Russell Crowe’s Tennyson Might Follow In Dad’s Footsteps

Russell Crowe's Tennyson Might Follow In Dad's Footsteps

Russell Crowe, who is currently starring in and co-producing his latest film, Robin Hood, tells Entertainment Tonight that though his schedule is hectic, his sons, Charles, 5 ½, and Tennyson, 3, are always in his thoughts.

“They haven’t visited the set a lot because there’s just a lot of moving parts so it can be a little dangerous,” says Russell. He added that his boys did spend some time on the set while their mother, Danielle Spencer, was “doing some of her music stuff.”

The 45-year-old actor adds that Tennyson seems to be following in his footsteps: “He’s not a Hollywood kid by any means, but he’s an actor, really.” The proud dad goes on to say that though he’d rather not see his kids in the industry, he might not have a choice when it comes to his talented 3-year-old.

“If it’s in their blood, fine, but I don’t want to force them into it. I don’t want to put them in a situation where they feel they got to do that because that’s how they’re going to get daddy’s approval,” says Russell. “But Tenny just sort of has the natural flash in his eyes.”

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  1. Francisca Susi

    Awww!! Little Tennyson is really cute. :D While big bro, Charlie, is known to be a sweet and sensitive kid that really into books and puzzles, Tennyson is more like his dad in terms of loving sports. Russell and Dani must be so proud of their handsome boys. :D

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  2. Gaby

    What a cute picture of Russell Crowe and Tennyson. Russell sounds as if he is on the right track to being a great father. His children are still so young so Russell is just now learning himself. blagues

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