Nicolas Cage (born January 7, 1964) is an American actor and filmmaker.
Now when it comes to diet plan, Cage certainly has a different approach than other actors. He also has a rigorous menu, especially when meat is involved. In this article from The Guardian, you can see that Nicolas has said that he chooses the animals according to how the animals have sex. Which is why Nicolas has a fascination with fish and birds as they are very dignified with sexual intercourse.
When it comes to eating pig or other animals that are not as dignified with sex, Nicolas avoids eating them. Other than that, if you eat greens and veggies with his diet, you will get proper nutrition and a healthy diet. Also, make sure to drink a lot of water throughout the day to get the best results.
Poultry and fish are high on Cage’s list of “to eat” foods, reports The Sun.
Cage told The Sun
“I actually choose the way I eat according to the way animals have sex … I think fish are very dignified with sex. So are birds … But pigs, not so much. So I don’t eat pig meat or things like that. I eat fish and fowl.”
HE SLEPT IN DRACULA’S CASTLE
While promoting Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance in 2011, actor Idris Elba recalled an incident on location in Romania that exemplifies Cage’s professional commitment. Noticing Cage appeared tired one day, Elba asked if he had gotten any rest. “Yeah man, I went up to Dracula’s castle … the ruins up in the mountains, and I stayed the night,” Cage said. “’I just had to channel the energy, and it was pretty spooky up there.” Cage was probably referring to Bran Castle near Transylvania, which may have been the inspiration for Dracula’s residence in the original Bram Stoker novel.
HE BOUGHT THE MOST HAUNTED MANSION IN THE WORLD SO HE COULD WRITE A HORROR NOVEL
What better atmosphere to compose a scary bunch of prose than a haunted house? This was Cage’s motivation for purchasing the LaLaurie Mansion in New Orleans in 2007, which once belonged to serial killer Madame Delphine LaLaurie. He lost it to foreclosure in 2009. “I didn’t get too far with the novel,” he told Vanity Fair.
HE ONCE TRIPPED OUT ON MUSHROOMS WITH HIS CAT
Appearing as a guest on David Letterman’s Late Show in 2010, Cage was armed with a valuable talk show anecdote. Earlier in his career, he said, he owned a cat named Lewis who enjoyed partaking in Cage’s stash of magic mushrooms. Finally, Cage decided he should have some, too. “I remember lying in my bed for hours,” he said, “and Lewis was on the desk across from the bed for hours, staring at each other … not moving. But he would stare at me, and I had no doubt that he was my brother.”