The 'American Horror Story' star sat down with Larry King to talk about his success, his siblings, and family life.
During an interview with Larry King, the "American Horror Story" actor Cheyenne Jackson spoke about what it's like being a married man with twins. "It is the best," he said.
He also mentioned that he and his husband, Jason Landau, have slightly different parenting approaches. "We definitely take different roles, naturally," he said. "I am a little bit more of a worrier. I'm a little bit more of, I guess, the mom, in terms of I'm very, very emotional and very tactile – the kids are just always on me. But I'm also more of a disciplinarian than Jason. He plays really crazy and wild with them and I'm always worried about them banging their heads against the wall. I like a really super tight schedule, and he's like, 'Let's just go with it, they're fine.'"
"A typical marriage," said King, who then asked if he and Landau had hoped to have twins.
"Yeah, well they encourage you to put two in just in the hopes that one will be a successful pregnancy. And both did."
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