George Clooney - George Clooney Puts Career Before Kids
George Clooney says he has never had any desire to become a father - because he's too dedicated to his career and wouldn't be able to give children the attention they need.
George Clooney never wants to become a father - because he's too dedicated to his career.
The 'Descendants' actor - who is currently dating former wrestler Stacy Keibler - has never had any desire to have children as he knows he wouldn't be able to make them his priority.
The 50-year-old star - who was married to actress Talia Balsam from 1989 to 1993 - said: "I've always known fatherhood wasn't for me. Raising kids is a huge commitment and has to be your top priority. For me, that priority is my work. That's why I'll never get married again."
And it seems those around him agree that George wouldn't make a good father.
Amara Miller, who plays his daughter in 'The Descendants', said: "He wouldn't be good as a father. George has fun being an adult and I don't think he'd like having kids."
George also revealed he has no plans to dye his greying hair and is embracing it instead.
He told Australia's Daily Telegraph newspaper: "I hear all this talk about how grey I'm becoming, but I can't imagine ever dyeing my hair. My dad has a full head of white hair and I think it looks pretty good."