and Ellen De Generes’ A Very Good Production banner. TV’s Shed Media as the narrator of the upcoming NBC unscripted series “First Dates,” also from De Generes’ shingle.
When Barrymore flashed David Letterman on air in 1995, she explains that that's when she realized she needed to cool it.
In she writes, "As I watched myself and my friends laughing from an objective perspective, I realized right then and there that this was the end of an era for me.
I will fight like William 'Braveheart' what's-his-name to keep [my daughters] protected and intact! But maybe when they're older, I will feel differently.
At this point, I think that it has to be few and far between." Since Barrymore is producing a slew of projects with her production company, Flower Films, she still has money coming in to keep her and her family financially secure despite her breaks from acting and directing.
She's also had two marriages last barely a year each: to bar owner Jeremy Thomas from 1994 to 1995, and comedian Tom Green from 2001 to 2002.
Her marriage to Will Kopelman, which started with a 2012 shotgun wedding, is already her longest, quietest, and most stable to date.
She was drinking and doing drugs when most girls are playing with Barbie dolls.
Since then, she's had a few husbands, one very memorable incident on Barrymore's had a slew of high-profile relationships, including on-again-off-again romance with Justin Long and the Strokes' drummer Fabrizio Moretti, as well as dating the likes of Edward Norton, Luke Wilson, Corey Feldman, David Arquette and director Spike Jonze through the years.
Might Drew Barrymore soon add “talk show host” to her resume?