Zac Efron has said when he is going through tough times, he turns to his family for support.
The 25-year-old actor was at a question-and-answer session for new film That Awkward Moment when a fan's query about who the actor looked to for support was asked, according to Access Hollywood.
Zac, who recently spent time in rehab, said: "My family is my rock. I know they're not going anywhere. More and more I come to rely on my little brother to keep me grounded.
"I know my family's always gonna be there, but then there's also - as life changes, sometimes they can't really be there for you in the way that you need so I'll rely on my friends."
Zac also revealed he would look for creativity, intelligence and a nice smile in a potential girlfriend, but wasn't likely to be turning to Facebook to find love.
Asked whether he'd ever looked a girl up on the social networking site, he said: "I haven't really used Facebook before. I think I've been around friends when they're looking at pictures or something like that on Facebook. I couldn't even log on right now if I had to."