Many celebrities are hated by people for being out of touch with reality and recklessly using the power of fame and money. For example, Kylie Jenner’s non-eco-friendly 3-minute private jet ride was disliked by many.
However, there are a few celebrities who are so humble and healthy that they have almost no enemies. We are talking about famous people who radiate positive vibes that everyone would love to be friends with them. In fact, few Redditors think some celebs don’t hate it at all.
Let us know what you think of the list below in the comments. Do these celebrities deserve all the love and admiration they get? Or do you know some stories that prove otherwise?
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Robin Williams rip
My old neighbor told me he met Robin Williams at a ski resort in Idaho. He was waiting for something and had a cup of hot cocoa in the cafe, when this man in a white ski suit comes and asks if he can sit with his ski instructor, he agrees. They sit down and he realizes who it is. He introduced himself and then said he made her laugh for half an hour. He said he spilled his own hot cocoa on it, too. Funny man, messy drinker. I miss him.
And Dolly has an amazing sense of humor and is very friendly and kind. When a fire broke out in Güvercinhane TN and many were displaced, he gave money to families for a certain period of time. It didn’t seem like much per family but in rural TN esp there is a lot of poverty in residential areas so prices are not that high there. He’s also not afraid to defend so many causes and groups. He’s a DOLL. It’s part of TN that I’m not ashamed of. If you meet him, he will definitely talk to you. Love him! I already said that but his humor is the best. Laugh out loud.
Rick Moranis. So the man literally gave up his acting career to become a full-time Stay-at-Home Dad when his wife died…
Along with her and three other actors (Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty), Angela Lansbury deserves the admiration and recognition she’s received. I could go on and on about why every single woman listed here is so awesome.
Alan Rickman punched a hole like Snape is kind of cute. But to be honest, I haven’t heard anyone say anything bad about him. But I’m relatively young for his career.
Brendan Fraser, man, they’ve both been through hell [physically & emotionally from back injuries & being sexually violated] and finally back to Hollywood. Dude is friendly and humble as always and I wish him the best. Additionally, Rick Moranis, who was once a big name as the nerdy guy everyone loves ([Even Sexiest Man Alive Ryan Reynolds]. After his wife died, he gave up everything to raise his children.
Sir David Attenborough
My dad hates him because he bet me I wouldn’t know the name of the guy who told the show we were watching. easy 50$
This man is working hard to make the world a better place and we continue to work for him.
I literally never heard anyone hate him before, it’s funny to me that he was a drill sergeant before painting
The answer I’m looking for, I don’t know. Even though I know almost nothing about him, I am oddly confident that he is a wonderful, surprising and interesting individual. Just thinking about it makes me smile.
LeVar Burton. He’s a great actor, host of a worthwhile children’s drama, and hasn’t appeared in any drama as far as I can remember.
Christopher Lee. He fought in WWII, played a magician, Dracula, a Sith Lord, and many more. He was also in a metal band.
John Ritter wasn’t just the prettiest celebrity I’ve ever met, everyone on set was excited to work with him, he truly was one of the nicest people. Since he was filming a scene with our school in the background, he let me sit with him while I interviewed him for our yearbook, preparing for a sad scene. The little kids in the background all day (Utah’s hot summer day) kept going crazy about how great the crew was and described the scene in full detail. I’m 17 years old and I’m fascinated by this classroom behavior that treats me like I’m just any reporter.
Every time someone has a story about what a nice guy he is, someone in the room has another story about him being even nicer.
The late Sir Terry Pratchett. He’s a great writer and generally a very nice guy, but also not a pushover.
Steve Zahn. I’ve never heard a bad word about him, he plays really interesting roles and my stepdad went to high school with him.
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