Harrison Ford (77) is probably one of the most famous and successful actors of the last five decades. He has been part in vast number of successful productions and was awarded for his work multiple times.
But when it comes to his private life, Ford keeps it exactly that: private. He avoids public appearances and parties. And hardly anyone knows that the Star Wars star has five children.
Harrison Ford: These are his oldest children
Harrison Ford has four sons and one daughter from a total of three marriages. From his first marriage (1964 to 1979) to chef Mary Marquardt, Ford has two children: his eldest son Benjamin Ford (52) and son Willard Ford (50).
Benjamin Ford followed in the footsteps of his mother Mary and has established himself as a chef. Some people may know Ben Ford, who has appeared in several cooking shows, like Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen.
Not much is known about his second son Willard Ford (50). He is active in the sports industry and is the owner of the gym "Strong Sports Gym". He has also launched a sportswear brand.
Harrison Ford: He has five children from three marriages
Harrison Ford also had two children with screenwriter Melissa Mathison (†65), to whom he was married from 1983 to 2004. Malcolm Ford (32) and Georgia Ford (29) were born in 1987 and 1990. Maybe you already know Harrison Ford's daughter Georgia Ford?
She got her first role in the movie American Milkshake in 2013 and later appeared in movies like True Story - she had to put her acting career on ice because of epilepsy.
Harrison's son Malcolm Ford is the problem child of the family. Since 2008, he has been part of the indie rock band The Dough Rollers. He's repeatedly made headlines with drug and alcohol abuse.
Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart have a son
Since 2002, Ford has been in a relationship with actress Calista Flockhart (55), and they have been married since 2010. Liam Flockhart (19) is their adopted son.
We are curious to see if one day, Liam will follow in his father's footsteps. Until now, most of Ford's children have rather gone their own way.