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Actor Patrick Mower received his vaccine on December 15, in his resident city Louth. The Emmerdale star said that the vaccination “was incredibly easy and painless.”
English rocker Marty Wilde, best known for the song “Teenager In Love,” received the vaccine in early December. He told Good Morning Britain that he hopes that him receiving the vaccination “influences a lot of people out there to get the injection.”
92-year old actor and choreographer Lionel Blair recently received his second dose of the vaccine. The famous tap dancer and host of Name That Tune told Good Morning Britain that receiving the vaccine was “the best birthday present.” LGBT Love Is Love 3D Cap
Yeehaw! Country-music legend Willie Nelson was seen in a post shared on Facebook by Austin’s Family Hospital Systems. Giving a thumbs-up, the 87-year-old musician proved that “getting your COVID vaccine is Willie cool!”
Comedy legend Steve Martin tweeted about getting the vaccine on January 17, saying, “Good news: I just got vaccinated! Bad news: I got it because I’m 75. Ha!” Keep laughing in the face of aging Steve, we need a Cheaper by the Dozen 3.
Oscar-winner and Cats star Dame Judi Dench told BBC News that received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on January 14. Now she can get back to making TikToks with her grandson Sam.
Another Judy, this time author of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Judy Blume, tweeted that she and the “husb” were vaccinated in Key West on January 8.
Former Great British Baking Show judge and cookbook sweetheart Mary Berry told Radio Times that she was pleased to receive the vaccine and discussed her childhood battle with polio, a now-eradicated disease thanks to vaccines.
Country icon Loretta Lynn shared on Instagram that she’s ready to “put Covid in the rear view mirror” and received her vaccine with her daughter Peggy Lynn on January 17. Go on, send COVID-19 to Fist City.
Even the Terminator needs to get vaccinated. The actor and politician waited in line at Dodger Stadium for his first dose of the vaccine, making sure to quote his iconic character afterward.
Famed Jazz singer Tony Bennett shared on January 13 that he received his first dose. Not a fan of the masked vaccine selfie, Bennett shared a dashing headshot instead.
Broadway legend Joel Grey, best known for his role as M.C. In Cabaret, was vaccinated in New York City. In an interview with People he said, “We have an unknown source of belief in life and love and humanity that saves us from all quitting. We must not quit. As theater people, one of our aims is to enlighten and tell the story and open a person’s heart. Hopefully we can do just that when the theater returns.”
The actor and future memoirist received the COVID-19 vaccine on January 22 at Dodger Stadium. In an Instagram post he said, “In my 80th year, I am grateful and hopeful for better days ahead.”
“Consider this an order from your Captain,” Kate Mulgrew told her Instagram followers after receiving the vaccine on January 25. The actress, known for playing Captain Kathryn Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager, showed off her post-vaccine Band-Aid after waiting in the “wee hours of Monday morning.”
The Marvel mainstay donned a cartoon superhero-themed mask while receiving his first dose of the vaccine on January 23 at the Forum in Inglewood.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry has not only received the vaccine, but created an informative TV special for BET called COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community: A Tyler Perry Special, in which he will show footage of him getting the vaccine and discuss the stigma around the vaccine for the Black community with doctors. The program will air on Thursday, January 28 at 9 p.M. EST.
Mystic River actor Sean Penn tweeted an image of him receiving the vaccine on January 26. Penn is also the co-founder CORE, a global response organization which currently tests for COVID and administers vaccines across the country.
Variety reported that the Indiana Jones actor waited over two hours in line for the COVID-19 vaccine in Torrance, California. While Ford has not shared the news himself, and a representative declined to comment other than a “thanks to the healthcare professionals and volunteers on the ground.”
When she’s not being a Real Housewives of Dallas star, Dr. Tiffany Moon is anesthesiologist, and shared on January 11 that she received her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
Grace and Frankie star and certified icon Jane Fonda shared on February 1 that she had received a coronavirus vaccine, a week after the news that she’ll be receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes this month. Hopefully she’ll be out protesting again soon.
WandaVision actor Randall Park revealed on The Talk that he got the vaccine in September … through comedian Ken Jeong? “Around September of last year I was on the phone with my friend and yours, Ken Jeong, Dr. Ken,” he told hosts. “And he was telling me about this vaccine trial that was taking place, and they were looking for Asian candidates.” Park didn’t know whether he had received the vaccine or a placebo until January 28, when he got a call confirming his immunity.
The Beach Boys singer caught a wave to Dodgers Stadium, the largest vaccination point in Los Angeles, where he got the jab on February 1.
Complete with a shiny gold mask, actor Anthony Daniels, who played C-3PO in the Star Wars films, was vaccinated on February 3, saying, “Droids don’t get Covid. But humans do. Please… Get vaccinated, too.”
The M*A*S*H and West Wing star got double-masked up to get his “vaxxie” on February 3.
Hard to believe that Christie Brinkley is over 65, but the supermodel got her shot on February 6 in Astoria, Queens. She referred to the process as a “piece of cake” and encouraged others to get the vaccine.
The Silence of the Lambs actor received the vaccine in his car on January 28. He’s thankful for the “light at the end of the tunnel (after one year of self imposed quarantine).”
Calling himself “a citizen well into [his] platinum years,” actor Jeff Goldblum shared that he got the jab at a public vaccination site in Los Angeles on February 1.
The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared on her Instagram Stories that she got the shot in late January despite being “so afraid of needles.” She even asked the health-care worker who administered her first vaccine if she would do the next one.
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