Robert Pattinson has rejected the trappings of an A-list movie star - the big house, the designer clothes, even therapy.
"I would love to go into therapy, but it makes me too anxious," he joked to The Telegraph.
On a serious note, he added, "I've been talking to a lot of people about it and I don't know. I kind of like my anxiety in a funny sort of way and I like my peaks and troughs. Luckily depression never lasts long with me."
In fact, Pattinson said he's "pretty happy" these days.
"I'm extremely lucky which always makes me a little nervous," he told the British paper. "I don't quite know why I got so lucky but yeah, it's just ridiculous and I'm pretty happy. Yeah, definitely pretty happy."
Since becoming a star in the blockbuster "Twilight" franchise, Pattinson has graduated to smaller, independent films, like his current movie, "The Rover," opposite Guy Pearce.
He also downsized, selling his Los Angeles home that he once compared to Versailles.
"I sold it because I suddenly realized I'm not quite old enough to be dealing with plumbing and stuff," the 28-year-old actor said. "So I spent about six months borrowing peoples' houses, which was nice. Now I'm renting a place which is much smaller."
Despite appearing in ads for Dior, Pattinson owns very few designer duds after losing most of his clothes in a recent move.
"I've started wearing the same thing pretty much every day like a uniform," he told The Telegraph. "I haven't taken this jacket off for weeks."