Crowe is clear that he won't push them into acting as they grow up, because he would like them to take different professions - but he's somehow convinced they will probably end up in Hollywood, as they would want to follow their famous father.
"Lord, I hope they don't want to be actors like me. But I guess it's only natural if they do. And if it's in their blood when they grow up, then fine. I don't want to force them into it, or put them in a situation where they feel they have to do it because they think that's how they are going to get daddy's approval," he told the Sunday Mirror.
And Crowe says his younger son Tennyson already has the signs of star quality. "Tennyson does have that natural flash in his eyes," he added.
London, (ANI): Hollywood actor Russell Crowe does not want his sons to become actors when they grow up, but the actor convinced that his kids will follow him into show business. The Oscar-winner has two children with his singer wife Danielle Spencer - Charlie, six, and Tennyson, three, reports the Daily Express.