Actress Jodie Foster, who has just turned 25 and graduated from Yale University, said in an interview on "CBS This Morning" that she never missed out on her childhood by growing up in front of a camera. "I think my childhood was very healthy," Foster told interviewer Harry Smith. "It was probably not what everybody else goes through, but I had some great times and I learned a lot and had a lot of fun, and a lot of the insecurities that other children went through at certain ages, I didn't, because I had a job." She said she enrolled at Yale because "it's good to have options. And my mother always put the emphasis on my education more than anything else." Nevertheless, Foster is back in view in the just-released film, "Stealing Home," co-starring Mark Harmon.