Jerry Seinfeld and wife Jessica – parents to Sascha, 9, Julian Kal, 6 ½, and Shepherd Kellen, 4 – have kept their priorities straight. The 55-year-old comedian opened up to UK’s GQ about putting stand-up second to family, working with the cast of Seinfeld again, and his daughter’s inclination toward the funny side of life.
On if the funny gene is in the Seinfeld DNA: “Watching my kids, especially my daughter, it does seem to be in the DNA somewhere because I see her falling asleep with these big joke books. She’s eight years old – she can read anything, why’s she reading jokes? I think it’s somewhere in the biology.” [Editor’s note: Sacha just turned 9 on November 7]
On stand-up being second to fatherhood: “Yeah I’m doing everything! That’s another great thing about stand-up – you can take time off when you want to. It’s like being a plumber. You can work when you want to. I get to roll around with them [the kids] all the time – it’s fantastic.”
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In the new doomsday flick 2012 Amanda Peet plays a mom trying to save her kids from the end of the world. In reality, the 37-year-old actress says she has more immediate concerns – like “global warming and wars,” and making sure her daughter Frances Pen, 2 1/2, stays on the right path.
“I have a daughter, and it helped to come to her after a day of filming one disaster after another because she was just wanting me to read The Cat and the Hat or whatever,” Amanda tells Parade magazine. “That definitely kept me from getting too depressed. I’m trying not to think about what the world will be like when she grows up. I think more about when is she going to start drinking and wearing a g-string and how can I stop those things from happening.”
Speaking of g-strings, Amanda also opened up about baring all on screen – and why she refuses to be a slave to the gym.
“I have an inner conflict. I’ll be at the gym and I’ll start thinking, ‘What am I doing? I’m going to sag no matter what I do.’ I’ve certainly taken my clothes off on camera, but you have body make-up and special lighting,” she says. “I mean, someone with a figure like Jennifer Aniston has a trainer, a cook spinning out some version of the latest diet, and probably a stop at the tanning salon. Then teenage girls go, ‘God, I wish I could look like that.’ Maybe they wouldn’t if they knew what it took.'”
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Update: This just in! After weeks of staying mum about her growing baby bump, Rebecca Gayheart confirmed her pregnancy with In Touch.
We’ve always wanted to be parents. I think Eric is going to be a wonderful dad, and hopefully I’ll be a good mom. We’re absolutely looking forward to it!” The glowing actress gushed at the IWC Schaffhausen event in Hollywood on Wednesday (November 11). “I’m doing yoga, and I’m walking on the beach every day with my dogs for about an hour. I drink lots of water and eat a lot of vegetables and protein. I’m having a great, great time right now and loving my life.”
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Peter Facinelli, who plays Dr. Carlisle Cullen in the Twilight movies, has fans bloodthirsty with anticipation for the November 20 release of his upcoming film New Moon. The father to three daughters with 90210‘s Jennie Garth – Luca Bella, 12, Lola Ray, 6 1/2, and Fiona Eve – sat down with New York Kids for a look into his busy life.
On if the Facinelli household is on Team Edward or Team Jacob: “When I asked my three-year-old what she liked about Twilight she said Edward.”
On how he balances family life and work: “Any minute I have off, I try to get home. Last year I flew into L.A. on a Friday morning, picked up my kids from school, put up the Halloween decorations, had dinner with them and got back on a plane that night to go back to film. But it was worth every minute that I got to spend with them. I try not to go more than two weeks without seeing them even if it’s only for a day. And we also have Skype. At least we get to see each other! Sometimes we’ll even eat dinner together. I’ll be eating ramen noodles and they’ll be having a wonderful home-cooked meal.”
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