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‘Stranger Issues’ Joseph Quinn breaks down in tears after fan praises him, watch

‘Stranger Issues’ Joseph Quinn breaks down in tears after fan praises him, watch

Stranger Issues’ star Joseph Quinn’s emotional response to a fan’s heartfelt praise has received praises on the web.

Quinn, who performed the fan-favorite function of Eddie Munson in season 4 of the hit sci-fi present, was dropped at tears at London Comedian Con when a fan thanked him for being ‘so good’ on the conference after occasion workers allegedly ‘rushed’ his meet and greet the day earlier than.

Within the viral, Quinn, 29, was seen taking a Q&A on the conference when a fan expressed her gratitude to the actor.

“Mine’s probably not a query, it’s extra of an extension of gratitude, actually,” the fan may very well be heard within the video saying. “I’m positive quite a lot of us have heard what occurred yesterday – whether or not it’s true or not – about the way you have been handled.”

“I feel all of us are a part of Eddie, we’ve all travelled far as a result of all of us actually join with you as properly and you actually made our weekend,” the fan added.

She additional stated, “You’ve actually made mine as properly, you have been simply so good to me and my information canine yesterday and nonetheless you have been handled yesterday, you realize, we’re so grateful. Thanks!”

An emotional Quinn responded via tears, “Why’d you try this?

“That’s very sort of you. Thanks in your form phrases,” he stated. “I by no means anticipated this, in my profession, ever,” he added.

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