Oscar winner and selfie king
He debuted almost 40 years ago in the film Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, under the direction of Steven Spielberg.
Now, he is one of the most popular faces in Hollywood for being the Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”
But without a doubt, Ke Huy Quan has been the sensation in this awards season for becoming the king of selfies.
“My journey began on a ship. I spent a year in a refugee camp. Somehow I ended up here, on the biggest stage in Hollywood,” he said, picking up the golden statuette.
Yes, the man born in Vietnam has taken advantage of his return to Hollywood to take a number of photos with many celebrities.
It all started with the promotion of the film, which won the Oscar for Best Picture, continued with some presentations, award ceremonies such as the Golden Globes and now also in fashionista moments such as the last Versace show in Los Angeles.
Anne Hathaway, Demi Moore, Miley Cyrus, Channig Tatum and Jenna Ortega are some of the celebrities who appear on her Instagram profile. But the list does not end there.
The star has taken advantage of every opportunity to take pictures with her fellow actors, singers or celebrities. The vast majority are selfies in which she appears pointing at the other person and looking astonished.
Brendan Fraser, Austin Butler, Zendaya, Julianne Moore, Ana de Armas, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt and Lily James are also on the list.
“I have a nephew who loves to collect Pokémon cards. I? I feel blessed to be able to collect celebrity selfies. Here are a few I hadn’t been able to share,” he wrote on a carousel of photos.
But on occasion he has left selfie mode to take pictures, for example hugging Steven Spielberg or putting on the iconic Zoolander look next to Ben Stiller.
His Instagram profile has become a catalog of celebrities.