The dramatic family life of this engaging, eccentric actor is probably know by very few. Not My Father’s Son exposes childhood wounds and universal themes—of family bonds, shame, anxiety and mental illness, and healing. Cumming asks (and answers, with satisfying closure) if we are inevitably trapped in—or blessed by—the patterns of our parents. He champions self-discovery through a touching journey into his heritage. And as we all know, he’s incredibly funny.