“My agent wanted to represent him and he said no I want to do it on my own,” Dennis Quaid advised Clarkson. “And then, of course, he gets an agent on his own and his first movie is ‘Hunger Games.'”
He mentioned his son adopted that up by snagging a task on the Martin Scorsese’s co-created TV collection “Vinyl.”
“Now he’s doing ‘The Boys,’ which is the hottest thing on streaming,” Quaid mentioned. “It’s a great show.”
He mentioned it was apparent to him and Ryan that their son would observe them into present enterprise.
“Even from just a very, very young kid he had a video camera in his hand when he was like four years old, making his own little videos and stuff,” Dennis Quaid mentioned. “It was just a very natural thing that he did. It wasn’t something we pushed him towards.”
Quaid could not be prouder.
“Even more than an actor, he’s just really turned out to be a really fine man,” he mentioned of his son.