The 73-year-old actor's passion for aviation came close to killing him in March (15) when he was forced into a perilous emergency landing on a California golf course when a two-seater aircraft suffered a mechanical problem.

Shocked onlookers pulled Harrison, who suffered a broken pelvis and ankle in the crash, from the wreckage as they feared the plane might explode due to a fuel leak.

Less than three months after the incident the star returned to the skies, taking the controls as the co-pilot of a helicopter in May (15), but Carrie fears the veteran action star is too old for such a hobby and she has advised him to give it up.

"Why is he doing these things? A man his age," the actress tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper. "I had lots of conversations with him but he doesn't listen to me. Can you believe it? Don't I seem like a fount of advice?"

Her attitude towards Harrison's aerial pursuits is in contrast to his wife Calista Flockhart, who is fine with his flying.

"She's fine, she's fine with it actually. She's very supportive," Harrison told U.S. talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, "She knows how much it means to me and she's ok. I fly her all the time."