Hustling at 9 years old was the actor’s first job. He said learning to tell stories and act, while working in a barbershop in his teens, were times of pride and independence.
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Now that he’s grown, has kids, and all that good stuff, he’s beginning to see the same work ethic in his own children.
“My oldest daughter – I see her digging her independence. She doesn’t like me talking about it, but she’s working with Tarantino,” he spilled, saying she’s working on “Django: Unchained.”
Later he laughed about the irony in the whole scenario, pointing to the feud he once had with Tarantino over the “racist dialogue” for the script of “Crimson Tide.”
“Isn’t that interesting how life goes? But I buried that hatchet. I sought him out ten years ago. I told him, ‘Look, I apologize.’ You’ve just gotta let that go,” he said. “You gonna walk around with that the rest of your life? He seemed relieved. And then here we are ten years later, and my daughter’s working with him. Life is something.”
Check out the full interview at GQ.