Gazelle isn't the only famous face you can see serving up some coffee on a summer afternoon.

I was scrolling through Facebook and came across a fun read on WCVB's page about and there he was, Australian actor, singer, and producer Hugh Jackman! He was in Boston this week for his "The Man. The Music. The Show." concert tour. Before he headed onto the stage to perform, the award-winning actor spent his morning and afternoon brewing and serving coffee to local Bostonians.

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Jackman, who began the Laughing Man brand and foundation in 2011, spent a couple of hours at Faneuil Hall, surprising tons of unsuspecting fans on June 28th.

The well-known brand donates a significant portion of sales from every purchase to the Laughing Man Foundation. Jackman's foundation aids coffee farming communities and programs that are leading advocates to sustainable health, growth, and long-lasting success for coffee farmers and their families.

Investments are made in community-based programs, such as infrastructure, education and housing programs to accompany the Fair-Trade coffee premium that farmers receive.

Jackman's world tour features the star performing a number of hit songs from all of the best film classics like The Greatest Showman, Les Miserables and The Boy From Oz and several other Broadway shows.