Macaulay Culkin Gets Candid, Reveals He Lost His Virginity At 15
In a rare moment of openness, Macaulay Culkin spills details on losing his virginity at 15 years old during an interview with Anna Faris.
Culkin, 37, opens up about his first sexual experience, potential romantic partners, and favorite meals in an interview on the podcast Anna Faris Is Unqualified.
Losing His Virginity
During a game dubbed "Just Answer," one of the questions asked was what age would he want his potential children to lose their virginities.
"I was about 15, so I think that would be the floor, the youngest that I would be okay with them," he muses, before adding jokingly, "I'd say about 32. I want them to wait till they're married."
Faris chimed in that the first time is usually a letdown and not at all special, but Culkin injected that his was actually special.
"It wasn't gross or weird," he told Faris and cohost Sim Sarna. "We planned it. It was warm and sticky and I thought, 'Geez, this is weird. Am I doing it right?'"
"We listened to [The Beatles'] The White Album, so there you go," Culkin says. "So yeah, that was me losing my virginity at 15."
Current, Potential Romantic Partners
Culkin was equally candid when talking about the best and worst qualities he wants in a potential girlfriend.
While the actor admitted that looks play a role in choosing a partner, he also says that his current girlfriend's personality made him realize that being treated well is also important.
"But also, I'm with a lady right now, and she is so good to me that they feel like blows," Culkin says. "Like, she just does nice things and ... at first I didn't know how to be treated well in that kind of way. It was a strange, almost foreign kind of concept ... Now I realize, it is important to me as well."
He continues that turn-offs include cruelty and not appreciating what he brings to the table. The whole package, he adds, is something that everyone wants.
"I'm getting older," he quips. "I don't have time to just date models anymore, to be honest."
Other memorable answers from the podcast include his favorite childhood shows (Different Strokes, Double Dare, and Thundercats, among others), favorite food (ham broth that he pairs with whiskey), and his first lusty figures (Barbie and Tiffany Amber Thiessen's Kelly Kapowski from Saved by the Bell).