‘Superman’ Dean Cain Opens Up About Hollywood ‘Debauchery’ – ‘I’ve Asked Forgiveness For Those Things’

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Earlier this year, the former “Superman” star Dean Cain, who has long been known as one of the only openly conservative stars in Hollywood, fled the liberal-run state of California in search of a better life in Las Vegas, Nevada. Now, Cain is opening up about the “debauchery” that he witnessed during his decades in Hollywood.

Cain Talks Hollywood ‘Debauchery’

“I have my opinions,” Cain recently said, according to Faithwire. “You see a lot of debauchery in Hollywood. I’ve been debaucherous myself; I’ve done things that I’m not proud of. I’ve asked forgiveness for those things and I’ve mended my ways. There’s just so many things about being there.”

While Cain admitted that it’s possible to live a “godly” life in Hollywood, he made sure to add that it’s much easier to do so away from that world.

“You don’t find a whole lot of [Christian faith], certainly not openly, in Hollywood,” said Cain, 57. “That’s why I make all of the faith-based films that I make, because I want those messages out there. … I think those movies are really important.”

Cain Focusing On Faith-Based Movies

These days, Cain is focused on making faith-based movies that “stick with” audiences.

“They may affect someone’s life and they may speak to an experience somebody understands,” he explained. “And, if that happens, I’ve done the right thing by making that film.”

In this same interview, Cain confessed that developing his relationship with God has been a “process” for him.

“We all have our own process,” Cain stated. “You may grow up in a household that’s full of Christian teachings and go to church every Sunday and still have those questions — and that’s natural. I believe it’s a natural thing, and everybody’s relationship with God is subjective, it’s unique, and the way they get there … is their own journey.”

“And I’ll just say, God and I have a lot more conversations now than we did when I was 25,” he concluded.

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Cain Flees California

Cain previously opened up about why he decided to leave the liberal world of California.

“I had to leave California,” Cain told The Messenger last month. “California has gone crazy in a sense. There’s been so much. Look at the taxation. Look at the regulations. Look at the silly laws that have been passed.”

“There were things that I didn’t agree with, and I’ve been voting here and living here and working here my entire life,” he continued. “I finally got to a place where I was like, I don’t agree with this.”

Cain went on to say that he has no regrets about moving to Las Vegas.

“It’s a big savings,” he added. “So much of it made sense. I’m so happy. It’s so much easier to travel places from Las Vegas than from LAX. It’s incredible. It’s the quietest place I’ve ever slept in my life. When I got here and saw traffic, I was like, ‘What is this foreign substance? I don’t like it anymore.’ I don’t deal with that at all. It’s great.”

Full Story: ‘Superman’ Dean Cain Reveals Why He Left California – Liberal State ‘Has Gone Crazy’

We’re so glad to see that Cain is loving life in Las Vegas, and that he’s maintaining his close relationship with God. In the end, a godly American patriot like Cain is much better off far away from the “debauchery” of Hollywood!

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