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Entertainment James Brolin On the Hollywood Advice He Gave Son Josh: 'Don't Be a Leading Man, Ever'

15:55  08 november  2019
15:55  08 november  2019 Source:   people.com

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James Brolin had some wise words to share with his son , Avengers: Endgame star Josh Brolin , set out to make his career in Hollywood . “ Don ’ t be a leading man , ever . Be a character actor and you’ll work forever.” His reason for the surprising piece of wisdom?

James Brolin is proud of his son , Josh Brolin , but isn’t quite sure what to make of his Avengers: Endgame villain Thanos. James also revealed the piece of advice he ’d given Josh before his son embarked on his Hollywood career, saying, “ Don ’ t be a leading man , ever .

James Brolin had some wise words to share with his son, Avengers: Endgame star Josh Brolin, set out to make his career in Hollywood.

The actor, 79, appeared on Access, where he spoke about giving Josh, 51, acting advice.

“I told him one thing a long time ago — he’s his own man, he has his own ideas — but I told him one great thing,” James said. “Don’t be a leading man, ever. Be a character actor and you’ll work forever.”

His reason for the surprising piece of wisdom? James said, “[A] leading man has a little time span [to work], he’s in and out.”

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Joshua James Brolin (/ˈbroʊlɪn/; born February 12, 1968) is an American actor. Brolin has appeared in films such as The Goonies (1985), Mimic (1997), Hollow Man (2000), Grindhouse (2007)

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James’ own career has consisted of successful character actor roles in films such as The Amityville Horror, Catch Me If You Can, Burlesque and Traffic. Despite his own concerns regarding Josh’s career path, James said his son has both surprised him and made him proud.

“Look at him, he takes this movie with Thanos and I go, ‘I didn’t mean that!'” James said, referring to this year’s massive Avengers: Endgame in which Josh reprised his role of villain Thanos.

Josh Brolin, James Brolin posing for the camera: Josh and James Brolin | Kevin Mazur/WireImage © Kevin Mazur/WireImage Josh and James Brolin | Kevin Mazur/WireImage

“It’s the biggest thing, he never has to work again,” James added. “New baby, new life, I’m so proud.”

Josh welcomed a daughter, Westlyn Reign, with wife Kathryn Boyd in November 2018. He has two older children — Eden, 25, and Trevor, 31 — from his first marriage to actress Alice Adair.

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Josh Brolin, James Brolin are posing for a picture: James Brolin On the Hollywood Advice He Gave Son Josh: 'Don't Be a Leading Man, Ever' © Provided by Meredith Corporation James Brolin On the Hollywood Advice He Gave Son Josh: 'Don't Be a Leading Man, Ever' James said the new dad was “a diapering fool” as he focuses on taking care of his daughter alongside Boyd. The Brolin family has a lot to celebrate — including the engagement of Josh’s oldest daughter, Eden.

In August 2018, Josh shared a photo of Eden and her fiance, actor Cameron Crosby, sharing a kiss by a lake as he wrote about the news.

“My little girl’s getting married, asked by a guy whom I adore. Imagine that? A guy who I have a strong feeling will look after her best interests, keep her heart safe,” he added. “Congratulations, you two. I couldn’t be more proud, more moved, or more relieved. Congratulations!!!! @edenbrolin& @cameroncrosby9 ❤️❤️❤️???????? #daddyslittlegirl #maturity#realisasrealdoes #respectfulfiancee.”

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