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Adam Sandler is known for playing a few beloved characters on screen, but he proved equally charming off-set and remained calm after a car accident in Los Angeles on May 22.
The 55-year-old actor appears to have been involved in a minor fender bender while driving down San Vicente Boulevard in the affluent area of Brentwood, Southern California.
While most drivers exchange insurance and registration information after an accident, Sandler posed for a few selfies with the other driver involved.
Sandler and the woman both seemed in good spirits as the Billy Madison star checked out some scratches on one of the vehicles.
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He recently returned from New York, where he delivered the commencement address to the graduating class of his subject alma at NYU Tisch School of the Arts nearly 34 years after his own college graduation.
Sandler praised the promotion for its interest in the arts, saying, “We just want to give our fellow human beings an escape from this increasingly psychotic world we live in.
“The main reason we Tischies chose the arts is because we literally can’t do anything else. What was I going to do, become an investment banker? not even my wallet three times a week.”
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The ‘Uncut Gems’ star joked with parents in the audience that they had “really screwed up” raising their kids.
“You could support these kids for a very long time,” he said. “They’re not leaving the nest anytime soon. It’s a tough business they’ve chosen, but there’s still time to talk them out of it.”
He added, “I try to talk my kids out of showbiz, and they know Adam Sandler.”
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Sandler and his wife Jackie have two daughters: Sadie, 16, and Sunny, 13.
The former ‘Saturday Night Live’ cast member, who topped the 2021 celebrity style list with her casual look, offered “two pieces of advice” for parents.
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“#1, somehow slip your child’s photo to Mr. Martin Scorsese before this event is over,” he joked. “He’ll love it, I promise. He’ll probably take the back exit from here, so make sure you get there before he does.
“And don’t take no for an answer. That’s how Leo’s mom did it,” he said, referring to Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio.
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