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Daryl Hannah Leaving Movies For Life On The Farm With Her Animals

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Daryl Hannah plans to step away from her acting career in order to spend more time with animals. The star is looking forward to taking care of her alpacas, chickens, and roosters at her solar-powered farm in Colorado.

“I’ve been acting since I was 11 years old and it’s an incredibly wonderful and beautiful creative outlet and I think it can be an inspiring thing for people’s imaginations and a wonderful escape,” states Hannah. “I still love movies and I always will but, as I grow up, my priorities shift a little bit to things of a little more substance and I want to be of service as much as I can.”

The 49 year old vegan who has lived off the grid for almost 20 years, has a weekly video blog called dhlovelife.com. The site, which was recently featured as one of the 10 Sexy Green Celebrity Websites, advocates living in harmony with the planet.

Hannah, who has never been a fan of the “green” moniker, encourages everyone to live by the theory that “less is more! Live beautifully but simply. Reject disposable items, shop less, make more, grow more and spread love!”

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