Fame changes people in the least expected ways. Sometimes, it changes them for the better, and sometimes for the worse. However, this is only sometimes the case. Some famous people are just humble and plain friendly people with careers in the entertainment industry. That is all there is to it. Here are 12 wonderful people fans can attest to, having met them in real life.
1. David Hasselhoff
Popularly known as “The Hoff,” this American actor has The Guinness World Record as the “Most Watched Man on TV.” But, more than that, he is also one of the nice celebrities in real life, and most people agree with this.
One commenter shares their personal experience, where he and his family had the chance to visit The Hoff on the set of Knight Rider. Thirty years after that visit, he got to meet him again, and guess what? When he tried to explain where he had met him the first time, The Hoff remembered his name.
2. Rachel McAdams
Rachel is a Canadian actress who debuted in the action movie Shotgun Love Dolls. Despite her growing fame, McAdams prefers to live a low-key life and remain a “normal” person off-screen.
A fan watched The Blue Jay Home Opener with a friend and two others. It wasn’t until after the game ended they realized they had been sitting next to Rachel McAdams all night. Others who have interacted with her agree she is as lovely off-screen as on-screen.
3. Ian McKellen
This prolific English actor, who plays Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, has been around for over six decades. He is also a Knight in shining armor — Queen Elizabeth II knighted him in 1991 for his theatre service.
More than that, Ian is such a delight. Fans who have met him can agree with that statement. One, in particular, gushed endlessly, calling him “absolutely lovely.”
4. Pedro Pascal
Remember Oberyn Martell, The Red Viper, if this name rings a bell. This actor, who plays a famous character from Games of Thrones, has won fans over not because of his GOT character but because of his charming personality.
A fan was an extra on a movie set with Pedro. Even though they weren’t allowed to talk to the stars, and they ignored them, Pedro would always speak to them when he saw them.
5. Giancarlo Esposito
Giancarlo made his Debut on Broadway in 1963 and appeared in films in the 1980s. People’s encounters with him confirm he isn’t only amazing on-screen.
One encounter reveals Giancarlo at a con doing a meet and greet. Someone came to get his signature with a drawing of Giancarlo. He was so impressed by the artwork that he walked to the booth to say hi to the artist. He told the artist, “You know, game recognize game, that’s what it is.”
6. Michael Keaton
Imagine Batman leaning over to your table to congratulate you on your engagement! That may never happen, but Michael Keaton is the next best thing. And he did that.
Michael is a celebrity who does not care about fame and tries to have a private life. The fans agree Michael is friendly and knows how to make a crowd — or anyone — laugh, which makes sense, seeing that comedy helped start his career.
7. Ryan Reynolds
Our favorite antihero made it on the list, of course! Ryan is just as funny and sarcastic as he is on screen. He is widely known as one of the loveliest actors in Hollywood.
Many fans have encountered him, and no one has accused him of being anything short of amazing. Reynolds was visiting sick kids in his Deadpool costume, which he may or may not have stolen from the set.
8. Jeff Goldblum
Folks are also convinced that Jeff is a man who genuinely cares for people. One commenter talks about their interaction with Jeff. Jeff said nothing about himself. Instead, he wanted to know about him. They spent the following 15 minutes talking to Jeff Goldblum about his life.
9. Bryan Cranston
Apart from being a fantastic and versatile actor, he is also an incredible person. It has been a long journey for Bryan, who has been acting since the 90s. Many fans have met him and agree he is down-to-earth and funny.
10. John Cena
At first glance, one would think John was a big bully or some “macho, alpha male.” But he was called “the destroyer of the myth of toxic masculinity.” John Cena is also an actor and a rapper, but to most fans, he is just a national gem.
11. Patrick Stewart
He played Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men series, a classy and proper gentleman. The stories are there to prove it. People meet him, and they get amazing stories to share.
Someone conversed with Patrick for two minutes and concluded that Patrick is who people claim him to be, a lovely man who listens.
12. Loretta Lynn
Loretta was an American country music singer who was one of the leading voices in country music before her sad demise. While alive, she was among the most admirable, “Realest” celebrities, who was as blunt, sweet, humorous, and fearless as she was in her lyrics. Even celebrities gush about her, singing her praises even after her demise.
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