Arguably the most successful child actor since Shirley Temple, Macaulay Culkin is back in the spotlight. The actor and artist has been performing in an avant-garde cover band "The Pizza Underground" since the beginning of 2014, however, recently, audience response hasn't been that great for Culkin and co.
The band -- which takes classic rock songs and turns them into pizza-themed anthems -- played a few shows stateside before taking their talents to the U.K. At the Dot to Dot Festival Sunday in Nottingham, England, the comedy cover band was met with heavy boos and even had beer thrown at them. After dodging pints and playing three songs, "The Pizza Underground" opted to (understandably) end their set and exit the stage.
Even more than 20 years after "Home Alone," the actor's never failed to pique our interest. From his cheesy cover band to his relationships, here are 9 things you probably never knew about Macaulay Culkin.
1. In 1998, Culkin wed Rachel Miner when they were both 17. After two years of marriage, however, the couple called it quits.
2. He was in a long-term relationship with Mila Kunis from 2002 to 2010. Kunis is reportedly engaged to Ashton Kutcher, while Culkin is dating former "All My Children" actress Jordan Lane Price.
3. The actor made a cameo appearance on "WWE Raw" in 2009, in which one of the wrestlers was defeated by a "Home Alone" inspired gag.
4. John Hughes wrote "Home Alone" (1991) with the young actor in mind after they worked together on "Uncle Buck" (1989).
5. Culkin was the first child actor to receive one million dollars for a single movie. The film, "My Girl," also features his first on-screen kiss.
6. During the height of his success, Culkin became close friends with Michael Jackson, and has always maintained their relationship was completely platonic. The actor is godfather to two of Michael Jackson's kids, Prince Michael and Paris Jackson.
7. In 2004, the actor was arrested for marijuana possession in Oklahoma City. After eventually pleading guilty, he got off with no jail time.
8. In 2012, Culkin turned his New York apartment into a painting workshop. At around the same time, he was spotted around the city looking unwell and emaciated.
9. Before breaking out in "Home Alone," Culkin appeared in a 1988 episode of the action series "The Equalizer" as a kidnapping victim. A big screen adaptation of "The Equalizer," starring Denzel Washington, is set to be released in September 2014 -- with a sequel already in the works.
[Sources: IMDb, Wikipedia]