Brad Pitt's 'Moneyball' Daughter: 'He's A Really Good Dad'

Brad Pitt and Kerris Dorsey arrive at the premiere of 'Moneyball' at the Paramount Theatre of the Arts in Oakland, Calif. on September 19, 2011 Brad Pitt and Kerris Dorsey arrive at the premiere of 'Moneyball' at the Paramount Theatre of the Arts in Oakland, Calif. on September 19, 2011

Brad Pitt is getting the “good dad” stamp of approval from his 13-year-old “Moneyball” co-star, Kerris Dorsey.

“I can tell he’s a really good dad because he was so great with me,” Kerris told Access Hollywood at the baseball movie’s premiere in Oakland, Calif., on Monday night.

“And so much fun,” she continued “He made it really fun to come to work.”

Though the Jolie-Pitt brood wasn’t on set when Kerris was filming, she said the proud papa had his six children on his mind.

“He talked about them a lot. I kind of know a little bit about them,” she told Access. “He loves them. He’s a really good dad.”

Kerris has worked with a slew of Hollywood’s biggest names with credits that include “Walk the Line” and five seasons of “Brothers & Sisters,” but she admitted to feeling a bit nervous at first when it came to acting with her big screen dad.

“Definitely a little intimidated!” she told Access of working with Brad. “But he made it really easy, so after the first day I went home and I was like, ‘Mommy, that was so amazing, I worked with Brad Pitt and I can’t believe it!’”

Adding, “He kind of became like my dad a little bit, it was fun.”

“Moneyball” slides into theaters on September 23.

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