Ava Eliot Jackman Bans Superstar Father From Her Dance Class:
He is one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. And he has just made his fans even happier with all his singing and dancing in The Greatest Showman. But, despite his A-list status, Hugh’s Jackman Daughter, Ava Eliot Jackman, has banned him from attending her dance class.
The 50-year old Australian star recently opened about this in an interview. He says that 60 young girls once came up to him. And this was when he was watching Ava during a class. As a result, his daughter, Ava Eliot Jackman, barred him from ever attending her dance class again.
Hugh’s Jackman Daughter is of the opinion that her father draws too much attention, which is somewhat embarrassing to her. The actor, on the other hand, is naturally upset about the fact. He feels sad to not be able to watch his daughter dance again, more so because he is a big fan of the art form.
Hugh Jackman’s son-Oscar
Hugh Jackman also has an 18-year old son, Oscar, who no longer listens to the actor’s advice. The actor is also going through a rough sailing on the parenting front. Jackman goes on to say that anytime he asks his son to do something or listen to him, Oscar denies it. He says that he is an adult now and can do anything he wants.
Regardless, his wife is always there to guide him and give him advice when he needs it. Hugh shares his children with wife Deborra-Lee Furness, 63. Both his children, Oscar Maximilian Jackman, and Ava Eliot Jackman, are adopted.
Hugh Jackman’s daughter -Ava Jackman
Jackman is a Hollywood heavyweight. And currently, the actor is busy with his one-man show, The Man. The Music, The Show around the world. He will also be performing at the upcoming AFL Grand Final in Melbourne at the MCG on September 28.
It was very difficult for the organizers to find a suitable musical act to perform at the upcoming game. But they found their headliner in Hugh, who is also a huge fan of Port Adelaide. Ava Eliot Jackman’s father has also performed the National Anthem at the MCG for the Bledisloe Cup in 1997.