'He's a treasure': Keanu Reeves hailed for patiently answering fan's questions after long flight

'The dude is a class act and little moments like this can make such a big difference in people's lives. We need more Keanus,' wrote Andrew Kimmel


                            'He's a treasure': Keanu Reeves hailed for patiently answering fan's questions after long flight
Kimmel shared a picture of Reeves signing an autograph for a fan and detailed the conversation between the two (Sam Santos/Getty Images and AndrewKimmel/Twitter)
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Canadian actor Keanu Reeves is one of the most popular faces in Hollywood. Popularly known for playing Neo in the superhit 'Matrix' series, he is also known for being a humble, down-to-earth, and friendly guy.

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Television producer Andrew Kimmel shared a picture of Reeves signing an autograph for a fan and detailed the conversation between the two on his Twitter account. "Keanu Reeves was on my flight from London to NYC today. A young boy asked for an autograph at baggage & then began to fire off a series of rapid-fire questions. Keanu happily responded to every single one..." Kimmel tweeted on Monday, July 4.

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Explaining the conversation between Reeves and the fan, Kimmel wrote, "Kid: Why were you in London? KR: Filming a documentary. Kid: I saw online you were at the Grand Prix (pronouncing the x) KR: Yes, the Grand Prix (in a French accent, without correcting him). F1! Race cars! Kid: Do you drive? KR: Not F1, but I like riding motorcycles."

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"Kid: Do you live in NY? KR: I live in LA. Kid: How long are you gonna be in New York? KR: Four days! No... five. Five days! Kid: Why are you in NY? KR: Gonna see a broadway show! Kid: What broadway show? KR: American Buffalo! Mamet! Kid: Where are you staying in NY? KR: Midtown!" he added.


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"By this time the kid was running out of questions, so Keanu started grilling him [laughing face emoji]. Why were you in Europe? What galleries did you go to in Paris? What was your favorite?" "The man could not have been nicer, especially after an international flight. I thought I'd share this because the dude is a class act and little moments like this can make such a big difference in people's lives. We need more Keanus!" Kimmel continued.

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The producer posted a selfie with the 'Speed' star and wrote, "And yes, I geeked out a little and asked for a photo. I mean... had to. Have a happy 4th everyone!"

The Twitter thread went viral as fans couldn't stop gushing over the wholesome exchange between the 57-year-old actor and the fan. One user tweeted, "The most consistently down-to-earth guy in Hollywood."

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Another said, "The continuing story of Keanu Reeves' apparent mission to prove that being INCREDIBLY NICE is a real option." A third noted, "You never hear a bad thing about this man he's a treasure." A fourth asked, "We can all agree that Keanu Reeves is a global treasure and must be protected at all costs, right?" A fifth wrote, "GREAT and uplifting thread about a man known to be one of the most authentically kind, generous actors in the industry!"

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While one user felt, "I never worry when I see Keanu trend. I always know I'll be smiling when I found out why," another added, "Keanu is always kindness personified but seeing him wearing a mask when he travels on a weekend filled with hordes of maskless travelers... chef's kiss [kiss face emoji]." A third commented, "In these horrific times, it's comforting to know Keanu remains an absolute treasure and a blessing."

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