Given the recent Dave Chapelle Controversy over statements he made in his Netflix comedy special “The Closer”, much has been said about the demolition culture and its role in the entertainment business.
In a world where any celebrity can be seen as problematic in some way, one Reddit user went online to ask the question, “Who is this one celebrity who doesn’t have haters?”
Although the thread started five months ago, fans have continued to respond over the past few months to create an impressive list of celebrities who don’t seem to be canceled anytime soon.
Dolly Parton is one of the healthiest country singers and humanists there is.
After her 1974 song “Jolene” became a success, the 75-year-old Tennessee was approached for film roles. Although she eventually began a long film career, Parton revealed that she initially turned down many roles because she wanted to be very careful about the way she was portrayed on screen.
“I think people know I respect myself and people usually respect people who respect themselves,” she explained. “But I would never do really heavy, serious love scenes, like drooling kissing scenes and so on. I certainly wouldn’t do anything as rude as being naked. It’s fine for some people if they want to, but I always think about my mom and dad and my people and how I grew up. “
Alex Trebek was a long-time presenter of the quiz game show “Jeopardy!”. Trebek unfortunately passed away on November 8, 2020 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Given how much drama and controversy “Jeopardy!” Over the past few months, fans have been grateful that Trebek has given the show stability throughout its 37-year run.
However, Trebek was much more than a game show host. Often described as a “boot on the ground”, the humanitarian worker often visited countries to help disadvantaged communities in every possible way. He even traveled to Ethiopia amid a famine in the 1980s to do what he could to help.
Former CEO of World Vision Canada, Dave ToycenHe said Alex was “very caring for children,” adding, “In the midst of his busy schedule, he always made time for those struggling with poverty. He has been incredibly supportive of me and the mission is always about itself seen.”
Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen became an instant sensation for his portrayal of “Hannibal” on the NBC television series from 2013-2015.
Since then he has starred in “Druk”, “Riders of Justice” and even has a role in “Indiana Jones 5”. He also takes on the role of the dark wizard Gellert Grindlewald in 2022’s Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore. He takes on the role of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor Johnny Deppwhich was then removed from the roll Amber heard2018’s Op-Ed on Suspected Domestic Violence.
Mikkelsen himself was not involved in any scandals. Instead, the internet is filled with pictures of him attending a Sick Kids charity breakfast and other charity events with fans. He also received the Lauritzen Award for his work with the Refugee United charity.
actor Tom Hanks just seems to be an all-round nice guy. Hanks has appeared in some incredible films over the years, including “Forrest Gump” from 1994, “Saving Private Ryan” from 1998 and “Cast Away” from 2000.
One fan wrote: “Tom Hanks comes to mind. I forgot where I read it, probably on Reddit, but someone described him as the only person who could beat a nun drunk in an alley, and the world would be wondering, ‘D– what about that nun Come on?'”
Some fans added to the comment that they thought Hanks’ nice guy personality was just a facade to hide a much darker personality, but that’s something r / conspiracy needs to figure out.