This serial celeb spotter has the ultimate selfie collection – after being pictured with hundreds of famous people.
Nicholas Hale has blagged snaps with some of the world’s biggest A-listers including Jack Nicholson, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Tom Cruise, Claudia Schiffer and Nicole Kidman.
The 50-year-old admits he has been lucky after bumping into many celebs, including the likes of Tom Jones and Woody Harrelson, completely by chance.
However, Nick, from Scarborough in North Yorkshire, has also been known to track down some celebrities and his job as a cruise ship singer and comedian also means he gets to travel to some exotic star-studded locations.
Serial celeb spotter says a lot of his pictures are just pure chance
He said: “I’ve always been pretty lucky when it comes to bumping into famous people.
“Working on cruise ships you tend to get to meet some celebrities and that’s how it all started for me really.
“A lot of my pictures are just pure chance though.
“For instance, I bumped into Emma Thompson at Heathrow airport and spotted Woody Harrelson while I was in Ravello in Italy.
“I was in New York and Claudia Schiffer just happened to walk into the bar I was in.
“I was sat in another bar in St Barts when Jack Nicholson came along and asked me what the beer was like.
“Honestly you couldn’t make this stuff up.
“I’ve met some really really lovely people and some really horrible people.
“Funnily enough it seems the more famous they are the nicer they are and as long as there aren’t loads of people around, they’re happy to talk for quite a while.
“I always try and say something to make them laugh so that they relax and then hopefully we get a good shot.
“Woody Harrelson joked he was going to pretend he wanted to kill me though and I think that looks pretty accurate in the photo.
“It’s crazy really, I post the pictures on Facebook and my friends are always guessing who I’m going to bump into next.
“My idol was always Robin Williams but sadly it’s too late to meet him now, I’d also really love to meet David Attenborough one day.”