Three-year-old Timothy followed in the footsteps of their parents. According to one of the staff of the school, the boy did not hesitate to perform on stage. At the moment the heir to the star family attends classes in three directions.
Paul Priluchny and agate muceniece from an early age my son will love to be creative. Three-year-old Timothy followed in the footsteps of their parents. The boy became one of pupils of the Academy Igor Krutoy.
“Paul and Agatha brought Tim to our Academy in September, said the “StarHit” the General Director of the institution Stella Chechnyans. – First, we had an open lesson, and then listening. Boy, the jury is not scared like many other children. He surely had read a few poems and sang a few rousing songs. Timothy immediately won the hearts of teachers. He is now engaged in vocal, choreography and acting. Tim in two hours time to explore several disciplines. It is just like an adult distributes his own time. For example, 15 minutes, the boy learns dances and then runs for singing in another room. By the way, he is unlike other children receives a maximum of 2 hours. I think that this effort will grow a talented and successful man like his dad, who, incidentally, has come to see how things work in the Academy.”
The son of Paul and Agatha, has already been at work with dad. As admitted Priluchny “StarHit”, the boy loved the pavilions, where he filmed the second part of the series Major. “In fact Timothy was me a couple of times on the court. Honestly, he was not happy about what I’m doing. For him it is boring and stupid. I understand – it is now much more interesting “Peppa Pig”, “Spiderman”, “paw patrol”. And my films yet. Despite the fact that I was there doing different tricks. He is not appreciated” – said the actor.
Recall that the family of movie stars is growing even daughter MIA, who was born in March of this year. During pregnancy Agata continued to work and tried to hide the changed shape. The actress starred in the TV series “Civil marriage”, which very soon will be able to evaluate the audience.