02:50 PM EDT 12/16/2014
Originally posted 02/10/2009 07:45AM
He's got a hit HBO show, two Emmy nods under his belt, and a role in the family comedy Hotel for Dogs. But what really makes Kevin Dillon want to brag?
Flourishing orange trees, a yard he helped landscape, paintings he bought on eBay and his two leading ladies, wife Jane and daughter Ava.
At 43, Dillon is a down-to-earth homebody who would rather hunker down on his Malibu spread than hit the Hollywood clubs preferred by his “Entourage” alter ego, Johnny “Drama” Chase. His real-life entourage consists of stay-at-home mom Jane Stuart, 30, their daughter Ava, 2, and Amy, his 18-year-old daughter from a previous relationship (who often visits from the East Coast).
“I feel like I've done it all, so there's nothing really more for me to do in that department. I just don't have any desire,” says Dillon, looking out over the solar-heated pool, hot tub, and yard filled with palm and citrus trees. “I want to enjoy the days.”
Originally posted 05/31/2006 09:00AM
Entourage actor Kevin Dillon and his wife, model-actress Jane Stuart, have welcomed their first child, his rep has confirmed.
Originally posted 04/24/2006 05:00PM
Entourage actor Kevin Dillon married his girlfriend, model-actress Jane Stuart in Las Vegas on Saturday, his rep has confirmed to PEOPLE.
Originally posted 06/15/2005 12:00PM
Entourage actor Kevin Dillon, 39, recently got engaged to his girlfriend, model-actress Jane Stuart, 27, PEOPLE has learned.
Originally posted 10/01/2004 06:00AM
Of course actors make money from their movies – but John Travolta is hoping that his latest, Ladder 49 (opening Friday), will also make some dough for other people: namely firefighters. "This movie is an absolute confirmation of them," Travolta told us at a premiere event in Baltimore that raised $175,000 for the city's Fire Foundation. "For what little money they get – and trust me, it's not enough – maybe if this movie does one thing it could get them a raise." The actor, who grew up in Englewood, N.J., home to many firefighters, said the heroic deeds of the first responders on Sept. 11 were part of his motivation to take on the role. "I wanted to give something back to them," he said. "How does an actor give back? We give money, we give time, we visit the (fire) stations – but, it's like, we've got to do more. So when this script came on my plate, I thought, 'Wow, now I have an opportunity to give more.' All the other actors felt this, too."
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