Keira Knightley's glass smashing fury
May 30, 2007, 11:30 GMT
Keira Knightley - Hollywood, CA © Glenn Harris / Photorazzi
Keira Knightley likes to smash glasses when she is angry.
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star says having a glass-throwing tantrum calms her down when she is upset.
Keira believes she inherited her raging temper from her father, actor Will Knightley.
She told Hello! magazine: "I am like my father. I have 'the Knightley streak'. He gets angry at inanimate objects. I find it therapeutic to throw glasses even if you have to spend the rest of the night on your hands and knees collecting pieces of glass.
"Whether you are frustrated, sad or drunk it works. It takes the anger away."
Keira, 22, also admits she is "a bit of a drama queen" and feels constantly insecure.
The actress - who recently confessed to be envious of The Gossip singer Beth Ditto's full figure - said: "Look up insecurity in the dictionary, 'For insecurity, see Keira Knightley.' Constant insecurities. But I'm 22 and my body is alright at the moment. It's not going to get much better. I know I might as well make the most of it."
Keira is currently starring as Elizabeth Swann in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End'. The adventure movie has been a worldwide box office smash, taking $401 million since its global opening last Wednesday (23.05.07).
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