People have told me the show is therapy -- they have a good cry, but also they feel like they have a better approach to their own life by watching the show.” has set the bar high for his real-life relationships!
“Totally hurts because people are like, ‘Man, I wish my husband were more like Jack,'" he explained.
There are things that happen to you in your life that shape who you are. It wasn’t until my mid to late twenties that the job wears on you, relationships wear on you. When you get knocked over the head in life, it builds your perspective.” On if he wants kids: “At some point.
Everything I’ve been through from jobs to friendships to partnerships, everything has built me to who I am. I’m sure I’ll be a father when I’m meant to be a father.
The show is a critical and commercial hit, and Ventimiglia earned his first Emmy nomination this year in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category.“People need shows that are similar to their life, where heart and family is front and center," Ventimiglia says of the series' popularity.
"Hopefully, it’s forcing them to look at their lives, how to make a positive change, to connect with a family member or connect with a loved one, see another side, communicate.
Milo had previously denied rumours of a relationship with the star, who was then 18.