Page Six: Liam Neeson proves he's the ultimate gentleman at Denzel Washington's Broadway play

Jun 27, 2018
10:11 P.M.
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Known for being one of the kindest people in Hollywood, Liam Neeson did a random act of kindness as he watched a Broadway show starring Denzel Washington, as reported by Page Six.


The media publication revealed that theater spies saw Neeson at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on June 20th to watch The Iceman Cometh, which features Washington.

As he is a Hollywood A-lister, he was given a nice seat on the front row to get a good view of the show.

Although, knowing he is a 6-foot-4 man, he felt bad for the people at the back for he might obstruct their view. Hence, they would not be able to enjoy the show very much.

According to the theater spies, he decided to get up and switch seats with a couple who were seated further back.

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Just to make others enjoy the show, he exchanged his good seat to a cheap one proving how good of a person he is. Read more about Neeson and his good-hearted preaches on our Twitter page. Follow us at AmoMama USA.


As revealed by Movie Web, the Irish actor is known for his kind heart, especially for being the most favorite dad.


A recent poll revealed that Neeson placed number one as “Favorite Dad” and even beat former President Barack Obama on the list.

The website shared that the actor is a firm believer of random acts of kindness. What he did during the Broadway show proved that he truly walks the talk.

As for his projects, reports revealed that he might join the cast of Men in Black for an upcoming sequel. Although his character remains unnamed for now, he reportedly will be playing as the head of the U.K. division of the MiB.

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He will appear alongside Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.


The production is scheduled to start this summer and more details will be revealed about his character soon.

Star Wars fanatics have also been asking around whether Neeson will be returning on the franchise or not. He was made famous for his character as Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace.

According to Neeson, he has not been approached by the production yet but suggested that he would be open to the possibility of returning on the franchise.

Throughout his career, Neeson became famous for appearing in movies like Taken, Schindler’s List, and Batman Begins.