The 50-year-old actor graces the May 2019 issue of Men’s Health. Inside the issue is where it’s at though. He rocks a skimpy white swimsuit while floating on a pizza inflatable. Check out the pic below along with quotes from the accompanying interview.
On His Abusive Father and Toxic Masculinity
“My father made sure, every time he came in the house, that we were uncomfortable. He was not happy until we were uncomfortable. That meant: Now I got respect. That’s so many men. That was me.”
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On His Wife Temporarily Leaving Him In 2010 Due To His Own Toxic Masculinity
“I was like, ‘Wait a minute. I’m successful. I’ve got this and this. I’m living the dream.’ And she was like, ‘You can have this dream. I’d rather be broke. I’d rather be by myself.’ I said, ‘All right, leave. I’ll go get four more girls. I’ll be fine. Everybody thinks I’m great.’ This is how men work: We roll in a circle, and that camaraderie doesn’t allow for introspection.”