I don't want a politician's life: George Clooney
Hollywood superstar George Clooney has ruled out a run for public office insisting he wouldn't want a politician's life.
Los Angeles: Hollywood superstar George Clooney has ruled out a run for public office insisting he wouldn't want a politician's life.
The Oscar-winning actor has been involved in politics for years and currently fronts a Sudan action campaign.
Many fans believe his marriage to top human rights lawyer, Amal Alamuddin, will prompt Clooney to take a more serious interest in global and national affairs, but the movie star has no interest in becoming a state senator, reported People magazine.
"I've been asked about that for almost 20 years now. The answer is just no. I mean who would ever wanna live like that?
"I'm friends with a lot of those guys and I just think it's hell. I commend people who go into public service, because it's just such a horrible way to get elected. It's such a horrible time while you're in office. No, I wouldn't want to be in politics; I have no interest in it."