Chad Michael Murray Says He Keeps His Faith In Hollywood: ‘I Stick To The Things I Believe In’

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Chad Michael Murray does not back down from his religious beliefs.

Murray, 40, admitted he turned down projects he didn’t feel were compatible with his beliefs in a recent interview with Fox News Digital.

“I stick to the things I believe in,” Murray said. “Let’s just say a piece of material had to fall on my desk, which has happened many times over the past 22 years, which I don’t necessarily think is what I believe in or what I’m selling – so this is not for me.”

“I don’t want to interfere in something that I don’t believe in in any way because it will destroy it for everyone else involved,” he added. “If you don’t fully love and embrace the character you’re playing, it will show on screen. I always want to give the people I work with and the people who are going to watch the movie, the best of me .”

Chad Michael Murray opened up about how he keeps his faith strong amid his Hollywood experience in a recent interview with Fox News Digital.

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Among the other ways Murray keeps his faith strong amid his Hollywood experience is reading his Bible and doing devotions every morning.

“I get up every day and put on this spiritual armor, read the Bible and do some devotions, and then get ready to go to work,” Murray told Fox News Digital when talking about his upcoming film, “Fortress: Sniper’s Eye”.

“I get up every day and put on this spiritual armor, read the Bible and do some devotions, and then get ready to go to work.”

—Chad Michael Murray

“I feel stronger and safer walking my trays every day knowing that I have God with me every day. Jesus is there with me every day,” he said before add: “When you have this comfort you feel safe, you feel different, you feel the opportunity to manipulate more, your shoulders are bigger, you can carry more weight.”

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Murray explained that he and his wife kept the pack together and led a traditional lifestyle.
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Murray explained that he and his wife kept the pack together and led a traditional lifestyle.
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Along with creating a space where the actor feels “safe and comfortable,” Murray also noted that he keeps his “pack” together, explaining that wherever he goes, his wife and children follow him. .

Murray met his wife Sarah Roemer on the set of “Chosen” in 2014. By 2015, the two were married. They share two children together.

“My family and I, for example, we don’t separate. We go everywhere. My kids, my wife, they go everywhere we go. So I’m chilling with Bruce Willis in Puerto Rico — they’re there. Although they’re on the beach, it’s very different.”

“We keep the peloton together. We have a very traditional family life. We’re not people who usually go out and hang out. I’m not a good hobnobber. That’s not my strong suit. I have to be honest. I’m more of a homebody.”

Murray knew he wanted to be in the entertainment industry when he was 15 and he launched his career with a role in ‘Gilmore Girls’ in 2000. Since then he has starred in films and series TV shows, including “One Tree Hill”. “, “A Cinderella story” and “House of Wax”.

Murray sticks to his beliefs and reads the Bible every day before going on set.

Murray sticks to his beliefs and reads the Bible every day before going on set.
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Most recently, Murray worked alongside Bruce Willis on Fortress: Sniper’s Eye. The actors previously filmed “Survive the Night” together.

Murray explained how grateful he was to have been able to work alongside Willis and get to know him as the actor recently announced his retirement.

“I think I would say the majority of us all have an admiration for [Bruce Willis]. He was my childhood. He’s a big part of my childhood – John McClane [‘Die Hard’] and “Hudson Hawk” and “The Last Boy Scout” and all those great movies that I grew up watching and loved so much – I found an identity and wanted to be those characters growing up. I wanted to represent them in my future.”

“So for me to have this chance to walk on set and not just collaborate, but really create a relationship and get to know each other a bit and talk and exchange old war stories and jokes, to blunder, to laugh and to have those moments on set – those are moments that I don’t take lightly, for which I am extremely grateful.”

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