Kevin Hart brought all of his humor to the ‘Wendy Williams Show’ for a sit-down interview that was filled with thrills and spills. The comedian talked about all things family, including his desire not to raise child stars.


Although he has a big personality onscreen and center stage, Kevin described himself as pretty laid back. “I’m a low-key guy,” said the actor. “When I am home, I am with my kids. I’m in the house. I love being a dad. When I’m home it’s all about being a dad.”

Hart couldn’t help but gush about his kids telling Wendy, “My daughter [Heaven] is seven, my son [Hendrix] is five. My daughter hates for people to ask for pictures. She’s a daddy’s girl… She’s a H.A.M. My son is a little slower,” he said jokingly. “I don’t know what’s going on. Boys catch up a little later.”

Although he, like many parents, believes that his kids would make great entertainers, Kevin does not want Heaven and Hendrix going down the road of a child/teen star. “I feel like child stars all end up crazy with the exception of of Keisha Knight Pulliam. I know her. She is sane,” said Hart. “A lot of them are crazy or on drugs so I don’t want my kids going down that path. I try to keep them away from it, but at the same time, they are in it because they understand what their dad does. I bring them to sets. If I got a show or if I am doing a TV show, movies, whatever, they understand what their father does because I want them to know if I am busy, this is why. But I don’t want them in the business right now.”

Heaven and Hendrix are Kevin and ex-wife Torrei’s children.




Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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