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Celebrity Heroes

Dustin Hoffman
The “Rain Man” actor has been credited with saving the life of a jogger who suffered a heart attack while exercising in London’s Hyde Park. According to the Sun, Hoffman called emergency services and tended to the stricken man, 27-year-old Sam Dempster. The 74-year-old Hoffman lives nearby and stayed at the man’s side until paramedics had restarted his heart. Demptster told the publication, “I have no memory of what happened. The paramedics told me I had been saved by Dustin Hoffman. It's unbelievable."

Dustin Hoffman, Mila Kunis, and more celebrity heroes who saved the day

May 10, 2012

Stars: Aside from providing entertainment on stage and screen, some seem to be patrolling the streets, at the ready to jump in and save the day. Who needs “The Avengers” when we have these real-life heroes? Here, a celebrity roll call of some very famous people doing some very good deeds. (By Claudine Zap)

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