Irish actor Aidan Turner has told how he turned his back on a wild lifestyle because a hangover isn’t worth it.
The new father, who welcomed his first child with American actress Kaitlyn Fitzgerald earlier this year, traded a 9 p.m. no bedtime for a “hedonistic lifestyle.”
Aidan learned firsthand the ups and downs of parenthood, including having to say goodbye to nights out and endless “sleepless nights.”
The Dublin-born 39-year-old says: morning to go to work.
“I’m not out at all anymore. I’ll be home by 9pm or I’ll be in serious trouble. A hangover isn’t worth it these days.
“Sleepless nights are real. There are certainly big changes. I think everyone will understand what I mean.”
But the Poldark star is missing out on his new lifestyle as his newborn flew off with Caitlin to New York City, where she’s filming a new movie.
He said: “It’s hard. It’s the first time. It’s only been a few days since she’s gone. Yes, it’s hard, but I’m busy. , which is definitely good for me.”
Aidan gained legions of fans as the hunky Poldark in the hit-era BBC drama.
Thanks to his shirtless field scenes and sexy romps, the actor quickly found himself a number one sex symbol.
But he looks a far cry from the clean-shaven Poldark.
He told The Times: 4 times in town.
“I don’t hate it. People were really, really kind, really nice. And it’s always just the fans. It’s a lot of fun to observe and observe people, but I think it’s great that you’re recognized.” People are staring at you. It just feels unsettling. It’s a little creepy.
Aidan will play the role of Dr. Joe O’Loughlin in the brand new series ‘The Suspect’.
Dr. Joe appears to be living the perfect life, with a devoted wife, a loving daughter, a successful practice as a clinical psychologist, a profile in the media, and a publishing deal.
He’s even an online hero after rescuing a young patient who was ready to jump from the 10th floor of the hospital where Joe works.
When a young woman is discovered in a shallow grave in a West London cemetery, veteran police officer DI Vincent Lewis (Sean Parks) and his young partner DS Riya Devi (Angiri Mohindra) are assigned to investigate. But was the young woman murdered or a suicide?
As a successful author, Dr. Joe’s input was highly sought after and when he met DS Devi, he was more than happy to help with profiling and his expertise.
Has Dr. Joe, who has become known for taking risks and breaking rules, still have something to hide? His recent diagnosis of a degenerative disease may explain his behavior. I made it.
But as research into the death of women progresses, we start asking. Do you know the real Joe or does he have a secret life? And did his job as a clinical psychologist allow him to develop a criminal mindset? worse?