Actor Sam Worthington has no interest in settling down and is happy to own very little of his own, keeping his belongings in two bags.
Sam Worthington keeps all his belongings in two bags..
The 'Terminator Salvation' actor has never felt the need to settle down and prefers to travel light with only the things that he needs to survive.
He said: "I've got a bag of clothes and a bag of books. I don't own a phone and I don't want to own one. Sydney's home but I am never normally there. I'm a gypsy. I go where the work is.
"The white picket fence at home in Australia has never really appealed to me. I'm not very responsible when it comes to mortgages, bills, paperwork.
"I could have had that years ago and I chose not to. Maybe when I'm 60 I'll settle down. At the moment I like my lifestyle."
The 35-year-old star insists he never became an actor because he wanted to be famous but also admitted his profession does not stem from a childhood ambition.
He told Britain's Cosmopolitan magazine: "I didn't set out to be famous; if I'd wanted that, I would have gone on 'Big Brother'. I'm not a fan of people who say they put a sheet up in the backyard when they were seven and entertained everyone. When I was seven, I thought I was a fire truck."