“60 Minutes” Profile on Hugh Jackman

December 9, 2012 || Written by Kristina in Film News, General News, Interviews, Les Misérables, Press, Videos || No Comments

If you missed Hugh Jackman on “60 Minutes” tonight, click on the above image to view the 13-minute long profile. As to be expected from the program, it was great, with highlights from Les Misérables (including stunning clips of Hugh’s take on “Bring Him Home” and “Valjean’s Soliloquy”) and talk of family life. Hugh recently confirmed on an Australian radio interview that his dad was not doing well health-wise, and it shows when he speaks of his father and family. Also, there are some looks at Hugh as a baby and in high school, as they show him visiting Knox Grammar School. There’s a transcript you can read here.

Lastly, there are some additional videos accompanying this “60 Minutes” profile, including “Overtime” (showing more Les Mis clips), Hugh talking about keeping fit, his childhood chores, and how wife Deborra-Lee feels about men and women lusting over her husband. Check out the links below:

“60 Minutes Overtime” – Crowe vs. Jackman: The great rivalry of Les Mis.

Being married to a sex symbol – Hugh Jackman’s wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, tells Scott Pelley how she feels about “overexcited” female fans who throw themselves at her husband.

Hugh Jackman on his childhood chores – Jackman describes how his father, a single dad, kept a house of five children running smoothly — and why staying at friends’ homes felt like a treat.

Hugh Jackman’s changing physique – The award-winning actor tells Scott Pelley that his “Wolverine” diet is a strict 4,000 calories a day — and “not the fun calories.”

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