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- December 04, 2000
- Vol. 54
- No. 24
Right at Home
Rory, the New Culkin on the Block, Stands Alone in You Can Count on Me
He's still generous to his brother's fans, but these days the younger Culkin is very much his own man. In the new drama You Can Count on Me, Culkin, 11, a Manhattan sixth grader, plays the vulnerable 8-year-old son of a small-town single mother (Laura Linney). Variety lauded his performance as "flawless." Costar Matthew Broderick agrees. "He was just wonderful," he says. "He seemed perfectly comfortable in his own skin."
Well, he does have the Culkin genes. Of his six older siblings, Macaulay, 20, Kieran, 18, and Christian, 13, are working actors, while Shane, 24, and sister Quinn, 16, are studying the craft. (Dakota, 22, also gave it a shot but not for long.) "Ever since he was very little, he has been around it," says his mother, Patricia Brentrup, 46, who split bitterly from the children's father, Christopher "Kit" Culkin, 55, in 1995.
There's no doubting Macaulay's influence. Rory scored bit parts in three of his films—1993's The Good Son and '94's Richie Rich and Getting Even with Dad—before winning his role in Count on Me. Thanks to Mac's public travails, including a recent separation from actress Rachel Miner, 20, Rory, who says he likes "to draw dungeons, dragons, moats" in his spare time, is well aware of the downside of fame. Still, he is undeterred. "It'd be cool to be like Mac," he says. "He has a good house. He writes sometimes. It just looks like a good life."
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