Born in the 1980s, Macaulay Culkin soon became a movie star by the time he was just 10-years-old. He starred as Kevin McAllister in the popular world famous comedy movie, Home Alone. Two years later, he starred in the sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Macaulay Culkin was becoming very famous, very quickly and started becoming a household name, especially during Christmas. The other movies he starred in are Uncle Buck, My Girl, Richie Rich, Party Monster and The Page Master among others. He also played a small role in Michael Jackson’s ‘Black and White’ video. Ever since his movies, Macaulay Culkin had been in the news quite a few times.
However, in most cases, this third of the seven children in his family did not enjoy good reviews. Popular reports claimed that he retired from the movies when he was 14 years old and focused on leading a secluded life-style by keeping his private life from being exposed to the public. In 2004, he was arrested for less than an ounce of marijuana in possession along with two other controlled substances. He was briefly in jail but made bail quite quickly. He was further handed out three, one-year suspended prison terms in order to pay a fine.
Even though he hasn’t been in the movies, there is one person that he worked with and never forgot. During a recent interview, Catherine O’Hara was asked whether she was in touch with Macaulay Culkin. She said that she hadn’t seen him in a while but bumped into him in an art exhibit. When Macaulay Culkin, he immediately exclaimed ‘Mommy!’, to which she replied ‘Baby!’.
Catherin O’Hara said that it was nice to see him after such a long time, and they got a photo together, clicked by her husband. When asked what he was up to, he replied that he had been living in Paris and was happy to see Catherine after such a long time. Macaulay Culkin has been absent to the public eye, until 2013 when a video of him eating a cheese pizza went viral in YouTube. According to the reports, he was imitating Andy Warhol, consuming a Burger King Whopper like he did during a documentary, 66 scenes in America.