One great family 'The Smiths'
Jada Pinkett-Smith would quit acting if it ever jeopardised her marriage.The 'Reign Over Me' star and husband Will Smith are both successful actors, but she values her family above her career. Jada, 35, told Britain's Independent newspaper: "I'm very aware how busy careers can quickly lead to divorce, but I'm not going to let that happen to us. I will throw my career away before I let it break up our marriage. I made it clear to Will. I'd throw it away completely, which is what I'm doing to a certain extent."In her latest film, Jada plays a wife trapped in an unhappy marriage. She claims the role taught her how to make her own marriage stronger. Jada said: "For me, these were experiences that were relatable, but the most interesting aspect of the relationship between this particular couple is that you see all the time how the smallest little germs can get inside of a relationship, things that aren't really tangible, but can create such a huge deterioration within a marriage."And you see this all the time - these are the things that you always have to be careful of."Even though you have this union as husband and wife, you can never forget who you are, just simply as yourself. If you lose yourself then everything else will fall out. There is no relationship to be had if you don't have a relationship with yourself first."