Transcript for Jan. 5, 1987: Kirk Cameron on what his life is like since fame from 'Growing Pains'
A lot of young man though out there who would love to get thousands of letters from young girls every day Kirk I did really enjoy this. How do I I deal with the Kirk you enjoy it. Counselors and deal with anti gay get quite a few letters every week and down. It's it's hard -- all of my kid ends and a single one but I have fan club that we're trying to get together right now and that I include my mom and my dad and my sisters and we all trying to help and read the letters and answer as many as we can. Added that aren't getting it isn't hard getting used to all this attention when you're out in public in Germany kind of mob surrounds you. Yes to hide in a discount. Got to make sure that you don't you know rude or anything like day and nice to people because most people and as it is going autograph a wanna talk to you. And if you openness Kirk I don't your day it's very long it starts in the morning with what and three hours of school on at the Sandia. Yeah usually starts about 8 or 9 o'clock in the morning if I was school 56 I was a work in an hour of one's. And and my days are too off the wall in mean I do go to work. You know today in the angle Holman and at times though my parents and talking with all of my friends but a long day. That Islam but the Selig and now I'm just the kinda happy care free. High school youth. Well I you know I do I do make time to be 16 because I am like you know I worked adult hours and I have to be an adult Wilson day. But I do have to be sixteen to like on weekends that's my sixteen yields. I go to my friends and Angola and means when. And feed my pants and things have me snakes I heard all constrictor issued. And yeah grand Chela. Men have hair on her. Yeah I have four snakes and haven't for insulin that's. Only because I'm allergic to cats and dogs so. You know and that we've heard my eyes gallery and even.
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