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And he thought he had to be celibate to maintain the purity of his instrument.” Adding: “My instrument needed tuning.” Tom has religious form He was raised in a devout Catholic household.At the age of 14, he attended a Franciscan seminary in Cincinnati on a scholarship and considered becoming a priest, although legend has it that he got kicked out for stealing alcohol.He’s still one of the most searched for people on Google — but ‘Tom Cruise Is Nuts.com’ is one of the more popular searches.While most religions and their back stories lie somewhere on the ‘continuum of crazy’ and require a special kind of suspension of reality, Scientology has been repeatedly dogged by unpalatable disclosures of former members in recent years, many of which are outlined in documentaries such as Going Clear and My Scientology Movie.Cruise was bullied regularly in the 15 different schools he attended over a 12-year period throughout Canada and America.He split from all three wives when they turned 33 Freudians would have a field day with this one.Cruise is reported to have joined the church after its study courses helped him overcome dyslexia.In a feisty interview about her split from Cruise with Playboy magazine in 1993, Mimi stated: “Here’s the real story. At least for that period of time, it looked as though marriage wouldn’t fit into his overall spiritual need.
The actor described his father as abusive, a bully and a coward who left when he was young, forcing Tom to look for odd jobs like mowing neighbourhood lawns to help his mom, who died last year, with the bills.
He was an early adopter to the notion of adult braces and was pictured wearing them throughout 2002, removing them to shoot movies.
Tom Cruise Day October 6th was officially named as ‘Tom Cruise Day’ in Japan (it’s listed as October 10th on Wikipedia, but this is thought to be incorrect). News that The Church of Scientology are building a new base, or ‘Ideal Org’ (for study and counselling of new recruits), in Firhouse has garnered mixed reactions from locals.
Author Anne Rice publicly criticised the casting of Cruise as Lestat in 1994’s Interview with a Vampire, a big-screen adaptation of her book.
However, after seeing the film, she bought a two-page ad in Daily Variety for ,740, apologising to the actor and commending his performance.