Johnny Depp Dons Jack Sparrow Costume to Visit Kids in the Hospital


Johnny Depp might be pretty busy filming the latest “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie in Australia, but he took some time to surprise kids at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in his full Jack Sparrow costume, Nine News Brisbane reported.

Depp took photos and chatted with kids in the Brisbane hospital. One 7-year-old named Max Bennett, who was on life support just weeks ago, even received gold coins from the celeb, according to ABC News. You can watch the exchange in the video below:

The 52-year-old movie star often visits hospitals in costume, according to Nine News Brisbane.

Check out more photos from his heartwarming visit below:

 


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