Hugh Jackman’s hangs out with New York’s famous homeless-turned-actor, Radioman

Hugh Jackman’s hangs out with New York’s famous homeless-turned-actor, Radioman

He really is the nicest guy in Hollywood! Hugh Jackman’s hangs out with New York’s famous homeless-turned-actor, Radioman

Hugh Jackman has a reputation for being the nicest guy in Hollywood.

And the handsome 54-year-old proved once again why he’s a fan favorite when he met New York’s famous ‘Radioman’ on Monday.

The superstar was spotted laughing on a Manhattan street with the former homeless-turned-actor, whose real name is Craig Castaldo.

Huge Jackman proved once again why he is the “nicest man in Hollywood” when he met New York’s famous “Radioman” on Monday

Castaldo, 71, appeared to perform some dance moves in homage to Australia’s famous song and dance man.

The pair were having fun on the road when Jackman went to the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway to tape his performance on The Late Show with Steve Colbert.

Dressed for New York’s chilly winter weather, the Wolverine star looked chic in fitted gray pleated trousers, a purple top and a blue longline zipped coat, which he paired with a pair of black lace-up runners.

A familiar figure on the streets of New York, the bearded Castaldo wore jeans, a large puffy jacket, sneakers and a red baseball cap.

The superstar was spotted laughing on a Manhattan street with the former homeless-turned-actor, whose real name is Craig Castaldo

The superstar was spotted laughing on a Manhattan street with the former homeless-turned-actor, whose real name is Craig Castaldo

Castaldo is known for his photo ops with well-known celebrities.

A former homeless person in New York City, he has now made over 100 cameo appearances in films and television shows.

He is nicknamed Radioman because he usually wears a radio around his neck.

He has appeared on 30 Rock, The Departed, The Bourne Trilogy, Shutter Island, Just My Luck, Romance & Cigarettes, Elf, Two Weeks Notice, Glitter, Keeping the Faith, Godzilla, Ransom and Big Daddy.

It comes after Jackman’s run as the star of Broadway hit The Music Man ended on January 15.

The pair were having fun on the road when Jackman went to the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway to tape his performance on The Late Show with Steve Colbert

The pair were having fun on the road when Jackman went to the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway to tape his performance on The Late Show with Steve Colbert

According to Variety, the hit revival of the 1957 stage classic played 374 regulars and 46 previews before curtains fell for the final time this week.

Jackman was nominated for a Tony Award for his critically acclaimed lead role in the hit series.

Considered Broadway’s most prestigious award, the Tony Awards are American theater’s version of the Oscars.

Dressed for New York's chilly winter weather, the Wolverine star looked chic in fitted gray pleated trousers, a purple top and a blue longline zipped coat, which he paired with a pair of black lace-up runners

Dressed for New York’s chilly winter weather, the Wolverine star looked chic in fitted gray pleated trousers, a purple top and a blue longline zipped coat, which he paired with a pair of black lace-up runners