The Most Interesting Man In The World Is Actually Really Interesting
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You may not know Jonathan Goldsmith, but you undoubtedly know Dos Equis' Most Interesting Man In The World. The two, in fact, are the same person.
Goldsmith shot to fame in 2006 when his James Bond-like character started "living vicariously through himself," but in a recent interview with Esquire magazine, Goldsmith has unveiled his own overly interesting experiences. One of which, no big deal, involves saving a young girl's life.
"When I was 18, I started out at the Fresh Air Fund for kids in New York City, and it provided an opportunity for kids with disabilities to do all kinds of activities," Goldsmith, 75, said. "One of the things we dealt with were quite a lot of epileptic kids, and when you have to watch 100 kids playing in a pool, thrashing around, it takes a great deal of concentration to determine a child that's having a grand mal fit or a kid that's just playing."
"Years later, in Malibu, I watched a little girl play with all the kids, and something caught my eye. I
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