Luke Wilson, Tom Hardy, Ryan Gosling and 6 More A-List Celebs Who Became Heroes in Real Life

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Being a strong and brave hero on the screen with a written scenario and graphical effects it’s an easy task but saving someone’s life for real without a double or a bump artist is much harder.

Here’s a list of celebs who make us proud for saving people’s lives for real.

Luke Wilson

The most recent news report about heroic Luke Wilson who rescued a woman following deadly car crash.

Wilson, whose own car was clipped in the three-vehicle accident, pulled a 50-year-old woman from the smoking wreckage of her BMW.

“He was the hero, he led the charge,” said 46-year-old tattoo artist Sean Heirigs, who was right behind the accident.

The witness further explained that both of them were worried that the BMW could burst into flames if they didn’t jump into action quickly.

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Source: David Livingston/Getty Images

Tom Hardy

According to UK’s The Sun, Tom Hardy witnessed two teens in London on a stolen moped as they crashed it into a Mercedes and then tried to escape. Hardy took off sprinting after them, vaulting over backyard fences until he eventually caught the perpetrators.

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Kate Winslet

While actress Kate Winslet and her children were staying on bazillionaire Sir Richard Branson’s private island in 2012, a fire broke out at the 14 bedroom “Great House.”

Winslet, after seeing her kids got out safely, ran back inside and carried Branson’s 90-year-old mother to safety.

Branson later said: “She said it’s like being in a film set, where you’re waiting for the words ‘cut,’ but they just don’t come. So it was quite surreal for her to be in a real-life situation.”

Here’s what Kate responded: “Richard Branson is a pretty good guy to have owe you a big favor.”

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Source: Jack Brockway/Splash News

Harrison Ford

The Star Wars actor used his private helicopter to help aid in a search and rescue mission after a hiker went missing in Wyoming. According to ABC News, Ford rescued Sarah George, 20, who couldn’t believe A-list star saved her life.

She admits she was pretty embarrassed after she “barfed” in Ford’s chopper!

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Source: JIM SMEAL/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK

Jennifer Lawrence

In 2012, Lawrence was at her apartment in Santa Monica, California, when she noticed a woman on the ground. Lawrence reportedly rushed over to help and stayed until medical personnel arrived.

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Source: Getty Images

Brad Pitt

While Brad Pitt was filming World War Z he noticed that a female extra had fallen. Without doubting he ran over to save her from being trampled.

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Source: Getty Images

Ryan Gosling

In August 2011, the Internet saw a video of Gosling breaking up a street fight in the middle of a Manhattan intersection.

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Here’s a video fo how it was.

Hugh Jackman

According to a report from Austrailia’s 9 News, Jackson’s son got caught in a riptide—one of the most deadly and dangerous aspects of beachside fun—and Jackman jumped in and swam him back to shore.

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Chris Rock

The actor and comedian was at a New Jersey area mall when a woman went into labor. Instead of avoiding the crowd, Rock hurried over to the woman and tried to keep her calm by making her laugh. He reportedly stayed with her until paramedics showed up.

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Source: Getty Images

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Luke Wilson, Tom Hardy, Ryan Gosling and 6 More A-List Celebs Who Became Heroes in Real Life
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Luke Wilson, Tom Hardy, Ryan Gosling and 6 More A-List Celebs Who Became Heroes in Real Life
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Being a strong and brave hero on the screen with a written scenario and graphical effects it’s an easy task but saving someone’s life for real without a double or a bump artist is much harder. Here’s a list of celebs who make us proud for saving people’s lives for real.
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