theron was named the sexiest woman alive by fashion bible Esquire last year.
She was also in news for being appointed as the United Nations Messenger Of Peace for her contribution in ending violence against women. (ANI)