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5 Actors Pretty Much Everyone Agrees Are Super Cool IRL

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With so many terrible scandals and even worse revelations coming to the surface, it’s hard to know who the personable celebrities are. Luckily, these 5 actors are here to save the day, proving there’s a way to be both famous and kind, whether they’re onscreen or off!

Tom Hanks

Lovingly portrayed on Saturday Night Live as America’s dad, it’s no surprise our list starts with Tom Hanks. He’s known for having an upbeat attitude and down-to-earth persona on set, befriending cast and crew members alike. Heck, he once even refunded a couple who admitted they didn’t like his movie!

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Dwayne Johnson

Johnson has a reputation for constantly making moves, which is evident from the amount of hit movies he’s starred in over the past decade. But he’s also known as being one of the nicest actors around. Baywatch co-star Zac Efron lovingly commented to Entertainment Weekly, “He’s always expanding, and he just gets better as he goes, like a flower that never stops blooming.”

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Hugh Jackman

He may have gotten famous as the formidable Wolverine, but don’t let that fool you! Jackman has been touted as “inspiring” and “a rather amazing person” by former directors like Tom Hooper of Les Miserables. Well-known icon Sir Patrick Stewart also praised him, saying he’s “sweet-natured, lovely, and funny every day.” Swoon.

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Sterling K. Brown

You may recognize him from Black Panther, American Crime Story, or the hit show This Is Us. He’s a beloved fan favorite in the latter, but he’s become a crew favorite, as well. Co-star Mandy Moore once claimed Brown is someone the cast and crew “could (and do) gush about endlessly.”

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Jonah Hill

Hill may come as a surprise, but he certainly belongs. Hill admits he’s a “lucky guy” when it comes to fame. He never takes his status for granted, even if it means getting punched in the face in Wolf of Wall Street because his idol Martin Scorcese wanted to “try it.” He also has a strong bromance with co-star Channing Tatum, so you know he’s a nice guy!

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The Making Of Jersey Shore: Here Are The Secrets You Didn’t Know

The guidos and guidettes of Jersey Shore took America by storm in 2010, with all their fist-bumping, bickering, tanning and t-shirt times. The action-packed reality show brilliantly packaged drama with humor in Italian-flag wrapping paper, and viewers simply couldn’t look away no matter how hard they tried. But there are secrets about the making of the show that would come as a shocker to fans. Think that hot tub was really on the roof of the shore house? Think again. The origins of the famous duck phone might also come as a surprise. Read on to learn the behind-the-scenes secrets behind the making of Jersey Shore.

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Melissa Joan Hart And Sean Astin Starring In Netflix’s New Sitcom ‘No Good Nick’

While Netflix is best known for its award-winning dramas, they're known for a good chuckle or two. From One Day at a Time to Fuller House, Netflix's line of comedy programming is top tier. They're looking to keep the laughs coming with two familiar faces. Nick At Netflix Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin will co-star in the upcoming Netflix sitcom No Good...

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It May Not Be Over For Andrew Lincoln And The Walking Dead

While Andrew Lincoln's character Rick Grimes is still present in The Walking Dead, he announced earlier this year that the upcoming season nine will be his last. Now, rumors are swirling that Lincoln will be back. But how, and what does this mean for the future of the show? Why He's Leaving Lincoln announced at this year's Comic Con that...

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