Hugh Jackman stopped in Chicago on Friday for his “The Man. The Music. The Show." tour and he handed out coffee from a truck to benefit his foundation. People Magazine has more:
Jackman, 50, is busy traveling around the U.S. for his live performance tour of The Man. The Music. The Show. and stopped by Chicago where he found time to sell coffee (and give autographs) to excited fans.
Jackman shared several photos on his Instagram on Friday that showed him offering cups of coffee from the inside of a black truck with the logo Laughing Man, which is part of his foundation Laughing Man Coffee Company that he co-founded with David Steingard.
Jackman's foundation benefits those looking to get involved in entrepreneurship through developing their community and education. There's a store location located in New York which Ryan Reynolds once visited and joked he wanted to be a barista.