What a good daddy!
Just like any normal actor, Ben Stiller has to be away from his family from time to time while on set, but according to him, that does NOT mean that he can't visit them every weekend.
The Zoolander actor shared:
”When I am away, I try to come home every weekend. I don't want to pull the kids out of school to come to the set. I try to be home as much as possible. We know as a family that we need to be together as much as we possibly can. I figured out how to manage it better. I try to find a balance in life, see what works for me and what doesn't. My kids aren't that impressed in terms of me being in these films. They just enjoy the movies. I selfishly like to make movies that I can share with my kids."
Stiller has two kiddies, Ella and Quinlin with his wife, Christine Taylor, and we're loving how much he adores his family.
There's definitely nothing better than a dedicated father!!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
Ben Stiller left his Watch at home for an idyll day at the beach Sunday.
The Zoolander star was spotted spending the day on the Hawaii coast with actress wife Christine Taylor and their kids Ella and Quinlan.
The Dodgeball stars showed off their toned and sexy beach bodies, much to the utterly embarrassment of their children.
Ben brought the Tropic Thunder to some paddle boarding while Christine snapped pics of the gorgeous locale.
Later Ben did his classic Bruce Springsteen impression for his kids, to which the 10 and 8-year-old responded, "Who's the Boss?"
Don't they look fun? Those are some parents we wouldn't mind meeting!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
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Much like his character from Zoolander Ben Stiller has a passion for children in need.
For over a year Ben's charity organization — the Stiller Foundation — and Architecture for Humanity have worked together to build schools for children displaced by the earthquake.
On Sunday the A-lister took the time and traveled to Haiti to celebrate the opening of their newly finished school. He is such a nice guy!
They're not done yet!
The organizations have been working to rebuild four badly damaged schools in Haiti, including College Mixte Le Bon Berger in Montrouis.
This is no "Derek Zoolander's School for Kids Who Can't Read Good And Would Like To Do Other Stuff Good Too" but we're still SUPER impressed!
Way to go Ben!
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