John Travolta Shows Son’s Level 3 Ninja Parkour Abilities

John Travolta’s 11-year-old son, Benjamin, has reached another milestone in his ninja training.

“Ben just turned into a level 3 ninja,” the ‘proud’ father, 68, gushed via Instagram on Tuesday.

The ‘Grease’ star posted images of the preteen swinging from bars, running up slopes and climbing to the tune of Earth, Wind & Fire’s ‘Fantasy’.

Benjamin’s 22-year-old sister, Ella, commented on the upload with festive emojis, while “Sex and the City” star Kristin Davis called his “amazing” parkour skills “unreal.”

As for Sharon Stone, the actress gushed, “BE AMAZING.”

Travolta first gave his social media followers a glimpse of his youngest child’s training in April.

“My Spider-Man Ben,” the actor wrote alongside images of the little one jumping from one platform to another.

“WOWZA,” wrote Jamie Lee Curtis at the time, while “Younger” alum Debi Mazar added, “I want to do that.”

Travolta and his late wife, Kelly Preston, welcomed their son in 2010, 10 years after their daughter’s arrival. (The former couple were also parents to son Jett, who died in 2009 at age 16.)

After Preston lost her battle with breast cancer in July 2020, Benjamin was “afraid” that his father would also die, Travolta told Kevin Hart in August 2021.

John Travolta and son Benjamin
Travolta debuted his son’s hobby in April.

“I said, ‘Well, it’s something completely different,'” the “Saturday Night Fever” star recalled on an episode of “Heart to Hart.” “And then I went through the differences about my longevity and her limited life.”

Travolta was honest with his son at the time, saying, “You always love the truth and I’m going to tell you the truth about life. No one knows when they will go or when they will stay. Your brother left at the age of 16. Too young. Your mother left at the age of 57, which was too young. But who will say?”

John Travolta, son Benjamin and daughter Ella
The ‘Grease’ star is also the father of daughter Ella.

The “American Crime Story” alum warned Benjamin that he “could die tomorrow,” explaining that “anyone can.”

He concluded, ‘Let’s look at life that’s part of life, see? You don’t know exactly. You just do your best to live as long as possible.”

    Leave a Comment