Jack Sparrow lookalike says: “Best compliment to date is a child in a local pub play area, who obviously had learning difficulties.
His grandmother said he was introverted and would not interact with other children and families even though he was aware of people around him. She said that he loved Pirates of the Caribbean movies so I slowly walked towards him – and his eyes just changed completely.
He became alive – pointing. Jack Sparrow Lookalike said “Hello. Do you know who I am?” “Captain Jack Sparrow” he said. I got high-fived and he started playing and started talking to myself and his grandmother.
I turned around to see his Mam and Dad and grandmother in tears, thanking me for doing something doctors haven’t been able to do in years – bringing him out of this area of his mind. I felt amazing! After about 20 minutes he was a different child altogether. That’s what I would like to do.” “Improve people’s lives by impersonating Captain Jack and cheering people up – be it charity events, store openings, meeting and greeting, promotional work, birthdays, hen parties and more.”
Captain Jack – Jack Sparrow Lookalike
Captain Jack Sparrow is a fictional character in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. The character was created by screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio and is portrayed by Johnny Depp. The characterisation of Sparrow is based on a combination of The Rolling Stones’ guitarist Keith Richards and Looney Tunes cartoon character Pepé Le Pew. He first appears in the 2003 film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. He later appears in the sequels Dead Man’s Chest (2006), At World’s End (2007), On Stranger Tides (2011) and Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017). (Wikipedia)
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