Miles Robbins, the son of Susan Sarandon, took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to ask followers not to use a video of his mother that appeared to embarrass him.
The 77-year-old Oscar winner made the controversial comments about the Israel-Hamas conflict that led to her Hollywood agency UTA firing her the day before she made the plea.
In the tweet, Miles thanked Twitter users for standing up for his mother, but he also requested that the video of Susan getting her hair done in a sheer bra and white robe not be shared any further because it disturbed him.
After Susan Sarandon made the headlines with her controversial comment on Israel Hamas conflict. Several people were interested in her personal life.
Sarandon has three children – Eva Amurri, Miles Robbins, and Jack Henry Robbins.
Who is Eva Amurri?
The eldest child of Susan Sarandon and Italian director Franco Amurri, Eva Amurri was born in 1985. Eva has made a name for herself as an actress, following in her mother’s footsteps, with prominent parts in movies such as “Dead Man Walking,” “Anywhere But Here,” and “The Banger Sisters.” Her other passions include lifestyle influence and starting the blog “Happily Eva After.” Eva has three children from her previous marriage to Kyle Martino.
Who is Miles Robbins?
Miles Robbins is the second child of Susan Sarandon and first with Actor Tim Robbins. Miles has followed in his parent’s footsteps by pursuing a career in acting and music. His acting prowess has been on display in movies like “Gaslit,” “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” and “Halloween.” Miles also sings lead vocals for the band Phantogram.
Who is Jack Henry Robbins?
Tim and Susan Robbins’ youngest child, Jack Henry Robbins, was born in 1989. As a writer and director, Jack has established a solid reputation for himself in the entertainment business. Among his notable credits are his directing roles in movies such as “White Rabbit” and “The Ballad of Lefty Brown.” Jack has been successful as a filmmaker and has also written for television programs like “The OA” and “Black Mirror.”