Stories From People Who Ran Into Celebs At Work

If you work at some restaurant or a theme park, it’s really possible that you might run into someone you do not really want to see, like your annoying friend or your ex-girlfriend.

However, it’s quite possible that you might end up meeting someone you do not want to meet and that could also be your favorite celebs.

Here is a compilation of stories from people who ran into celebs at work:

1. Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks

“I work retail in LA. Tom Hanks is the nicest guy ever; he’s also brilliant and usually comes to our bookstore to find some obscure recommendation he got from a friend across the world. He very much gives off ‘loves to learn’ vibes.”

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2. Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck
Ben Affleck

“Ben Affleck is such a prick that our staff calls him ‘assfleck.’ He often comes in to do PDA with his girlfriend of the month and makes sure everyone sees him.”

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3. Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson
Jennifer Hudson

“Jennifer Hudson would come into a restaurant I worked in regularly, and she was always SO kind, stopped her conversation to say thank you when you brought something, made eye contact, and tipped so well. She’s just honestly one of the nicest people ever.”

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4. Bryan Cranston

Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston

“I was a lowly PA on Breaking Bad, and Bryan Cranston was still very nice to me. He shook my hand and properly introduced himself the first time we met. Once, he sat at the table I was eating lunch at, and it was a mix of various levels of cast and crew by the time everyone sat down (I was there first and sitting by myself when he joined me).”

5. James Corden

James Corden
James Corden

“James Corden is a bit of an attention seeker but very nice. His kids come in once a week or so to buy books, and they’re so polite and intelligent.”

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6. LeBron James

LeBron James
LeBron James

“I’ve taken care of a good number of celebrities and professional athletes. The only one I remember really acting as if they automatically deserved special treatment was LeBron James. He stayed four hours after our restaurant closed, had somebody from his entourage whip out a speaker and play music once our music was turned off, and ordered a round of drinks three times after we had done a ‘last call.'”

7. Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling
Ryan Gosling

“Ryan Gosling came into a pizza place I worked in once upon a time and tipped $100 on his $20 meal. I wasn’t his server, sigh.”

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