Paul Rudd handed out cookies to people waiting to cast their vote in Brooklyn ahead of the presidential election in the US.
The actor, wearing a face mask, jeans, a cap and a hoodie, walked along the queue of people handing out the sweet treats to ‘say thank you’.
In a video posted to Twitter by Guster drummer Brian Rosenworcel, Paul is introduced to those waiting in line.
He says: ‘I wanna say thank you for coming out and voting and doing your part’, as he handed out the cookies.
Brian later revealed his cookie was blueberries and cream flavoured.
Paul Rudd was on hand to lift voters’ spirits (Picture: @Bowl_of_Worcel) Paul handed out cookies ‘to say thank you’ (Picture: @Bowl_of_Worcel)
In September he went viral after appearing in a brilliant coronavirus PSA, pretending to be a millennial and encouraging his fellow kids to wear face coverings.
The 51-year-old has previously stated his intention to ‘yeet the virus’ by debunking dangerous coronavirus conspiracy theories alongside John Cena, Billy Porter and Catherine O’Hara.
He also joined his fellow Avengers stars in a virtual fundraiser for Joe Biden, who is running for president against Donald Trump.
He is not the only celebrity rallying people to make sure they make their voice heard in the election.
The likes of Gigi Hadid, Julia Roberts, Ryan Reynolds, Snoop Dogg and Selena Gomez have been using social media to encourage fans to vote.
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