Actor Paul Rudd surprised a 12-year-old boy who was refused to communicate with classmates
The boy was very happy when he met the famous actor Paul Rudd.
Meeting Paul Rudd, the actor who plays Ant-Man, was a delight for a 12-year-old kid whose peers refused to sign his yearbook.
In May, the boy’s mother discussed the event in a post she posted on Facebook and the actor, now 53, contacted her.
In the letter, Cassandra wrote: “My poor boy. It doesn’t look like it’s getting any better” when she uploaded a photo of her son’s yearbook pages with the caption, “Even though Brody asked all the kids to sign it, there were a total of 2 students who wrote in his yearbook”.
Cassandra also noted in the post with the photo that her son moved to school a year ago and not only failed to make friends, but over the past two years he has been bullied by his peers.
Rudd saw the post and contacted Brody Ridder, who is 12 and lives in Westminster, Colorado. He sent him a note and gave him an autographed Ant-Man helmet.
Both Brody and his mother Cassandra were taken aback by Rudd’s kind gesture, and Cassandra posted images of the gifts they received on Facebook.
Rudd stated, “It’s vital to remember that even the hardest things get better sooner or later. I am one of many people who adore you and consider you the most wonderful child in the world! I can’t wait to admire the incredible things you will do in the future”
Cassandra also posted screenshots of her son and actor’s chats on Facebook and said the celebrity and her child were FaceTime and text messaging each other.
A boy in seventh grade wrote a short story that quickly went viral and caught the attention of high school students and even Broadway actors. His classmates from Westminster, Colorado, took it upon themselves to fill out the signature pages of his yearbook.
In June, the cast invited Brody to attend a performance of the musical in New York. In addition, they asked him to bring his yearbook with him so that they could sign it.