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Alan Cumming: ‘I have vegan powers!’

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Busy bees take note. Alan Cumming is revealing his secret to juggling his busy work schedule and social life and still looking good.

“I have vegan powers!” exclaimed the actor during a recent interview. “I have just been for an IV. No, seriously. An IV of vitamins. I really look after myself.”

Cumming has been a vegan since 2012 and is now reprising his Tony award winning role in the Broadway musical ‘Cabaret’ in addition to starring in this hit TV series ‘The Good Wife.’ He credits his diet and healthy lifestyle to handling it all and said they are what allows him to keep up with the younger actors on stage. He might be turning 50 this year but he’s doing more than the ones half his age.

“I party like a 22-year-old as well, but I’m a sensible 22-year-old. I always drink lots of water; I take loads of vitamins. I’m very fit. I do stuff,” he explained. “I look at people, the kids more than half my age, and they are falling by the wayside. And I do 16 things before I come in. But I have good genes. My mother is really sprightly. I’ve always been like this. I thrive on it. I like feeling alive!”

Via Backstage

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