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Celebrities talk about the highs and lows of stardom
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Entertainers lose a lot of privacy when they make it big. Would you trade your privacy for fame?

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Stars show good humor to living in the Hollywood fishbowl

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Tuesday, January 19, 1999 4:53:47 PM EST

HOLLYWOOD (CNN) -- It can be hard for everyday folks like us to imagine that there could be a down side to being a rich and famous celebrity. What's not to enjoy about big premieres, limousines, fancy duds and -- of course -- money? But Hollywood's hottest say they don't always like losing their anonymity.

What do people like newly famous actress Camryn Manheim of the ABC law drama "The Practice," Darius Rucker of the band Hootie & the Blowfish, and actor Brad Pitt miss from their former lives? Showbiz Today asked them -- we've brought you the nitty-gritty.


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