Hayden Christensen is determined to turn his sprawling estate in Canada into a truly rural retreat - he has filled his farm with sheep in a bid to market his own wool.
The actor owns a 200-acre estate close to Toronto in his native Canada, which boasts hay fields and a small vegetable garden, and he has started filling the land with animals, including two pigs and a dozen sheep.
Christensen, 29, admits he would like to start producing wool and is even considering buying some Alpacas.
He tells U.S. TV host Jimmy Kimmel, "I don't have Alpacas yet but I've got about a dozen sheep and they just wander around. I have a few bags of wool that are waiting to be tackled!"