Susan Sarandon, 74, recently featured on the Divorced Not Dead podcast. In the new episode, the actress spoke with the presenter on personal topics. For example, she named a mandatory “feature” that her soulmate should have.
“This person should be vaccinated against Covid-19,” Sarandon said. She also clarified that gender is not important to her when it comes to relationships.
“I don’t care if it’s a man or a woman. I am also open to all ages and skin colours. For me, these are all just details. But what is important to me is that a person should be an adventurer. And love your job. It can be a teacher, a writer, it can be a successful or unsuccessful person. It is important that he knows who he is. And I was not afraid of people who come up to me on the street and say: “Oh my God, I adore you,” – Susan said.
The actress has three adult children – Eva Amurri from Italian director Franco Amurri and Tim and Jack Robbins from musician and actor Miles Robbins. Therefore, says Susan, it is also important for her that the new partner does not want to start a family.
And although Sarandon, according to her, is open to new relationships since 2015, she likes to be alone after breaking up with Jonathan Bricklin. “I’m pretty open to new relationships. But I feel good alone. The average person is unlikely to want to share my home medicine cabinet with me. Therefore, it can only be someone extraordinary”– the actress summed up.