Here are some actors who've played superheroes in movies before but are bigger superheroes in real life. They take on a role that's much bigger than in film. Check it out below:
Robert Downey Jr.
RDJ supports at least 11 different charities for 12 different causes. He even used his Iron Man character to do this.
Chris Pratt is a regular fixture at Children's Hospitals where he appears as Star Lord for the sole purpose of brightening the day for sick kids.
Chris Evans is a supporter of a number of charities and even used his Captain America role as a bet with Chris Pratt which resulted in the pair visiting kids at two Children's hospitals in full costume.
The best Batman ever rushed to the aid of those who were injured during the Aurora shootings that occurred at the premiere of the final Batman film. He spent the whole afternoon meeting with victims, doctors and responding officers. He's also flown terminally ill children to meet with him.
The best Superman ever, Christopher Reeve's riding accident left him paralyzed from neck down in 1995, which inspired him to launch one of the most successful foundations for spinal injury research in the world.
Hugh Jackman recently took to Twitter with $100,000 AUD to crowdsource the best way to donate the money. He then visited Ethiopia, where he co-founded Laughing Man Worldwide - a company that sells gourmet coffee and tea and uses the revenue to give back to the global community.
He may not be the best Batman, but George Clooney is a bigger superhero in real life. He is one of the most charitable and active supporters of human rights and he's donated to over 35 charities, supporting over 25 causes.
Andrew Garfield raised tens of thousands for children's charities and even visited non-profit-after school programs in costumes.
Ruffalo proves that he's got a bigger and less angry heart, spearheading one of the most successful celebrity fundraisers. He single-handedly raised $182,000 for Water Defense, an organization to preserve the world's drinking water.
Thor recently became the spokesperson for the Australian Childhood Foundation - an organization that seeks to combat child abuse.
Scarlett Johansson works with 28 charities, and has been an 8-year veteran ambassador for Oxfam, a charity combating global poverty.
Henry Cavill supports many small charities such as the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund and the Durrell Wildlife Charity.
Reynolds is one of the Board of Directors for the Michael J. Fox Foundation against Parkinsons and he and his wife occasionally visit pediatric wards to brighten the day for sick kids and more.
The star of The Spirit, Gabriel Macht partnered with Globe and Project Wonderful to raise awareness for the support for rebuilding Ormoc, a city ravaged by Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines.
Ben Afflect will be the next Batman, but he's a much bigger superhero than that. He has a whole Wikipedia subsection on the charitable causes he supports. From the Eastern Congo Initiative to many more.
Seth Rogen is working to promote Hilarity for Charity, an organization he co-founded to inspire change and raise awareness of Alzheimeir's disease.
Alec Baldwin once played The Shadow in the 1994 film, and one of his acts as real-life superhero include several massive donations to the New York Philharmonic, millions to cultural charities and even headlining for PETA to speak out against animal cruelty.
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