Scuba mask. Check. Wetsuit. Check. Splashing around in the Atlantic in the hopes of Aquaman in the form of Jason Momoa coming to ask if we need CPR? Check. As if being one of the sexiest men alive is not enough, Jason Momoa has earned himself the reputation of being one of the most affectionate and warm-hearted celebrities working today.
The actor loves interacting with fans and is known for happily playing along with any gag or ludicrous photo request. He went viral for a series of fan photos that seemed to portray him stealing fans’ girlfriends!
Dave Chappelle is known for his disdain of the glitz and glamor offered by Hollywood and has instead opted for the small-town life – out in Ohio of all places.
A Chappelle fan who was a college student at the time recounts his numerous encounters with the controversial comedian at their local coffee shop. In his most memorable meeting, Chappelle took almost an hour out of his time to sit and drink coffee with the fan while discussing some insider secrets of the screenwriting world.
Let’s be honest, Hugh Laurie’s “House M.D.” character, the fussy Dr. Gregory House, is the last doctor we would want to make a home call on us. As good fortune would have it, though, fans report nothing but impeccable bedside manners from the distinguished British actor.
The actor is celebrated for his well-disposed nature, and fans have highlighted that he engages with fans on a very personal level, even being able to remember their names. Yeah, so Hugh, feel free to make a house call on us any time you want!
Tom Hanks has never played a villain in a movie before, and after reading what fans have said about meeting him, we can understand why! The famed American actor has often been spotted joining everyday folk in museums, at concerts, and now even at Disneyland. This fan spills the beans about the time Tom Hanks took the reins and guided a group of two dozen schoolchildren through Disneyland. The tour guide merely followed in his shadow.
Hanks’ expert knowledge of the theme park revealed just how often before he had taken up this activity!
Danny de Vito
What? Do you mean Matilda’s dad is actually a nice guy?! Every 90s kid can recall the mean-spirited and money-hungry character Danny de Vito played in the film version of Roald Dahl’s “Matilda.” Fortunately for his fans, that persona remained on set.
A lucky fan happened to be staying in the same hotel as the “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” cast, and his date managed to get Danny de Vito’s attention. Instead of a quick hi and autograph, the ever-so-accommodating de Vito pulled up a chair and spent the next two hours chatting with his admirers over drinks.