Zach Galifianakis: – – The children have no idea

American actor and comedian Zach Galifianakis (52) has made a name for himself with his roles in comedy films such as “Due Date”, “Masterminds” and not least – The Hangover trilogy.

The “Hangover” films are comedies based on four men who are going on bachelorette parties, when one of them is getting married. After a violent party all night long, they wake up the next day without knowing what they have done.

Galifianakis plays the role of Alan in the films, the socially incompetent cousin and future brother-in-law of Doug, who is the groom in the first edition.

– I think I’m a librarian

In reality, the 52-year-old is a well-married father of two with lots of awards and nominations for his work on the movie screen. He has been married to Quinn Lundberg (38) since 2012 and together they have two sons aged eight and four.

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But even though he is known all over the world, his children do not have such a good idea of ​​what Dad is doing. He reveals this in an interview with Entertainment Tonight during the film premiere of his latest film, “Ron’s Gone Wrong”.

– My children think I’m a librarian somewhere. They know nothing.

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– You’re a terrible parent

He adds that they have also never seen the viewer successes “Hangover” and have no idea that their own father has one of the main roles.

– They will never know about it. I’m going to deny it if they ask. I will say that I do not know what they are talking about and that I had nothing to do with those films, he jokes further.

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But from joke to serious, if or when his children once get to see the film, he admits that it will be a bit complicated.

The film star’s children are still just children, and he is very concerned with preserving their innocence – something the films do not exactly represent.

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– People used to come up to me to say ‘my children love the movies, and then I just say «you are a terrible parent». They have to mature a bit before they see them, the 52-year-old explains.

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