Last night, he hosted the world's largest short film festival in New York's Bryant Park.
But today, X-Men star Hugh Jackman was back to being an ordinary family man as he grabbed lunch this afternoon from Citarella market, that is, if you call having armed police escorts watch your dog while you shop 'ordinary.'
The 43-year-old hunk gave his bulging biceps a workout as he held several takeout bags, and his beaming six-year-old daughter Eva up by her tiny arms.
Dad, daughter, and a dog: Hugh Jackman gave his bulging biceps a workout this afternoon in New York as he held his beaming six-year-old daughter Eva up by her tiny arms
Eva, clearly a daddy's girl, snuggled Hugh's arm as they were out on their sunny stroll in her coral T-shirt with matching Converse sneakers and lavender capri pants.
Hugh sadly kept his pecs covered up in a grey Harley Davidson t-shirt and stayed cool in the 80-degree Manhattan weather by wearing long black shorts.
His 56-year-old wife Deborra-Lee Furness, who recently presented her handsome husband of 16 years with a special Tony Award, wore a casual all-black ensemble to the market, but their other adopted child, 12-year-old Oscar, was nowhere to be seen.
Dady's girls: Eva was seen snuggling her famous father's arm as Hugh's wife of 16 years walked closely behind them
However the couple's two-year-old dog child Dali, a French bulldog full of personality, seemed to get a kick out of the two NYPD officers watching over him.
Deborra told People Magazine last year that they named the pup after Oscar's favourite artist 'because of the way [the dog's] mouth curls, he looks like Salvador Dalí with a moustache,' adding that 'he's got a face only a mother could love.'
Meanwhile Jackman has said that his children react differently to his massive, world-wide fame.
Privileged pooch: Jackman's two-year-old French bulldog Dali savoured the attention from his two personal armed NYPD officers