"Succession"'s Jeremy Strong Is a Father to 3 Girls, and He's a Way Better Dad Than Logan Roy

"Succession" has been a massive hit on HBO since it first premiered in June 2018. The series focuses on the three Roy siblings, who compete against one another over who should inherit their narcissistic father's media conglomerate, Waystar RoyCo. The oldest son is Kendall Roy, played by Jeremy Strong. He, along with the rest of his family, is highly dysfunctional, and his self-destructive behaviors constantly thwart his efforts to be a good father to his kids and take over his father's company. That certainly hasn't changed as we head into "Succession"'s fourth and final season premiering on March 26.

But what about Strong in real life? He has three children with his wife, Emma Wall, and he's proud to say he's a much better parent than his TV persona is. Strong told GQ he has a "stable" home life with his wife and their children. Whenever he's not filming, he lives a quiet life with his family — he doesn't even have social media. The only time he's talked about his family has been in interviews. The actor has told a few anecdotes about his daughters Ingrid and Clara over the years but has yet to share any information about his youngest daughter. In fact, her name has remained a mystery since her birth in 2021.

So what do we know about Strong's life as a father? Read on to find out what he's said about his children.

Jeremy Strong's Daughter, Ingrid
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Jeremy Strong's Daughter, Ingrid

According to GQ, shortly after Strong wrapped filming on the first season of "Succession" in early 2018, he and his wife welcomed their first child together — a girl named Ingrid. The couple was in Copenhagen, Denmark, when their little one arrived. Although they haven't shared much info about her, the actor told the publication that his life had "changed a lot" since becoming a father because it had become more "stable."

"I was always just kind of a transient and work was the only thing. And that feels different now, in a very good way," he said. "There's something to come home to."

Strong also said his family life is a lot different than his character Kendall's. "I have a lot more love in my life than he does," he said. "I feel very supported in my life. He doesn't have any of that."

Jeremy Strong's Daughter, Clara
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Jeremy Strong's Daughter, Clara

Strong and Wall welcomed a second daughter named Clara sometime in 2019. In a June 2020 interview with the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, Strong said he had spent quality time with his wife and kids during the COVID-19 pandemic. "As you know, when you're an actor and you're away a lot, you're sort of half there, and half somewhere else, so this has been a real gift in terms of an opportunity to be really fully here with my family," he said.

Strong opened up about his kids again while making an appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden" in October 2020. The actor was showing off his necklace that a jeweler in London had made for him when he revealed that the necklace featured a few nods to his daughters. "On the back is my daughter [Ingrid]'s footprint," he said. "And then [for] my other daughter, I've got a bell. Her name is Clara and the bell felt sort of clear and shining and bright, which is what her name means."

Jeremy Strong's Youngest Daughter
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Jeremy Strong's Youngest Daughter

Strong and Wall have yet to reveal the name of their youngest daughter, who was born in late 2021. However, the actor briefly discussed his life as a father of three in a December 2021 interview with The New Yorker, admitting it hasn't been easy balancing his work and home life. "I don't know if I even believe in balance," he said. "I believe in extremity."

Strong added that sometimes he feels like he's living "a double life," and tried to explain by using an analogy. "You have to commit to your legend," he said, referring to a term used to describe a spy's fake background. "At the time, I'm not sure which one is more real. Am I committing to the legend at home, where I'm the father and the husband, or the legend at work?"

As for what his wife thinks, Wall told The New Yorker that Strong does a "really good job" of prioritizing both his career and family.