“I want to say thank you for coming out and doing your part and voting,” Rudd is heard saying in one video shared on Twitter by Fandom.
It appears Rudd, 51, visited the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
“Haai, look at us, who would’ve thought.. we’d be enjoying cookies with Paul Rudd after voting in BK #MakeHistoryHere,” the venue’s official Twitter account wrote on Thursday, alongside several photos of the “Ant-Man” star with voters.
Hollywood stars have been encouraging their fans to vote: from Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom creating their own song to Julia Roberts reposting a revised version of her famous quote to Hugh Grant from the romantic drama “Notting Hill.”
Intussen, verlede maand, Rudd also conducted a comedic skit aimed at millennials in order to get them to wear masks amid the coronaviruspandemie.
The public service announcement (PSA), sponsored by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, used pop culture references and lingo aimed at a younger audience to get the point across.