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Edward Norton Praises Girlfriend Shauna Robertson

February 16, 2010, 9:16 am GMT

'[Shauna Robertson] lied about her age to get a job at Disney. By the time she was 33, she had produced $1 billion worth of comedies,' the actor praises his girlfriend.

Edward Norton

Movie star Edward Norton is cooing about girlfriend Shauna Robertson in the new issue of porn magazine Hustler, revealing he's impressed by her back story. The actor, who previously dated Salma Hayek, tells Hustler boss Larry Flynt that his current girlfriend reminds him a lot of his ex.

He explains, "She came here from Canada with nothing when she was 17 and lied about her age to get a job at Disney. By the time she was 33, she had produced $1 billion worth of comedies. She and Judd Apatow started Apatow films. She produced 'Elf', 'Anchorman', 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin' and 'Knocked Up'."

His praise over Shauna Robertson aside, Edward Norton will be seen starring opposite Keri Russell, Susan Sarandon, Tim Blake Nelson and Melanie Lynskey in upcoming movie "Leaves of Grass" which is scheduled to be released in the U.S on April 2. In the comedy/thriller movie, he plays identical twins Bill Kincaid and Brady Kincaid.

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