Why Hollywood won't cast Rose McGowan anymore
She's had a tumultuous relationship with Hollywood over the course of her career to date, but Rose McGowan was already used to sticking it to the man by the time she made her film debut in poorly received 1992 comedy Encino Man, having survived the first several years of her life moving around Europe as part of a polygamous cult that blended free-love with Christianity. She rebelled from the start, telling People, "I lit a wall of Bibles on fire, took a candle to it."
After fearing that she would end up the victim of sexual abuse if they stayed, it was McGowan's father who smuggled her out of the commune and back into their native United States where she would eventually launch her acting career. While she enjoyed moderate success in the '90s, she became best known for her drug-fueled relationship with controversial rock star Marilyn Manson and later for playing Paige Matthews in Charmed from 2001 to 2006. But soon after that she pretty much disappeared from the radar. So what went wrong for her, exactly? This is why Hollywood won't cast Rose McGowan anymore.