Inside Hollywood: 35 Awesome Facts About Your Favorite Actors – Part 4

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26Robin Williams

Robin Williams

Robin Williams performed stand-up comedy at a Seattle nightclub in 2004, 2007, and 2008 to donate all of the proceeds, totaling nearly $50,000 to a local food bank without telling anyone.

27. Alec Baldwin offered to do the voice over of himself in Team America: World Police, despite it was making fun of him. But he was turned down.

28. Kevin Bacon bribes DJ's at weddings with cash so they won't play Footloose.

29. Gary Oldman and Matthew McConaughey starred in a 2003 movie called "Tiptoes" in which McConaughey's entire family are dwarves. And Gary Oldman in "a role of a lifetime" plays McConaughey's twin brother, also a dwarf.

30. Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Sherlock Holmes on "Sherlock," is distantly related to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who created the character.

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31Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum tried to hire a prostitute at the age of 13. He had heard about the red light district so he stole $5 from his father and went to pick a girl. On the way to the room, he chickened out.

32. Chris Pratt dubbed himself “Douchemaster McChest” in his first headshot that got him on WB, which was taken for free by a gay photographer, who picked him up at post office and offered him his shirt and a shower.

33. Antonio Banderas watched the red carpet premiere of his movie “Puss in Boots” alone in a giant theater with 25 cats wearing 3D glasses.

34. Dustin Hoffman's infamous “I’m walkin’ here” line in Midnight Cowboy was unscripted. He reacted in character to almost being hit by a cab.

35. Hugo Weaving said of voicing Megatron in Transformers, "I had no knowledge of it. I didn’t care about it. I didn't think about it. It was meaningless to me. I never read the script. I just have my lines, and I don’t know what they mean."

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