Kieran Culkin is keen to focus on fatherhood following the end of 'Succession'.
The 41-year-old actor enjoyed huge success playing Roman Roy in the hit HBO drama series, but Kieran is now keen to focus on his family life.
Kieran - who has Wilder Wolf, two, and Kinsey Sioux, four, with his wife Jazz Charton - told The Hollywood Reporter: "I’m really looking forward to it when I get home because the last couple weeks I haven’t really been much of a parent."
Kieran plans to shut himself off from the outside world for one week while he focuses on his family.
He said: "I’m going to turn the world off for about a week and just be a dad. ‘Did you read the email?’ No, I did not. [I’m doing] nothing at all, except just diapers and bath time and stuff for like a week."
Kieran also revealed that he actually enjoyed himself during the writers' strike in 2023, because it allowed him to spend more time at home.
The actor shared: "It had been really … probably shouldn’t say, I don’t care… lovely for me. I’d been hiding behind it. I’m like, ‘No work? Fantastic.'"
Kieran won the award for Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama at the Golden Globes for 'Succession' .
The Hollywood star recently revealed that his gong was sitting between his kids' Sesame Street stuffed animals.
He told Variety: "My kids have these two little stuffies of Bert and Ernie, so the Globe is currently between Bert and Ernie."
Kieran later explained why a Big Bird animal hasn't joined the collection.
He joked: "The problem with the Big Bird stuffie is he's the same size as all the others. Grover, Elmo, you got all of them. They're all the same size and I wanted to get a Big Bird, but it's not big."