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Liam Hemsworth Seeks Advice from Miley

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Liam Hemsworth and Miley CyrusLiam Hemsworth gets career advice from Miley Cyrus.

The Hunger Games actor - who met the star while working on The Last Song in 2009 - admitted having a famous girlfriend and brother, Thor actor Chris Hemsworth, makes working in Hollywood "easier" to deal with.

"It's definitely nice to have people around me like my brother and my girlfriend who have experienced it before. To ask them questions, it definitely makes it easier in that sense. It doesn't make it any easier getting roles. It's just me in the room when I'm meeting directors and reading with directors."

However, the 22-year-old hunk explained he worries he could "lose focus" if he didn't have the support of his family and friends around him: "You lose focus when you don't have good people around you. I think whatever I was doing in this world I would want a loving family that supported me and friends, good people around me that bring out the best."


Chris Hemsworth to Become a Dad

Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa PatakyChris Hemsworth is to become a father for the first time. The Thor actor's wife Elsa Pataky is pregnant with the couple's first child and the Spanish actress says they are "delighted and very excited."

"Having the person that you love by your side and starting a family with them is the best thing that can happen to you in this life. You can't ask for more," she said.

The baby is due in the spring. Elsa, 35, says the couple - who married in December 2010 - are keen to have a large family and want their unborn tot to have a sibling in the future: "I want to have a big family, and so does Chris. My dream is to have more than one child."

Chris, 28, has already got experience with children as his older brother has a little girl and he recently revealed his niece has a toy doll of him as superhero Thor: "I was talking with my older brother the other day and his daughter was running around the house with a Thor action figure; he wanted to pull the batteries out of it because she keeps pressing the button and making it speak, 'I am Thor!' or, 'The mighty Mjolnir!' It does nothing but make me laugh, it's great."