Edward Opinaldo, PacificCoastNews.com
Noted actor Kiefer Sutherland has admitted that he is afraid of mirrors. “Come over to my house,” he stated. “You won't find a mirror anywhere. I don't like mirrors. They are frightening.” Though Sutherland’s latest film is called Mirrors, the ironies—and Sutherland’s laundry list of fears—don’t end there, Soup Blog sources reveal.
Despite his deep-seated fear of telephone booths, the star appeared in 2001’s Phone Booth. In 1998 he starred in A Soldier’s Sweetheart, even though he’d admitted privately to being “terrified” of women who loved fighting men. Costarring with Woody Harrelson in 1994’s The Cowboy Way was tremendously difficult for Sutherland, who is “scared to death” of the ways cowboys do things. Same for his role in A Few Good Men, as he is “deathly afraid” of small groups of males who are virtuous—though he is apparently at ease with large contingents of excellent men. Sutherland’s public reaction to his upcoming Monsters vs. Aliens remains to be seen.