After the conclusion of 'Succession,' actor Kieran Culkin is gearing up to shift his focus to fatherhood. The Hollywood star, who shares two children, Wilder Wolf (two) and Kinsey Sioux (four), with his wife Jazz Charton, expressed his eagerness to embrace parenting more fully.
"I'm really looking forward to it when I get home because the last couple of weeks I haven't really been much of a parent," Kieran shared with The Hollywood Reporter. In an effort to prioritize his family, the actor plans to disconnect from the outside world for a week, immersing himself in the role of a dedicated dad.
"I'm going to turn the world off for about a week and just be a dad. 'Did you read the email?' No, I did not. (I'm doing) nothing at all, except just diapers and bath time and stuff for like a week," Kieran explained.
Reflecting on the writers' strike in 2023, Kieran revealed that the period, which disrupted regular work schedules, was surprisingly enjoyable for him. "It had been really … probably shouldn't say, I don't care… lovely for me. I'd been hiding behind it. I'm like, 'No work? Fantastic,'" he shared.
Despite his commitment to family, Kieran's professional achievements are noteworthy. The actor clinched the award for Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama at the Golden Globes for his role in 'Succession.' Interestingly, Kieran disclosed that his prestigious award now occupies a unique place between his kids' Sesame Street stuffed animals, adding a touch of familial charm to his well-deserved accolade.
(With Agency Inputs)