Have you ever met a famous person at work?
Have you ever met a famous person while you were working?
It seems like a daily thing at this Target in LA
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Yes I worked at MTV for 14 years. Too many to mention.
Many but the most memorable was Mel Blanc. We were having a conversation but every time he spoke, he used a different Looney Toons character voice. I spoke with Bugs Bunny, Sylvester, Yosemite Sam and Foghorn Leghorn. It was hilarious.
I have met John Cena, Tiffany Haddish, Anna Kendrick, Kelsea Ballerini, the band OneRepublic, and lots of celebrity sports players on the Patriots! (GO PATS BABY!)
As a theatre major in college on a work-study program, it frequently was my job to stage manage/assist visiting artists. I staged Miles Davis' performance. At one point, he asked my name. Then, he repeated my name and told me I was cool. Miles Davis told me I was cool. I win.
I made a commercial with Todd Gurley he was s super nice guy! I also worked with Future, he was too cool for words.
Many ~ a better question might be who is the most famous person you ever met at work? Mine? Probably Muhammad Ali.
I have met several famous people when I was working in restaurants. When I was a server in Philadelphia I met Hall of Fame Running Back Emmitt Smith and legendary hitter Manny Rameriz both in town for the MLB All-Star game that year. Before that my most famous person I served was former Senator from TN Al Gore; before he was to become Vice President.
Lala the radio speaker She resemble Beyonce the performer she gave me an autograph years ago
Many times, sports stars from the Steelers,Pirates and Penguins. They also filmed 2 or 3 movies on the zoo grounds. I tried to keep out of their way as they were working. They usually had good questions as I did my work, it was fun ! Ford
My most famous was probably when I gave Michael Jackson directions to a house in Hermosa Beach - had a weird meeting with Tom Cruise when he was at McDonnell Douglas making Top Gun - but I never reacted - it’s not cool to make a fuss when you live in LA