Christmas at the Baldwin House Is Always 'Kooky,' Stephen Says

Stephen dishes on the Baldwin family Christmas


While most people celebrating Christmas can expect a quiet night with loved ones, actor Stephen Baldwin suggests that things tend to get a little heated when he and his famous siblings discuss politics and religion.

At the “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” premiere Monday, Baldwin told FOX411 that Christmas at his mother’s home is always a “kooky Baldwin Christmas.”

FOX411 asked the actor if politics and religion comes up at the table, and he jokingly responded, “Sometimes, a little bit!” in a sarcastic tone. “It’s gonna be an exciting political year coming up next year, it’s going to be very interesting,” he said.

Baldwin’s older brother Alec, who is famously liberal, recently announced that he will not be running for mayor of New York City.

“"They're all just so horny for it, horny for their own ascension," Baldwin said of the candidates.

Still, all tension aside, Stephen Baldwin said he is looking forward to the holidays at home.

“My wife always insists that we eat healthy, organic food, but when we get up to mom’s, it’s full blown, Pillsbury Doughboy activity,” he said.