The star's adopted children with former wife Nicole Kidman--Isabella, 13, and Connor, 11--are also expected to help out around the house.
The kids, who are home-schooled by tutors from the Church of Scientology, are also encouraged to spend time outdoors.
He explains, "The kids have no computer games. And absolutely no television. None.
"They can listen to music and read just about any book they want, and they can choose the movies they want to see on the weekends, within reason.
"They also have chores, because I want them to know that it's important to work. I had a job when I was eight years old delivering newspapers.
"So for me, it's like: You want a clean room? Then you've got to clean your room. No one is going to do it for you."
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