He has been lying low in recent days following controversy over his wife Hilaria Baldwin's invented Spanish heritage.
But Alec Baldwin returned to social media on Sunday with a philosophical anti-materialist tweet inspired by his time in lockdown.
The 62-year-old 30 Rock star said his time at home had taught him that 'less' was more when it came to his life.
Less is more: Alec Baldwin, 62, shared that lockdown had 'taught me that we need less in our lives' in a tweet Sunday following the controversy over his wife Hilaria's invented Spanish heritage; seen together in March in NYCInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'The lockdown has taught me that we need less in our lives,' he began his tweet.
'Less clothes, less talk, less food, less media,' he listed off. 'Above all, less people.'
The actor's tone didn't make it clear if he was touting a new zen slogan and embracing a simpler life or musing about the social media users who had dug into his wife's background after years of false or conflicting statements.
In December, a viral Twitter thread accused the yoga teacher of misrepresenting her heritage for years.
Cutting out the excess: He continued that people need 'Less clothes, less talk, less food, less media. Above all, less people'
Rough time: Last week, Alec wished Hilaria a happy 37th birthday. She was besieged by statements from people who once knew her about her childhood in Boston last month
The author pointed out that her Spanish accent appeared to disappear at times, most notably during a Today Show segment in which she seemingly forgot the world 'cucumber.'
Others who had known her in her early years revealed that she was born and raised in Boston under the name Hillary Hayward-Thomas.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'I went to high school with her. Genuinely lovely person, I