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Ariel Winter is taking a break from college.

The 20-year-old actress started studying political science at UCLA last year – after previously deferring for a year – but she is taking time off to “pursue” her acting career.

She said: “I do love UCLA, but at the moment I’m taking a break from it so I can continue to pursue my career and also try to have a little bit more of a life because I’ve been so busy.”

“That’s really it at the moment. But I think education’s really important. I love being there. I love learning. I will continue to keep learning and I just wanted to take a break to focus on myself and square some things with myself.”

Ariel – who portrays Alex Dunphy in the comedy series – is hoping to broaden her horizons by appearing in further films.

She said: “I would hope to do more movies. Really anything that comes my way that speaks to me or feels rights, something, a new character I haven’t done before. I’m pretty open. I like doing different things. I like trying things, so for me, it’s really whatever happens.”

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Ariel Winter Taught Burt Reynolds How to Take a Selfie:

Ariel Winter’s “Last Movie Star” Role Spotlights Mental Illness:

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Ariel Winter and boyfriend Levi Meaden have been dating for more than a year and appear stronger than ever.

ET spoke with Meaden at the Pacific Rim: Uprising premiere in Los Angeles on Wednesday, where he talked about his new sci-fi film as well as his relationship with Winter. The two live together, and Meaden says “nothing” has changed when it comes to their dynamic.

“Less fear, I guess. That’s the only thing,” he tells ET’s Courtney Tezeno. “We’re happier than ever. We’ve got three dogs, we adopted a bunny, there might be another one on the way. I guess, more animals. That’s what’s changed. There was two dogs to begin with, now we got another dog and a rabbit. So, in a year maybe, I don’t know, a whole farm?”

Meaden, 30, even had a hard time coming up with a pet peeve when it comes to 20-year-old Winter.

“I mean, the pet peeves I kinda love,” he explains. “She doesn’t really know movies, which is amazing, because she’s been in movies for so long, but she doesn’t — she never watched them! So, it’s not really a pet peeve as much as it’s something I really enjoy, because I get to show her all these old films. Probably a pet peeve of hers, because then I go into all the trivia and explain the history of the movie until she’s like, ‘Shut up, Levi!'”

Winter, looking stunning in a striking red dress and heels, attended the premiere to support her beau. Meaden, who said Winter visited him in Australia and China while shooting the film, explained the meaningful tattoos they have for one another. The actor showed off the ink on his finger of a jar reading “PB,” which stands for peanut butter, his nickname for Winter.

“Well, I’m not sure how it came about, but she has ‘Cheese’ on her finger and she says, ‘It’s a messed-up sandwich that works,'” Meaden shares. “Peanut butter and cheese! Now, everyone thinks it doesn’t, but if you try it — depending on the cheese — it’s really good.”

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The old Burt Reynolds can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Because the Cosmo centerfold is dead, reborn an octogenarian giving the most Oscar-worthy performance of his career. In The Last Movie Star, the 82-year-old actor is Vic Edwards, a screen legend misled into accepting a dowdy millennial film festival’s Lifetime Achievement award. Chauffeured around Nashville by Lil (played by Modern Family’s Ariel Winter), Vic detours into east Tennessee, where he takes a trip down memory lane.

A genre bending tale, The Last Movie Star isn’t a comedy, drama, dramedy or satire. It’s life. Reynold’s life. Vic was a stuntman who became a film star. Vic romanced Hollywood’s most eligible bachelorettes. Vic made a series of flops between striking box office gold. Vic. Burt. One syllable names. He visits a nursing home to meet the love he gave up for a life of womanizing, visits his childhood home and visits the old college football field where he was a rising star jock. And as Vic befriends an unlikely younger woman coming into adulthood, we learn a second revelation: 20-year-old Winter can really act, starring in her very first grown-up role.

“I’ve been on Modern Family for 9 years now. Next year will be our 10th,” Winter said. “It’s been an incredible show, and I love my character and the people I work with. It is nice though to have that little departure where I get to play something different and be somewhere different. That’s what we do as actors. We want to portray as many different things as possible. We want to have many different experiences and do our jobs. Hopefully, it will lead to more, and I’ll play different roles.”

In the most experimental film since Get Out, cult favorite screenwriter-director Adam Rifkin wrote a fan fiction screenplay having never talked to Reynolds, and sent him an unsolicited copy. Winter headlines as Lil, “A character dependent on a rainbow coalition of psycho pharmaceuticals,” he said. “She’s anxious, depressed and suicidal. And the last thing she wants to do is spend a weekend with some crabby old dude.”

Winter described Lil as an independent character, who “doesn’t have a lot of people supporting her. She is able to do everything on her own, and she is supporting herself, learning how to become a strong woman. I think it’s a nice character for young women because we have a lot of action heroes that are women kicking butt and fighting, but there’s also normal young women who aren’t doing that, living their lives and learning to overcome struggles. [Lil] starts off confident, but a little insecure. She’s got that terrible boyfriend who doesn’t treat her very well. She’s struggling, trying to better herself, but she doesn’t know how. I think it’s an accurate depiction of real people.”

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