Ugh, why do I get the feeling that’s the same hand gesture Sean Penn makes when someone asks him if he’s dating another actor’s daughter. Just a lazy thumbs up followed by a smoker-voiced “Yeah, Sean Penn might be – wink.”
Sean Penn, the pepperoni Hot Pocket that the universe left in the microwave too long, was seen getting gross on a beach in Hawaii yesterday with a young mystery blonde. Sean Penn has a young blonde in his life, and it’s his daughter Dylan Penn. But unless your name is Stephanie Seymour, the stuff he and his blonde friend were doing definitely wouldn’t be right if it was his daughter.
— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) October 6, 2016
The Daily Mail, the gold standard for getting to the bottom of who famous people are doing, found out who it was. As it turns out, Sean current piece is Vincent D’Onofrio’s 24-year-old daughter Leila George. Fun fact: Sean’s new girlfriend is younger than his daughter. 56-year-old Sean Penn is also one year older than Vincent D’Onofrio and is the same age as Leila’s mom, Greta Scacchi.
Besides being the spawn of two actors, Leila George is also the following: Australian, and an actress with two credits on her IMDB page. One of which is James Franco’s remake of Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?, which leads me to believe that making questionable decisions is a common theme for Leila.
It looks like Sean and Leila may have started doing each other after working together. Leila Instagrammed this picture of the two of them in a studio last week recording the audiobook for Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff by Sean’s current favorite author Pappy Pariah.
Sean may be more than twice Leila’s age, but I’m sure that won’t make things awkward if/when he meets the parents. Being the same age as his lady’s parents means he’ll have at least a few good conversation starters. Like talking about watching the moon landing on TV, or who they voted for in the 1980 presidential election, or if they’ve talked to their doctor about Lipitor yet. There’s no end to the things they’ll have in common!