Brian spoke about surviving in Hollywood past his 90210 days and admitted that he doesn’t “get my sense of self-worth from work. I don’t get it from being on set, I don’t get it from those people. I get it when I got home and I see my wife and I see my kids.”
“When I’m laying in a hospital bed and they’re around me, that’s what’s gonna mean something to me,” he continued. “Not the jobs I’ve done or who I worked with… That’s not going to matter. That lives forever on film, but that’s just one aspect [of my life]. That’s not me. That’s what I did. That was my job.”
Brian also chatted with Jaleel about the duo’s parenting style, and how after welcoming their third child, they couldn’t tag team any more.
“My wife and I, we got really good at man-to-man,” he said. “Then you have three and all of a sudden you have to play zone. ‘OK, I’ll cover [this] half of the room, you cover that half. Then if a kid steps in our zone, then we’ve got it covered.’”
“Then you start playing zone by yourself. You start going: ‘Yeah, I can do this,’” Brian added.
Brian and Megan announced their split in May, after she had been rumored to struck up a romance with Machine Gun Kelly.