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Dustin Hoffman & Mila Kunis Become Real Life Heroes

In this edition of do-gooder celebrities, two more A-list stars had their hand in helping out someone in trouble. Both Mila Kunis and Dustin Hoffman rushed to the aid of others on separate occasions, helping to save their lives.

Dustin Hoffman also helped save a man’s life while he was passing through London’s Hyde Park. A jogger suffered a heart attack as Hoffman was passing by, and the actor rushed to his side and called an ambulance as he waited with him.

The man, Sam Dempster, later wrote on his personal blog, thanking medical staff and “my new found favorite celebrity Dustin Hoffman who called 999 and waited by my side until paramedics arrived,” according to the Huffington Post.

On a separate occasion, Kunis, 28, rushed to the side of an employee working at her house when the man collapsed and suffered a violent seizure. According to TMZ, Kunis raced to help the 50-year-old man to stop from choking on his own vomit while her friend called 911. Sources also say she volunteered to ride in the ambulance with the man, but it wasn’t necessary.

Thanks to her quick action, the man was rushed to the hospital and has made a full recovery.

Hear more about these celebs’ real life hero tales in the Entertainment Report!

Lisa Stanley

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