20 Celebrities No One Can Hate, According To Reddit

You adore and admire a celebrity, and your family, friends, and colleagues also love him? You might feel like you've hit the jackpot. No one hates your idol. Is anything better in this world?
So, what makes a celebrity loved by everyone? Good manners, of course, comes as a priority. That celebrity treats people around him nicely and politely. In other words, people see the kindness and sincerity in his behaviors. Second, that celebrity has had a successful career. He may start from zero or was born privileged, but managed to make a name for himself in his field. Finally (and most importantly), his work gives back to the community. An actor's movie, for instance, is recognized by the audience and film critics.
This list includes 20 celebrities no one can hate. Reddit user u/matiignr has recently raised this question on Ask/Reddit and received thousands of upvotes and comments. Redditors were excited to name celebrities who deserve the world's love and support. Scroll down to know who they are!

#1 Steve Buscemi

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During 9/11 the man went down to his old firehouse and volunteered. A fucking hero! No one can hate him. - pazuzusboss

#2 Brendan Fraser

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The Mummy 1 & 2, George Of The Jungle, Bedazzled, Looney Toons and Doom Patrol. Brandon did an awesome job in all of them. - aaronryder773

#3 Hugh Laurie

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I’ve only ever heard good things about Hugh Laurie. - TonyDanzer

#4 Julie Andrews


I’ve met her, had a cup of tea with her in her house. Every bit as charming and as personable as you could ever imagine. The definition of a class act. - phatelectribe

#5 Christopher Lee


Fought in WWII, played Dracula, a wizard, a Sith Lord, and many other roles. He also was in a metal band. - Icy_Wildcat

#6 Sir Terry Pratchett

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Amazing writer and generally an all round nice guy but also not a pushover. - Awesomevindicator

#7 John Candy

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"I'm Buck Melanoma. Moley Russell's wart. Not her wart. Not her wart! I'm... I'm the wart. She's my tumor. My... my growth. My... uh, my pimple. I'm Uncle Wart. Just old Buck "Wart" Russell. That's what they call me, or Melanoma Head. They'll call me that. "Melanoma Head's coming." I'm s... uncle! Maisy Russell's uncle!" - doihafta

#8 Alan Rickman

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As convincing as he could be playing bad guys, he seemed like he was a very nice guy off-screen. - NoodlesrTuff1256

#9 Maggie Smith

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She was truly amazing as McGonagall.

"I've always wanted to use that spell"

Pure joy every time I hear that. -  lokopo0715

#10 Dame Judy Dench

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I never see anyone talking any shit about her. She's renowned for her acting and her personality all things considered. - Misterwuss

#11 David Tennant

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Met him several times as his sister was a teacher at the special education school that I worked in, in Scotland, lovely bloke, always super happy and cheery and was great with all the kids too. - ghildish__cambino

#12 Rick Moranis

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Rick Moranis. I mean, the guy literally gave up his acting career to be a full time Stay-At-Home Dad when his wife died... - Davi_323

#13 LeVar Burton

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Great actor, host of a treasured children's show, and never involved in any kind of drama from what I can remember. - sudo999

#14 Mr. Rogers

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I met him in person. My mother used to work at Idewild park and he would come there often to oversee the production of the Mr. Roger's neighborhood ride. When he would talk to you, you felt like you were the only person in the room and he was so fascinated by every single word you said. Not in a creepy way. This guy heard the people around him and cared. He was a gem.  - Lexjude

#15 Steve Zahn


I've never heard a bad word about him, he plays really quirky parts, and my stepdad went to high school with him. - Zealousideal-Way-838

#16 Dolly Parton

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My uncle did some contracting work for her ages ago (and got connected with that job through someone she knew). Years later when I was a kid at Dollywood, she walked right up to him and thanked him for the work he did and had like a long conversation with him. My mind was blown that she remembered him like 10 years later and was so nice and inviting. I was like 8 or 9 at the time and when she spoke to me directly, I nearly peed myself and was so nervous I couldn't muster up anything but a meek 'Hi'. - GravG

#17 Betty White

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Favorite Betty White quote:

If I had a dick, this is where I would tell you to suck it. - ThorTheMastiff

#18 Bob Ross

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Literally never heard anyone hate him before, it’s funny to me that he was a drill sergeant before he was painting. - A_DifferentOpinion

#19 Tony Hawk


I've never heard negative shit about Tony Hawk. - purple_yosher

#20 David Attenborough

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My dad hates him because he made a bet with me that I wouldn’t know the name of the guy narrating the show we were watching. Easy $50. - NormalJoee
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