Scott Foley is comfortable collectively collectively along with his resolution to maneuver east.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the 49-year-old actor and his companion made the option to relocate out of Los Angeles, the place he’d lived for 30 years.

In an interview with Fox 29’s Stephanie Weaver, Foley revealed that they packed up and took their three kids – Malina Jean, 11, Keller Alexander, 9, and Konrad, 6 – to the East Coast.

The resolution, he talked about, was “all about the best place to raise children.”

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Scott Foley said he's ‘glad’ that he and his family moved out of Los Angeles.

Scott Foley talked about he is ‘glad’ that he and his household moved out of Los Angeles.
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“It’s the best. I’m so glad we did it,” Foley gushed. “It’s been a wonderful experience. My kids love the public schools here. My wife has made friends, so it’s a good thing.”

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Foley talked about that he wasn’t all the time such a household man, nonetheless, beforehand placing his work excessive on his doc of priorities – a similarity between himself and his newest character Nick Blackburn on the present “The Big Leap.” Foley’s character Blackburn is an authorities producer of a actuality dance rivals present.

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“I am embarrassed to say that I am fairly similar to this character,” the actor talked about. “Work comes first for him, and for a long time in my life that’s how it was.”

He determined to take the place after working as the host of “Ellen’s Next Great Designer,” a actuality present.

“The inside look that I had on the behind-the-scenes drama that happens on reality shows was something that I thought was too good to pass up,” he shared.

Scott Foley in ‘The Big Leap.'

Scott Foley in ‘The Big Leap.’
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“The Big Leap” is a feel-good present that focuses on self-acceptance and empowerment.

Foley talked about he is hoping that viewers see the new present as “an hour of escapism” that lets them “relate to the characters on screen, laugh a little bit and enjoy themselves.”

“The Big Leap” airs Mondays at 8/9c on FOX.