EXCLUSIVE: Jack Quaid Says Parents Dennis and Meg Ryan Aren't Scared of Him on 'Vinyl' -- 'YET!'
Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid's Son Jack Quaid Is All Grown Up
There's always a certain amount of expectation for the children of celebrities, and for Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid's son, Jack Quaid, the bar was set pretty high. But now the 25-year-old is all grown up, and it's clear he inherited both his parents' good looksandtalent.
Roles in major films such asThe Hunger Games, Tragedy Girls,andLogan Luckyearned him a spot onPeople's2017 One's to Watch list, and at the celebratory party, Jack was asked: When did you feel you "made it" in Hollywood?
"This is pretty cool," he said. "But it is just really fun doing this. So let's just keep it up. Making it or not, this is great."
Despite growing up with parents who starred in classic films such asSleepless in SeattleandThe Parent Trap,Jack toldPeoplethe idea of fame hasn't gone to his head. That is in part due to what he described as his "too awkward to function" teen years (We can relate, Jack!)
But we think it's safe to say that he's definitely past that phase, and has evolved into one of Hollywood's most adorable rising stars. Just check out how grown up he is now!
An 11-year-old Jack looks too cute enjoying a Lakers game with his dad.
Jack seems so happy and starstruck on the red carpet with Dennis.
Meg and Jack are mother-and-son goals strolling around Los Angeles.
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