- Brad Pitt took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor at the 92nd Academy Awards last night for his role as Cliff Booth in Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.
- The actor dedicated his win to his six children with actress Angelina Jolie during his acceptance speech.
Brad Pitt solidified his status as screen royalty with his first acting Academy Award last night, winning for his role as Cliff Booth in Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood. When it comes to how Pitt feels about the possibility of his children entering the acting world, however, the actor will ultimately let them make that decision for themselves.
According to People, when asked during an interview in the Oscars press room if he would want his children to follow in his footsteps as an actor, Pitt commented that he'd allow them to follow their passions when it comes to their future careers.
"We can have that conversation once they're 18,” said Pitt. "I want them to follow their bliss, follow their passions, whatever they're most interested in. It's about guiding as you can, but they get to try everything on and try what their passion is. So, sure, why not?" continued the actor.
The actor dedicated his Oscar win earlier in the evening to his six children—Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne, and Knox Jolie-Pitt—whom he shares with actress and ex-wife Angelina Jolie.
"This is for my kids who color everything I do," said the actor while closing his winning speech. "I adore you."
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