I'm sucker for nice things: Daniel Day-Lewis
Los Angeles: British actor Daniel Day-Lewis has been in filmdom for over three decades but admits he is still sensitive about criticism and is a "sucker" for praise.
The 55-year-old recently won the best actor award at the 70th Golden Globe ceremony for his portrayal of 16th U.S. president Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's biopic 'Lincoln'.
"I don't go looking for reviews, but they tend to find you, good and band. People encourage you to look at both," contactmusic.com quoted Day-Lewis as saying.
"I'm a sucker when people say nice things, and it's unpleasant when people write unpleasant things. I'm still sensitive towards that," he added.
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