My Travelling Life

Hopping on trains & horse riding: Kiefer Sutherland's travelling life

The actor-turned-singer spends much of his time on tour, but travel is a chance to disappear into new, wide open spaces

14 July 2019 - 00:00 By The Daily Telegraph

I played more than 100 gigs last year, which means I am constantly packing my life into a suitcase and travelling back and forth between Europe and the US. On average I am on the road with my band for three months a year - I only spent a few weeks in total at my
Los Angeles home in 2018.

My first big trip abroad was as a young adult of 17, when I travelled to France to do the publicity for The Bay Boy (1984), which was filmed on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. I remember being so broke in France that I would have to stuff myself in the canteen set up for the journalists. I'd smuggle some of their free food out before heading back to my hotel room...

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