30 stars who are at the meeting were very nice peoplePictolic
They say that you should not meet your heroes, but judging by the stories below, it all depends on who your idols. While some fans are disappointed to learn that their favorite celebrities are not good in life, what seemed on stage or screen, while others remain in awe of the meetings with idols who are down to earth, kind and nice people and enjoy sharing stories about them online.
At one event I gave Daniel Radcliffe a dessert that is partially tripped and knocked over a dessert on him (probably because he saw that the service Daniel Radcliffe), as he stood up and began to apologize to me. He was very sweet and kept asking if I'm okay.
A couple of years ago I was treated for it a private event. He thanked each worker upon arrival and before leaving. He has excellent manners, and he was in good spirits, joking with the staff. Great guy.
I was lucky to meet a St. Bernard that played Beethoven in the movies with Charles Gordon. His name was Duke. He was a good boy.
Patrick Stewart — a miracle! Serviced it a few times. He literally came to the distribution lines in the open kitchen and thanked the chefs, and then in a brilliant manner, thanked each employee when he left. Everyone jaw-dropped. Every time he brightened our day!
Several times I met Obama. He's got incredible charisma, and he tries to talk to everyone. He remembered me during the third meeting that was cool. What an amazing man.
One day my mom saw Robin Williams, approached him and asked for a quick picture together. She didn't know he was doing something for the Foundation "Make a wish" and left to wait. When they were finished 20-30 minutes later, many children and adults also wanted to be photographed with him, and he specially stopped and said to his assistants:
Mother was delighted. He was so sweet and humble guy.
I think it wouldn't be a surprise that Jeff Goldblum is a nice man, and I can confirm this. I was a movie extra in a movie with him. When he came to the shooting, some nasty woman from the crew yelled at us so we didn't bother him and did not ask for autographs (which none of us did). He apparently heard her because she turned around and came to talk to us.
When I was eleven I met Jim Carrey at a party, which invited my parents. He was completely fine, and then when I saw that I stare at him, made a face "Mask" and stared at me in response. He's a really funny guy and, most likely, with a good heart.
My father met Lady Gaga at a restaurant in new York and said she was the loveliest person he had ever met in my life. He called it "fascinating" and after that meeting became her fan.
Ian Mackellen sat down beside me on the steps of the theatre and started a conversation. It was amazing, and I will never forget!
Tom Hiddleston said I have a great dog. The best moment in my life, lol.
I met Nathan Fillion, when he worked in the cinema. He bought six large popcorns and a bunch of "smart" water, and I thought, "wow, this guy is rich". He was wearing a hoodie and sunglasses, so I didn't know who he is. At some point I said:
He took off his glasses and said:
I snapped to attention and said,
And he said,
The coolest moment in history.
Many say that Gordon Ramsay is cute. My God sister can attest to that. She worked in a restaurant in Cornwall where Ramsay regularly stops. She was so worried that I accidentally spilled something, but he only paternal warmth he smiled at her and said,
I was sitting with Paul Rudd on a flight from new York. My buddy told me that he wants to praise t-shirt with the logo of the musical group that was on it in "Stupid", but didn't want to seem strange. And decided to write him a note, lol. And so he gave it, Paul clearly nervous, unfolded the note and began to read. And then laughed, leaned toward us and said:
Then he told us all about the shirt, about how he had to fight with the costumers, because it was his shirt, which he came to the shooting that day. We talked the entire flight, the man was incredibly steep.
Steve Irwin, by far. I met different musicians and athletes, who were nice people, but none of them were nearly as cute as Steve. I met him in the Elevator at the hotel, I went there all wet after the pool.
I was 11 and I was ecstatic that I was going in the Elevator with Steve Irwin. He immediately talked to me, asked my name, where I was, was with me in the pool of the crocodiles, and asked to find it if I suddenly see them. Then he spoke with an employee of the hotel who was riding in the Elevator with us and all the time staring at Steve. So far, I have only to remember the conversation, I feel ridiculously happy.
My friend went to the premiere of the film "People IKS: the Beginning. Wolverine" and the people waiting spent the night at the cinema. When he woke up, he was told that Hugh Jackman bought Breakfast for everyone — I think a sandwich and orange juice. Friend also said that there were at least 100 people.
Jason Momoa is just a treasure. He is sincere and loves his job. He wants his fans from what is happening no less fun than he is. He could look at fan and see how far it can go/how much to tease it to relax it and not overdo it. His charisma is contagious, and we had a great time.
Having met Hugh Laurie, I can confidently say that he's one of the nicest and most humble celebrities. Not only that, he is happy to chat with fans, he also makes it so that each of them felt his friend. It with surprising accuracy remembers their names and personal information, and every conversation with him is like a continuation of the valuable dialogue. Add to that the fact that he is incredibly funny, and have a recipe for a really good guy.
The story is not mine, but from my dad. He interviewed Mr. Rogers, and he was very nice, but the best time of the interview was that, when Mr. Rogers said he was proud of my dad. Great guy.
worked at Disneyland in the late 90's, and once I saw Tom Hanks conducts a tour for a group of approximately 25 children. He led the tour, and disney tour guide was just taking them, so I immediately realized that he does this not for the first time.
The hobbits from Lord of the rings
When "Lord of the rings" was filmed, all the hobbits Elijah wood (Frodo Baggins), Sean Astin (Samwise Gamgee), Billy Boyd (Peregrin took) and Dominic Monaghan (Meriadoc Brandybuck), — went into my mother's video store, where he would rent all the movies of Peter Jackson. They were so glad the upcoming movie — I thought it was terribly cute.
I met, hung out for about an hour with Kiefer Sutherland. Meeting him was an extraordinary coincidence as we planned to go to his concert on Saturday night (the ticket was free, but he had to stand in line). My son worked as a bartender, I went to visit him, and he said:
And when I saw it, the first thing I said
And he just went NUTS!!! It is this:
So I called my wife and she drove to the bar to meet him. In short, he booked us very good seats. And then during the concert, asked my wife to get up... and dedicated us a song about love. He's a good person!!!
Robert Downey Jr.
We were on the same flight... He's incredibly personable and witty. I immediately recognized him.
Weird Al Yankovic
I work in the film industry. Weird al just crazy, *****tionary cute. So cute that, if you ask him to take a picture, it will record 10-second video for your father.
My mother and sister met the Rock when he was still just a wrestler. They had child seats and lots of baggage, which it was difficult to get off the plane. Then one giant dude offered to help them, they gladly agreed, and he took a few bags, a bag with my niece and helped them off the plane, and then left. People then began to ask how they know Rock and they could not understand what it was until they explained who he was.
We chatted with her as they stood backstage and waited for her release. She told me how clumsy of her, and we began to joke on the subject. Then, when she was called on stage, she tripped up the stairs, and fell face down, then turned to me and we started laughing. She's a sweetheart and genuinely nice person. I'm glad I had a chance to meet her.
I met Leonard Nimoy a few times. He was incredibly cool. He played where I work, and we all knew it was coming so I sat down at a table at the entrance to see when it will arrive. His guards carried him from the car to the building, and we said hi when he walked past. They took him to the greenroom to rest before performing.
To our surprise, shortly after this he went back outside, got to us, and we just hang together, talked about food and the places nearby. We were just talking, like he was one of us. Great guy. One of the coolest encounters with celebrities in my life.
Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy from the "Harry Potter") was very nice, I met him once at Comic-Con, and he said I have a nice smile