On Adam Driver’s birthday, Mark Hamill sends him a sweet message.


On Adam Driver’s birthday, Mark Hamill sends him a lovely message.

On November 19th, Adam Driver, the Academy Award-nominated actor who has appeared in films such as Marriage Story, BlacKkKlansman, The Last Duel, and others, turned 38 years old.

Many fans recognize Driver from the Star Wars sequels as Kylo RenBen Solo.

Many Star Wars fans use social media to commemorate Driver’s birthday, and they weren’t alone this week.

In honor of Driver’s birthday, Mark Hamill, the legendary actor who played Luke Skywalker, a.k.a. Driver’s onscreen uncle, also posted a sweet message.

“SHOUT OUT TO ADAM DRIVER,” Hamill wrote, “for no particular reason other than being a spectacular actor, a wonderful human being, as well as a driver of small cars and a finder of lost dogs.”

The following is a link to the post:

SHOUT OUT to Adam Driver for no other reason than he’s a fantastic actor, a wonderful human being, a small-car driver, and a dog finder.

pic.twitter.comd1Hlb32WhO from one of your fans, Mar

In case you missed it, Hamill and Driver went viral in 2019 for collaborating to locate a lost dog.

Leos Carax was on location in Brussels directing Annette when his dog Javelot bolted from the traffic.

Driver enlisted Hamill’s assistance in spreading the word and bringing Javelot back to his family.

It made sense, given Hamill’s strong social media presence, which includes over 4 million Twitter followers.

He made a sincere video message about the situation and how people could contact the crew so that the puppy could be safely returned.

Thankfully, Javelot was reunited with Carax during the production, so those prayers were answered.

In the case of Driver, he is currently promoting House of Gucci, his second Ridley Scott film of the year.

The film is based on the true story of Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), who planned the assassination of her husband, Maurizio Gucci (Driver).

Naturally, chaos ensues among these wealthy individuals, and the media becomes enamored with the scandal.

In addition to Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, and Salma Hayek, the film stars Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, and Salma Hayek.

In the case of Hamill, he was recently in Serbia filming The Machine, in which he will co-star with comedian Bert Kreischer.

The film will be based on a true story about Kreischer’s involvement with the Russian mafia that he has told in his stand-up sets…

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