The American actor, who won two Oscars, during an interview with “ET Canada” that aired on Monday, corrected a sentence made by his interlocutor that included a reference to his six children.
American actor Robert De Niro, 79, revealed that he finally became a father for the seventh time.
During an interview with ET Canada that aired on Monday, the two-time Oscar-winning actor corrected a sentence made by his interviewer that included a reference to his six children.
The representative replied that the number of children has become “seven, in fact.” “I just had a baby,” he said, without giving any indication of the baby’s gender or the identity of his mother.
De Niro’s agent confirmed the news to AFP.
Robert De Niro had two children from his first wife Diane Abbott, who co-starred with him in the movie “Taxi Driver”, and two other children from actress and singer Grace Hightower, from whom he separated in 2018.
He also has twins with model Tokie Smith, with whom he had a relationship in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The actor is currently promoting his latest film, “My Dad and Me,” which is scheduled to hit theaters in the United States on May 26.
Often described as one of the most important actors of his generation, De Niro won two Academy Awards before he reached the age of 40: first in the Best Supporting Actor category in 1974 for The Godfather Part Two, and then in the Best Supporting Actor category. Actor in 1981 thanks to his portrayal of boxer Jake LaMotta in the movie “Raging Bull”.