It was like a scene out of an action movie when actor, Josh Brolin, saved a surfer from drowning to death in Hawaii. Check out the star’s act of heroism, which was all caught on camera!
No stunt doubles here folks! Josh Brolin, 47, was enjoying a romantic vacation with his girlfriend in Hawaii on Feb. 27, when he noticed a fellow surfer struggling against the ocean’s current. We have the details on how the True Grit actor saved a stranger’s life!
Josh Brolin Rescues Surfer From Drowning To Death In Hawaii
In order to save the surfer from drowning, the California native put his surfing skills to use by guiding the unidentified surfer to shore.
Indeed, Josh showed off his true bravery from the beginning by approaching a man, who was floating face down on his board according to the Daily Mail.
See the incredible pics and video here!
Meanwhile, a bystander in Hawaii captured every aspect of the star’s act of courage. In the video, Josh grabs the leash on the surfer’s board and uses his man power to paddle him to shore!
Josh Brolin Becomes A Hero In Hawaii
Meanwhile, the star’s act of bravery didn’t even make headlines until a few weeks later when the video was shared on March 13. Talk about the ultimate act of humility from a leading man in Hollywood.
Before the actor turned into a real life version of Baywatch‘s Lt. Mitch Buchannon, Josh reportedly traveled to the island to enjoy some R&R with his girlfriend, Kathryn Boyd according to the Daily Mail.
The star seems to be like the best version of himself these days, especially considering how rocky 2013 was for him.
We hope that it’s only smooth sailing (and surfing) for the star!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Josh’s act of bravery? Let us know!
— Jordyn Shaffer