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Entertainment Penn Badgley Shares Rare Glimpse Into His "Joyful" Experience as a Father

03:32  14 october  2021
03:32  14 october  2021 Source:   eonline.com

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Penn Badgley , who is known for keeping his personal life private, is finally peeling back the curtain on his life as a dad. . He and wife Domino Kirke welcomed a baby boy last fall. Domino is also a mom to son Cassius Riley, 12, with ex Morgan O'Kane. Although the couple is notorious for keeping their personal lives out of the spotlight, the You star shared a rare glimpse into his new role as a dad during an interview on SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show on Tuesday, Oct.

Penn Badgley Explains How His ' Joyful ' New Fatherhood Experience Made You Performance 'Harder'. Penn Badgley and wife Domino Kirke welcomed their first baby, a son, in August 2020, and in the upcoming third season of Netflix's You , his character Joe navigates new parenthood. "He's so scared, and of course I can identify with the fear," he continued, "but he's just so morbid in his obsessive, sort of like self-preservation, primal instinct that sometimes I almost found it harder as a result, you know what I mean? It really depended on the scene." Added Pedretti, 26, "I think not

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Last fall, the 34-year-old actor and his wife, Domino Kirke, had announced that they welcomed their first child together, a baby boy. Domino is also a mom to son Cassius Riley, 12, with ex Morgan O'Kane.

Although the couple is notorious for keeping their personal lives out of the spotlight, the You star shared a rare glimpse into his new role as a dad during an interview on SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show on Tuesday, Oct. 12.

When asked how Penn and his wife of four years have navigated parenthood amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, he admitted, "I mean, it was, it was a lot."

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Gossip Girl alum Penn Badgley who recently welcomed his son in 2020 opened up about his character in You Season 3, who coincidentally also welcomes his son in the upcoming season of the show. Penn also reflected on both dads being vastly different. He's so scared, and of course, I can identify with the fear, but he's just so morbid in his obsessive, sort of like self-preservation, primal instinct that sometimes I almost found it harder as a result, you know what I mean? It really depended on the scene."

It's certainly a very good thing that Penn Badgley 's real-life experience as a new dad is a complete departure from his murderous You character's journey into parenthood. "The funny thing is I was curious what my new fatherhood, how that would influence my experience with Joe and acting with him, and sometimes it was almost not helpful because I was having such light and joyful experience – still am – and Joe is so petrified," the actor, who welcomed a son with wife Domino Kirke in August 2020

"I think the great bounty that we got out of it is...I have a stepson who's 12 and his experience was, in a sense, different. 'Cause they're so social at that age," the Gossip Girl alum explained. "But our baby, he's chilling. He's only been with us. He loves it."

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He added, "He's very happy. He's very, very joyful. And we had an opportunity to be with him in a way that we wouldn't have. So that is a strange blessing in it all."

The actor, who has yet to publicly share additional details about his little one, like his name, recently utilized his experience as a new dad for the small screen.

However, don't expect his real life to imitate art.

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On Friday, Oct. 15, Netflix's third season of the crime series You will officially hit the streaming service, picking up with show Joe (Penn) and his wife, Love (Victoria Pedretti), settling into the suburbs with their newborn baby.

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Penn Badgley shares what it was like portraying Joe’s “morbid” parenting on YOU Season 3 after having his own “ joyful ” transition to fatherhood. “The funny thing is I was curious what my new fatherhood, how that would influence my experience with Joe and acting with him, and sometimes it was almost not helpful because I was having such a light and joyful He’s so scared, and of course I can identify with the fear,” he continued, “but he’s just so morbid in his obsessive, sort of like self-preservation, primal instinct that sometimes I almost found it harder as a result, you know what I mean?

Penn Badgley is opening up about fatherhood! “The funny thing is I was curious what my new fatherhood, how that would influence my experience with Joe and acting with him, and sometimes it was almost not helpful because I was having such a light and joyful experience — still am — and Joe is so petrified,” Penn said. “He’s so scared, and of course I can identify with the fear,” he continued, “but he’s just so morbid in his obsessive, sort of like self-preservation, primal instinct that sometimes I almost found it harder as a result, you know what I mean?

Despite the fatherhood parallel between Penn and his character, the actor made it clear that he and Joe are vastly different—and not just because Joe is a serial killer.

"As much as it relates to my character, I am having a joyful experience as a father," Penn told host Jess Cagle. "I can, of course, relate to the fears. But Joe's fears are so intensely outsized, you know? For me, I'm just like, 'Sure, Joe. Yeah. I guess you could spend all your time worrying about that.' But you know, to me, even being a father in a pandemic has still been a joy somehow."

The Hollywood star's positive outlook isn't a facade either.

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You guest star Shalita Grant recently sang Penn's praises, telling E! News, "He's actually the perfect actor to play a serial killer because he's the nicest guy, in all honesty. If he were a different guy, I'm not sure the show would work."

Soon, fans of the hit television series will be reunited with Joe. Best of all? Netflix has already ordered a fourth season.

Watch Penn's interview here.

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