Keough, rock royalty. (Miguel Reveriego/VANITY FAIR)
But Keough has gone on to make quite a name for herself, too. At the age of 14, she became the face of Dolce & Gabbana, and then two years later, she earned the same honor from Dior. But at the time, she had other dreams. "I loved Stanley Kubrick movies when I was a teenager," she tells VF. "I didn't originally want to act. I wanted to be a director when I was younger, and I made these silly little horror movies. And then I started wanting to act when I was 16 or 17."
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After small roles in "The Runaways" with Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning in 2010 and in the male-stripper flick "Magic Mike," which hits theaters on June 29, Keough has landed a part in the upcoming "Mad Max" reboot, for which Charlize Theron recently shaved her head. "I'm kind of shy and quiet, but I'm only shy in my personal life," she explains. "If I'm working, somehow I'm not and it goes away … I think acting is a fun thing because you get to have so many lifetimes in one lifetime, being all these different people."
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