The former child actor said that he isn’t “worthy” of 20 photographers as well as onlookers with camera phones attacking him on the streets.
star said he is now more focused on being a roadie. The actor also admitted that he has been spending lots of time in Paris just because he faces less pressure from the media there.
Macaulay Culkin confirmed the news that he had announced his retirement from acting earlier this year. Even though Macaulay Culkin has recently appeared in an ad for Compare the Market, he says he is actively avoiding any kind of media exposure.
The 35-year-old actor also opened up about what it was like living under the constant spotlight of the paparazzi in New York City. Instead of acting, the former child star is now focused on the life of a roadie for Adam Green of the Moldy Peaches and Har Mar Superstar.
But Macaulay Culkin revealed that the public and the media was “not necessarily” right to worry about his alleged drug addiction, and he denied the rumors that he was “pounding” K of heroin a month.
Macaulay Culkin also revealed the negative impact the paparazzi had on his private and love life, mainly because he doesn’t “wh*re” himself out.
You’ll realize it was for the best and will be thankful that you are now free to find a job that is better suited for you, one where you will feel valued and appreciated.
Let’s say you had a job where you felt perpetually stressed, anxious, and miserable.
You put in all you could, even if it came at the expense of your ego and sometimes, your sanity. Yes, being unemployed is scary so at first you’ll feel upset and worried, but you will also probably feel relieved.
Macaulay Culkin also admitted that he doesn’t have a home.
Instead, his home is where his boots are, he said, adding that he enjoys jumping on people’s tour buses and putting himself to use by doing load-ins and outs.
Macaulay Culkin has also devoted some of his time to his band the Pizza Underground lately.
The band plays parodied songs of the ’60s band the Velvet Underground and appeared in a controversial adaptation of star said that after their upcoming album is released, it’s going to be the end of their “silly pizza band.” Macaulay Culkin formed Pizza Underground in 2013 along with Matt Colbourn (guitar and vocals), Phoebe Kreutz (glockenspiel), Deenah Vollmer (vocals), and Austin Kilham (tambourine and vocals).