Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have to "hide behind some walls" to escape their celebrity status.

The 'Tree of Life' star - who raises children, Maddox, nine, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, Shiloh five and two-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with the 36-year-old actress - thinks he now has his lifestyle down "pretty well" after spending 10 years getting used to being known as one of the world's most famous actors.

He said: "It took me a good decade of hiding in my house and not going outside to even, like, get my arms around this idea of celebrity, where suddenly people are looking for you to pick your nose or get a shot of you kissing some woman.

"It's a very discombobulating thing. But Angie and I have got it down pretty well. We have to hide behind some walls, but we're good."

Despite being happy with his domestic life, the 47-year-old hunk still struggles with his views on religion - having been brought up in the mid-west of the US, which well-known for its Christian views.

He told The Guardian newspaper: "I grew up in the f**king buckle of the Bible belt.

"This idea of an all-powerful, watching being that's controlling our moves and giving us a chance to say he's the greatest so we get into some Eternal heaven - that just doesn't work for me, man. I got a real problem with it.

"I see the value of religion and what it offers to people as a cushion and I don't want to step on that. On the other hand, I've seen where I grew up how it becomes separatist, and I get quite aggravated and antagonistic."