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Ivan The Awesome

Ever meet a celebrity?

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I did, a couple actually.

Kevin Spacey and Sandra Bullock.

My favorite was definitely Sandra Bullock. She gave me a tip too $50 bucks. She was so nice, and I loved to talk. Apparently she lived in NC for a while. She was very down to earth. This was around 2002 or so. So yeah it was ten years ago. Oh my. I feel old.

Spacey was cool too but not as talkative as Sandra. Of course I was on the job so I couldn't be talking to him. LOL.

I was a banquet server at a very pricey hotel in NC at the time.

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Tom Berenger was cool as poo but he had his stuck up wife looked liked she was in her 20's she was a bitch. I heard they divorced last year

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Everybody in Iron Man 3 will be where I work. Scarlett Johansen is in IM3.

Between golf tournaments and the studio, I've met at least 100. Major and minor.

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Everybody in Iron Man 3 will be where I work. Scarlett Johansen is in IM3.

Between golf tournaments and the studio, I've met at least 100. Major and minor.

You must live in wilmington? isn't that where they are filming? Dude if you meet Scar Jo, I'd totally envy you. She's such a doll. I've seen some of her interviews, I know that's not the most grounded way to depict a person. But she seemed very cool.

I'd like to meet Robert Downey Jr too, he strikes me as the kind of guy I'd have a beer with, or shots.

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I Had a 10 min conversation with will smith while i was in the navy.

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I have met a ton of athletes that are famous....A lady I know is in Army Wifes

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Dozens of musical artists when I worked at a record store. My fave was Slick Rick haha. Most annoying was two members of the Smashing Pumpkins.

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