Actress Reese Witherspoon - who won an Oscar for her role as June Carter Cash in the movie "Walk the Line" - once considered another career in the arts, and it wasn't singing, despite her Academy Award-winning turn as the country legend. In fact, Witherspoon signed onto that role without realizing that she would be singing, she told Liveabout.com in 2019. "First of all, I didn’t know I was singing. I signed up to do the acting bit. That would have been in a completely different contract. I am just a perfectionist and totally afraid of stinking. I was just determined to get the right coaches and the right people," she said. "You think you are a good singer when you are in the car…you can sing along. But then when you go in and you actually sing into a microphone for four hours straight…"