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Actor Chris O’Donnell on his decision to have a traditional family

He’s talented. Good looking. Successful. A rising star.

And a husband with a 16-year marriage, a happy family, and five children. 

Hollywood has seen a lot, but happy traditional families? That’s a rarity in a town where shocking divorces and shattered relationships are the bread and butter of weekly tabloids. And that’s no revelation to Chris, who says, “I knew when I got into this business I couldn’t have it both ways. I could live like a playboy or have a traditional family life, which is how I grew up. I’m the youngest of seven, so family has always been important to me.”

How does he balance the life of a busy actor with the responsibilities of a busy father? Read the original article at express.co.uk.

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