Dan Barkalow, a member of the Freehold American Legion - Monmouth Post 54, stopped when he saw a motorcycle rider stranded by the road. The stranded biker turned out to be rocker Bruce Springsteen, right, who invited Barkalow and his buddies for a round of drinks.
Actress Troian Bellisario treated the guy who found her phone to an epic weekend by letting him have her Coachella wristbands.
Rapper 2 Chainz is in charge of the charitable T.R.U. Foundation, and most recently gave furniture and a year's rent to a disabled veteran in his home state of Georgia.
Director James Gunn posted a Facebook comment he received from a father thanking him because his movie "Guardians of the Galaxy" helped a struggling child learn better motor skills.
When she heard about a little girl with an inoperable brain tumor, who was also a big fan of "Frozen," Kristen Bell called the girl to share a special message from "Princess Anna."
Peter Capaldi, who plays the 12th incarnation of Doctor Who, sent a video message to a 9-year-old fan grieving the loss of his grandmother. "You should know that we're on your side. So you look after yourself, take care and be happy."
When Benedict Cumberbatch wanted to share news of his engagement to director and actress Sophie Hunter, he kept it delightfully traditional. The announcement was made with nothing more than a six-line notice in the UK's The Times. Way to keep it real, Sherlock!
Is there a better surprise for a Trekkie than a visit from Patrick Stewart? The actor took some time out from his appearance at Atlanta's Dragon Con in August 2014 to meet a fan named Dawn Garrigus. The young girl has mitochondrial disease and asked to meet Stewart through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Stewart talked with her for a while, signed autographs and gave her a heartwarming hug.
Despite being one of the biggest celebrities around, Tom Hanks has a reputation for being a man of the people. Case in point: The actor quietly reported to jury duty in September 2013 before the case came to an abrupt end.