As I have stated many, many times in the past, I work in Hollywood. (Well, not literally.)
As someone who understands the "Hollywood system," allow me to explain the recent phenomenon known as Anne Sellors.
How do you suddenly gain 4 million times more interest in your acting career in a matter of just a few days? It's quite simple actually, and I've added some notation to her IMDB page to help explain it.
First, note that she hasn't acted in over 25 years. This is called "playing hard to get" or "making your adoring audience wait." By not accepting any offers — passing up roles I can only assume she received requests to play such as Clarice Starling in Silence of the Lambs or Beth Wagner in Road Trip — she built what we in the industry call "buzz." Brilliant.
Second, as you can see, she chose to start her career in television. Genius! The small screen is an obvious stepping stone to the "big" screen. That's just how screens work. It's science.
Third, she went uncredited — another major coup. By not getting your name out there, you avoid the possibility that someone might sully it. Hollywood superstars regularly get their images dragged through the mud by paparazzi and general public alike. Keeping your name off the credits will guarantee that you won't become the next Miley Cyrus — despised by everyone!
But most importantly is the role: "Woman who urinates herself." How powerful was Anne Sellors' performance? So powerful, they didn't even give her character a name. Her acting ability was so strong, they could simply refer to her character by her action! Astonishing!
Pay close attention to the life and career of Anne Sellors, aspiring thespians! There is so much that can be learned from her.