The Doctor Strange actor, Benedict Cumberbatch, who has been in the limelight, for his splendid acting in the MCU magical-superhero movie, reveals that he doesn't like much to travel and stay out of home for work.
The actor added he misses his family whenever he needs to move out of home for work. He also said that he doesn't even consider himself as a big Hollywood star.
"I don't think of myself as this huge Hollywood star. I have a new family and I have close friends who have known me since I first started and don't think of me like that. They're always happy to remind me who I am, which is good. I don't find it difficult to stay grounded," Cumberbatch said.
He added, "Every time I come back to London, I love the feeling - it's my home town and I'm very happy with my creature comforts. I'm actually quite a homely person, although I still enjoy being on the red carpet."
However, the 40-year-old actor who follows a strict health regime has no intention to lower the workload for the sake of family. He said work is equally important for him as his family.
He said, "It won't be slowing me down. Keeping fit seems to be key. Adopting a physical regime for 'Doctor Strange' really helped, not just for the obligatory shirt-off moment. It was all about keeping healthy for my new family."