Sam Worthington keeps all his belongings in two bags
The `Terminator Salvation` actor has never felt the need to settle down and prefers to travel light with only the things that he needs to survive.
He said: "I`ve got a bag of clothes and a bag of books. I don`t own a phone and I don`t want to own one. Sydney`s home but I am never normally there. I`m a gypsy. I go where the work is.
"The white picket fence at home in Australia has never really appealed to me. I`m not very responsible when it comes to mortgages, bills, paperwork.
"I could have had that years ago and I chose not to. Maybe when I`m 60 I`ll settle down. At the moment I like my lifestyle."
The 35-year-old star insists he never became an actor because he wanted to be famous but also admitted his profession does not stem from a childhood ambition.
He told Britain`s Cosmopolitan magazine: "I didn`t set out to be famous; if I`d wanted that, I would have gone on `Big Brother`. I`m not a fan of people who say they put a sheet up in the backyard when they were seven and entertained the neighbours. When I was seven, I thought I was a fire truck."