Black Widow Star David Harbour Wants You to Text Him, Hopes to Get Project Going Featuring Fans and Friends

The coronavirus pandemic is persistent upon threatening the world, which means folks are cooped up in their home and self-isolating in the hopes of flattening the curve. Many celebrities have been active on social platforms since people started to quarantine, including David Harbour, the actor best recognized for playing Chief Jim Hopper on Stranger Things the actor has taken to Instagram to share his phone number with the hopes of connecting to people during these hard times.

His Instagram Post


“Text me (please not just ‘i love stranger things’ but with info about yourself, where are you? what do you do? Instagram handle? How are you managing money and work at this time? How’s family? Anything else you feel like might be interesting for me to know about you during all this?) on 1 917 540 5294. Clearly, in the immense nature of the numbers thing, I won’t get to answer to everyone, and I may not even see yours (apologies in advance if that happens) but I will try to compile some database of fans and friends to see if there are easy ways to connect and help each other in the future. If I am completely overwhelmed by this and it is a disaster I will keep you posted,” Harbour wrote.

Harbour’s sweet request

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A humble gesture exhibited by Harbour

I have this number, this phone number that you can text me at with this app, this community app,” Harbour states in his video. “I want you to text me some information about yourself. Are you a teacher? Are you a writer just sitting at your desk, everything’s fine, you work from home. You work from Amazon? Are you a nurse? Are you a doctor? Some famous politician? I may want to get people together, fans and friends, and sort of do some projects together.” You can check out the full video below.

Litany of Tips

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For those who are tensed about the proliferation of the coronavirus, the CDC offers a litany of tips, including covering coughs and sneezes, avoiding huge meetups or close contact with people who are sick, and washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

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