Susan Sarandon‘s daughter Eva Amurri has lifted the lid what it was really like growing up with celebrity parents.
In a recent TikTok video, Amurri, 37, likened her childhood to “growing up in the circus”.
Eva is the daughter of the nine-time Oscar nominee and winner and her former partner, Italian director Franco Amurri.
Watch the video above.
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Sarandon and Amurri met in 1981 when he was an assistant director on her movie Tempest. They later got to know each other when the actress filmed Mussolini and I in Rome in 1984.
In her video, Eva, who is a successful lifestyle blogger on her blog Happily Eva After, applies make-up while responding to a question from a fan about growing up around other celebrity children.
“Yes, I did grow up with a lot of other kids of celebrities,” she said. “People growing up in the industry sometimes liken the experience to growing up in the circus, in the sense that you spend these really surreal periods of time really closely intertwined with other people,” she added.
“Whether that’s other people’s families or individuals… you’re spending all this time with a certain group and you become so, so close. Almost like family,” Eva explained.
The blogger went on to reveal that while this period can be very fun, spending holidays with other celebrity kids and making memories with them, that time quickly comes to an end.
“One of the things that’s really disorienting about the acting world is that when the project is done, a lot of times everyone just goes their separate ways, and you just disappear back into real life and it can be really sad sometimes,” she said.
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Eva said that while her family stayed close with some families, others simply slipped away.
“It’s always a unique experience to grow up that way and I think there’s a certain common thread that you feel with other people that grow up in this strange world,” Eva added.
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