Thursday, December 27, 2012
Celebrities brighten our lives in so many ways. And many celebrities, like Matt Damon, quietly work to brighten the lives of fellow stars who are struggling.
Matt gives away his old suits, shirts, and shoes through Celebrity Dress For Success, an acclaimed program that helps down-and-out celebrities look their best.
Although Matt is too modest to discuss his charitable work, friends confirm that he also provides free counseling to stars trying to rebuild their lives after an unsuccessful movie, embarrassing Twitter gaffe, or other setback.
On this particular day, Matt wasn't even a guest on the Late Show. He stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theater to deliver clothes and a pep talk to Adam Sandler, who's been living in the boiler room since the release of last summer's "That's My Boy." With the help of selfless friends like Matt, perhaps Adam will get back on his feet in 2013.
Provided to you as part of the Anne Hathaway Year-End Bonus Photo Event (another acclaimed charity):