Susan Sarandon’s Youngest Son Is Now in His 30s, Taller than Her & Has Cut His Long Hair

Susan Sarandon’s three children have followed in her footsteps by pursuing careers in Hollywood. She openly discusses motherhood, including her youngest child, who explores cross-dressing.

Susan has a daughter and two sons from two different relationships. Her eldest, Eva Amurri, 38, was born in March 1985 to Italian film director Franco Amurri.

The BAFTA Award-winning actress became a mother for the second time in May 1989 when she had her son, Jack Robbins, 34, with actor Tim Robbins. Three years later, in May 1992, their youngest son, Miles Robbins, 31, was born.

In a televised interview on the now-defunct chat show “Anderson Live,” hosted by Anderson Cooper, Susan revealed that she raised her children in New York City. According to her, the Big Apple provided a better environment for their upbringing compared to Los Angeles. “I think living in New York is really helpful because you’re with everybody. You’re not isolated,” she explained.

Susan emphasized that her kids took public transportation, used the subway, and attended schools where they interacted with people from diverse backgrounds.

She admitted that raising her children in New York was “easier” than in LA, where they might have grown up in a gated community with excessive attention to trivial matters.

The red-haired actress highlighted that, besides providing access to education, the most valuable thing she gave her children was “flexibility and adaptability,” making them more open to embracing differences.

Today, Susan’s adult children have pursued careers in showbiz. Like her Academy Award-winning mother, Eva is an actress known for her roles in “Dead Man Walking” (1995) and “Earthly Possessions” (1999).

Jack is a writer and director, recognized for the hit television show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (2003) and the film “Alex” (2019). Meanwhile, Miles is a musician and actor who studied documentary film and music production at Brown University but left before graduating.

In a June 2015 interview, Susan disclosed more about her youngest child, Miles, sharing that he occasionally cross-dresses. As an LGBTQ advocate, Susan acknowledged the challenges of parenting, stating, “As a mother, I know how difficult it is to survive the teenage years intact and the socialization process – if you step out of line, it’s so difficult.”

The six-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee, expressing happiness about witnessing the “fluidity of gender” today, mentioned that her children see beyond gender stereotypes. She added, “My son Miles is a musician and a DJ, and sometimes when his band performs, they all wear dresses, and he has long hair.”

In a written piece for HuffPost in June 2016, Miles, a contributor at the time, addressed the cross-dressing topic, questioning the media’s fascination with it and rhetorically asking, “Is it really that strange for a guy to wear a dress?”

Miles clarified that wearing dresses is not new, especially among fellow musicians. He explained that he wears dresses during performances and at fancy events because he dislikes “neckties.” “I wear dresses to embrace femininity (adjective) but not to reassign my gender to female (noun),” he added.

Miles finds it absurd that wearing a dress or pants would automatically categorize someone into the LGBTQ community.

Expressing empathy for the transgender community, Miles believes it’s challenging for them to be open about their sexual orientation, especially in the age of cyberbullying.

Miles wishes that gender shouldn’t be assigned on public documents, as he believes it puts pressure on transgender individuals.

The “Let It Snow” star admitted being offended when articles about his cross-dressing were forwarded by a former colleague. He feels he doesn’t owe anyone an explanation about his gender identity because he doesn’t struggle with it.

Miles admitted he isn’t a typical heterosexual man who enjoys watching football but is more drawn to activities appreciated by the opposite sex, such as cooking and baking.

The “Halloween” star, who can sew, enjoys listening to singer-songwriter and actress Joanna Newsom and has binge-watched the VH1 reality television show “Daisy of Love” about six times. Despite his friends’ surprise, he also enjoys hockey.

Miles openly discussed his sex life, revealing he’s never slept with a man but has kissed a few. He clarified his attraction to women, admitting a strong connection to the male onscreen character of special agent Dale Cooper from “Twin Peaks.”

However, Miles insisted that this doesn’t mean he identifies as LGBTQ. He merely allows himself to be who he is and show interest in things that appeal to him.

This includes his hair, which he had grown out over the years. By August 2023, the movie star appeared to have cut off his hair, sharing a picture on Instagram with his new short hair look.

In the same month, Miles was seen posing with his famous mother at the SAG-AFTRA picket line in NY, towering over her as they held placards.