10 Celebrities Who Are Real Life Heroes

5. Tom Cruise

Tom cruise faced bad press many times but this celebrity has also done some heroic deeds that did not take much attention from media. It was far before the last decade when Tom Cruise witnessed an accident in which a car hit a woman and sped off without stopping in Los Angeles.  Tom cruise called the ambulance for help and stayed with the woman until she was taken to the hospital by the ambulance. He later on found that the woman was not insured and cannot pay the bill of the hospital, the mission impossible hero made it possible for her by giving her $7000, the entire amount of the bill. He did not stop his good deeds here; he is also credited for saving two young boys from being crushed by crowds. He also saved a sinking ship by sending help during his vacation with his wife Nicole Kidman.


4. Arnold Schwarzenegger

The governor and the action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger never leave the trademark of his skill in his real life. Arnold saved the life of a man who was struggling in water and had a threat for his life, he noticed that the person was in need of help and jumped into the water to reach the man. The man told him that he was having trouble as he was struggling from cramp and was unable to reach the shoreline. He laid the man on to a boogie board, swam him back to shore and stayed with him until he got back his breath and tranquility.


3. Brad Pitt

The Brad Pitt became a real life hero when he was busy in acting for a scene in his reel life. In august 2011, the actor was on the set of World War Z when he found that a lady who was working as an extra in his film was bashed down on the ground by almost 700 people during the recording of a zombie scene. She fell down and nearly crushed before Pitt Grabbed and rescued her from dying. It was reported that many extras got hurt on the set and suffered broken bones, bruises and bumps. An insider gave a report that the incident happened in the mid scene and the girl could not even believe that Brad rescued her.   This is not the first time when the actor did these heroic tasks, in 2008 at Venice Film Festival; he did the same deed by saving his fan from slipping down in water.


2. Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford is not only a good actor and a producer but also a great human being. He has a home in Wyoming and owns a private helicopter which he offers for rescue missions at a cost of $1000 to lend his hand in the divine operation. It is reported that in an incident when one of the women from hiking team of two fell ill and was not able to come down from the mountain on her own. The other member called for help and took her friend to the nearby meadow to wait for the rescue. They were completely unaware of the pilot of the helicopter that reached for their help. It was none other than the Harrison Ford himself in a cowboy hat and a simple tee shirt who helped the sick women by taking her to aid.


1. T.I

The rapper T.I who was due in Federal court after getting busted for drug possession in October 2010 got good karma too. The T.I’s good friend who is a Radio DJ Ryan Cameron was broadcasting from a 22 story building meanwhile he came to know that an Atlanta man was threatening to jump from the top floor for suicide. The Cameron called his friend T.I and asked for favor from his friend who was on his way for a shooting. T.I reached the building beside his entire busy schedule and tried to approach the man but the authorities were not allowing him to do so, thanks to the new technology, he immediately recorded a short video message in which he urge the man and forbid him from committing suicide saying that he is here for him and telling the guy it is not that bad, and it will be OK …. The police officials showed the video to the guy. His message helped a lot and the guy back off the ledge where as the Rapper never took the credit of saving a life and said that it was God who put him in the position to help.

One thought on “10 Celebrities Who Are Real Life Heroes

  1. Sorry, but I would not call Tom Cruise a hero for calling 911. I’ve personally done more than that on more than one occasion.

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