Paul Rudd is arguably the most relatable guy in Hollywood.
Sure, the man has enviable genes (He. Does. Not. Age.), a killer head of hair, and managed to sculpt an impressive six-pack for Ant-Man and Ant-Man2 in his late 40s. But he’s got that self-deprecating humor and disarming goodness about him that makes you think, in a different life, you could be buddies.
You could enjoy a beer, quote Anchorman, and watch some football together. Even better if you’re a Kansas City Chiefs fan. Rudd grew up outside Kansas City; his father worked for Trans World Airlines. And over the years, he’s continued to support the Chiefs, including in the AFC Championship Game against the Tennessee Titans, the game that sent Kansas City to the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years.
Rudd was at the game, getting pumped alongside fellow Chiefs fan Eric Stonestreet:
Is anyone more fired up than Paul Rudd and @ericstonestreet? 🔥
— SNF on NBC (@SNFonNBC) January 19, 2020
After the game, Rudd joined the team on the field to celebrate, having a moment with All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce in the process:
— Andrew Kauffman (@AndrewABC17) January 20, 2020
Fun fact: When his beloved Kansas City Royals clinched a spot in the 2014 World Series, Rudd told a local news camera: “Party at my mom’s! She’s out of town, I’ve got a keg, it’s gonna be sweet!”
Read what happened—and get all of Rudd’s profile story—in the July issue of Men’s Journal, and watch the full video to see just how much Rudd loves the Chiefs.
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