Comedian Kevin Hart gave a deserving frontline medical worker probably the biggest surprise of his life Thursday when he told him he will have a role in his next movie.
Hart conference called Henry Law to tell him he’d won Kev’s All In Challenge sweepstakes and will get to go on camera and even deliver a line, TMZ reported.
“My man!” Hart shouted into his cellphone camera, “Henry, you will be in my next movie! You will have a line! You will not only have a trailer, you will have an assistant, you will have a five-star hotel, you will have a car service, you will get the whole sha-bang! You’re about to be the next Lenny Bruce! The next Denzel! The next Macaulay Culkin! Who knows, man!”
To which Law responded: “I look like the next Ken Jeong” referring to The Hangover movie star.
The prize is a great reward for Law, who is a Cherry Hill, N.J., anesthesiologist who has been helping to treat coronavirus patients during the pandemic.
Fans paid from $10 up to be a part of the All In Challenge sweepstakes which helps raise money to combat food insecurity.
“I’m so excited, man,” Law said with a big smile on his face.”
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