Photoshoots > 064 – USA Today (2010)
Stars, they’re just like us. They, too, get displaced by younger siblings when they leave the nest. Now that he’s out of his childhood home in California, Zac Efron gets a jolt whenever he visits his parents and younger brother, Dylan.
“My brother’s in my room now. I’m sleeping in the guest room. I never appreciated how cool my room was until you go in there and your brother has manhandled everything and put posters of every soccer team on the wall. I had my Tyra Banks posters, skateboarding, BMX, sports. I go home and I can’t believe it was my room,” Efron tells USA TODAY’s Donna Freydkin.
And it’s not that Efron is getting taller, per se. It just feels that way. “I feel like a giant in my house because every time I go home, everything just shrinks,” he says.
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Source: USA Today