I was working with ABC as part of the interview team years ago (before The Phantom Menace even came out). I was talking with her for a while when she casually mentions that she is going to be in the new Star Wars film.
Being 17 and huge nerd, at first I just thought she was fucking with me. But then she said, "Yeah, I guess I'm Luke and Leia's mom." and laughed. I was so dumbfounded I actually said, "Take me with you." "To where?" "To the Star Wars." She laughed and it was the greatest feeling in the world."
I was jogging at the San Francisco Marina back in 1988 I think it was and I saw Robin Williams sitting in the side of his van just chillin'. I said, "How you doin' Mr. Williams?" He said, "I'm doing great, you running from the cops?" I laughed and stopped to chat with him for about 5 minutes. He was absolutely delightful. Such a fond memory. "
"Saw Robin Williams at an ice cream shop. I was on vacation. I got my ice cream and went outside to eat, and then he came out with his and actually sat down at my table. We talked for a solid 45mins. Best day of my life"
“I met Robin Williams in the video game section of a Best Buy. Him and his son were so nice. He said he’d sign a copy of Dead Poet Society for me IF I didn’t point him out to anyone. He really was so cool!”
"I was an extra on Game of Thrones and was next to Sophie Turner (Sansa) for a good few hours. She was really normal, chatty and mostly sang songs the whole time in between takes. The highlight was her jabbing me with an old school bottle opener when I asked if it was sharp"
Met him in Vancouver Canada when he came here randomly. I was working at a bar he dropped by. Super chill guy. Took a photo with quite a few people, but I never got one because I was too shy to ask him.
He seemed to be very genuine, and not overexcessive with his money. He wore pretty simple clothes as well, I think like a regular plaid shirt and jeans.
I was working at a retail store in the Pittsburgh airport alone one morning. Slow day, no customers for about an hour, then she walked in. Sold her a portable charger for her phone and we chatted about Pittsburgh for about 5 minutes. Really nice lady.