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Josh Lucas Moved to Bali for His Son's School and 12 Other Celebs Who Have Lived Off the Grid

People Logo By Andrea Wurzburger of People | Slide 1 of 13: The Ford v Ferrari actor moved his family to Indonesia, where they enrolled his son, Noah Rev, 7, in a special school where the mission it is to "create the next generation of environmental leaders,” Lucas said on Jimmy Kimmel Live! 

Lucas explained, "It’s deeply in the jungle. It’s like Swiss Family Robinson — they grow their own food, they make their own buildings out of bamboo." 

The Sweet Home Alabama actor also had a pretty horrific story to share involving thousands of baby spiders. 

His ex and mother to his son, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, wrote on Instagram, "They say if heaven and hell had a baby, it would be Bali. I’ve never heard a more accurate sentence. One second I’m watching a picture perfect sunset, painted by the gods and the next I’m swatting away a dark cloud of mosquitoes and trying to keep frogs out of the house. One moment I’m madly in love with this nature soaked isolation and the next, I’m on sky scanner checking flights back to civilization."

Josh Lucas

The Ford v Ferrari actor moved his family to Indonesia, where they enrolled his son, Noah Rev, 7, in a special school where the mission it is to "create the next generation of environmental leaders,” Lucas said on Jimmy Kimmel Live!  Lucas explained, "It’s deeply in the jungle. It’s like Swiss Family Robinson — they grow their own food, they make their own buildings out of bamboo."  The Sweet Home Alabama actor also had a pretty horrific story to share involving thousands of baby spiders.  His ex and mother to his son, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, wrote on Instagram, "They say if heaven and hell had a baby, it would be Bali. I’ve never heard a more accurate sentence. One second I’m watching a picture perfect sunset, painted by the gods and the next I’m swatting away a dark cloud of mosquitoes and trying to keep frogs out of the house. One moment I’m madly in love with this nature soaked isolation and the next, I’m on sky scanner checking flights back to civilization."
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