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Celebrity Parents and Kids

Hollywood's hot moms, dads, and kids spill about their lives, careers, and family relationships.

Our favorite celebrities dish on their starring role as parents.

The perky Good Morning America lifestyle anchor is such an early riser she can't see kids Duff, 11, and Kate, 8, in the mornings. But she makes up for it by being Super Mom when she's home.

Just like his character, Adam, on NBC's Parenthood, the actor finds that being dad to real-life son Roman, 11, is a matter of trial and error.

In addition to penning 20 novels, the bestselling author has also written plays with sons Kyle, 21, and Jake, 19, and a YA book with daughter Samantha, 17. Creativity seems to be a family trait.

Who's behind the cold, conniving matriarch on ABC's hit show Revenge? A down-to-earth mom...and cattle rustler!

On TV the talk show host is totally over-the-top. At home she dials it down with her husband and 12-year-old...but only a little.

As mom to star quarterbacks Peyton and Eli, she's our First Lady of Football. No wonder she knows how to score a Super Bowl party touchdown.

He's the funny guy behind Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin. But his jokes usually bomb with daughters Maude, 14, and Iris, 10.

The Community star has proudly passed down his snarky sense of humor to sons Eddie, 7, and Isaac, 4, whether wife Sarah likes it or not.

The perky anchorwoman turned daytime-TV host, 55, dishes about work as well as life offscreen with daughters Ellie, 21, and Carrie, 16.

The blockbuster novelist, 50, is a master of suspense. But at home, it's his kids—Charlotte, 18, Ben, 15, Will, 13, and Eve, 11—who keep him guessing.

The irrepressible Today cohost, 59, gets chatty about her top job: being mom to son Cody, 22, and daughter Cassidy, 19.

This jack-of-all-trades does live-action TV shows as well as big-screen movies and lends his voice to animation.

Every day is Christmas for this jolly guy. Well, at least when he's onstage playing Santa in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

Comedy isn't just a career for this 47-year-old alum of Saturday Night Live.

Hugh Jackman's latest film, Real Steel, is set in the future, when robots have replaced humans in boxing.

When the 44-year-old sings, everyone stops and listens. The musician and actor wishes he'd get the same reception at home in Connecticut from daughters Georgia, 15; Kate, 14; and Charlotte, 9.