For the past 4 months, I have asked fans to make their birthday present for Sean a donation. Every donation would equal one Golden Heart and every Golden Heart would be $1 that I would donate to a charity of Sean’s choosing.
I’m happy to say that we got a total of 140 Golden Hearts which means a donation of $140 to the White Helmets (I included a screencap of the donation I just made below).
A big thank you to the Hoodies below without whom this wouldn’t have been possible. Some donated multiple times to various charities. You guys truly have Hearts of Gold just like Sean.
I was in Utrecht, Netherlands the other weekend and got the opportunity to see Sean again. I could never get tired of meeting him because he makes every single time special and goes out of his way to make the experience as beautiful and amazing as possible. He took time out of his busy schedule to make room for me and let me interview him again and I can’t thank him enough for it.
I can’t tell you enough just how amazing he is with ALL his fans and how he makes everyone feel so special and I’m so grateful for all that he does and all that he gives to his fans. He is one of a kind for sure.
If you should ever get the chance to meet him: DO IT! Totally worth it.
I hope you enjoy this interview. This one concentrates more on Sean’s career and acting. The last question is included as an audio file because I think it’s beautiful to hear Sean talk about this and I think it will help a lot of people. A huge thanks to my friend Susanne for helping with the audio and transcribing it for you guys.
Sean did a wonderful interview with Bullies Keep Out. His words are inspiring. I love how he is so passionate about doing the right thing and standing up for what is right and good. Other people could be more like him.
A hitherto struggling actor and minor celebrity whose treading of the boards for the past twenty years has finally paid off with a lead Hollywood film role. To celebrate he invites seven University friends to a large country house for one extraordinary weekend reunion. Life has been kinder to some than others, and what starts with a veneer of friendly banter and mutual respect soon descends into acrimony and resentment as old rivalries resurface.