Stranger Things' star makes good on fan photo promise

Sam Warner
Photo credit: @postydamaris / Instagram

From Digital Spy

David Harbour certainly knows how to make the Stranger Things fandom happy, as evidenced by this incredible social media stunt.

ICYMI, back in October, one fan tweeted to the Chief Hopper actor if he could join her for her senior photo.

"@DavidKHarbour how many retweets for you take my senior photos with me," she wrote, reaching her goal of 25,000 in just a day.

"Holy hell, internet," Harbour wrote in response, quoting Stranger Things character Eleven. "How can you be in favor of this? Friends don't lie."

Well, the star has now made good and joined the high school student for her photoshoot… and he actually got pretty into the whole thing by wearing jumper and holding a trombone.

"Voted most likely to hijack someone's high school senior photos 24 years later," he jokingly captioned an Instagram collage of the eventual photos.

"Many thanks to @postydamaris and her kind family and @iamtommyg photography for making a dream come true and proving my high school classmates right!!"

Writing on her own Instagram page, the student Damaris wrote: "look into the bright future damaris.. what do you see?"- david. many more photos to come but i can't thank @iamtommyg enough, i love the photos w/ everything in me!!!"

What a legend, eh?

And in more good news for fans of the Netflix show, this week, Harbour teased when season three of the Netflix show could start filming.

"I've heard rumors that it's supposed to be March or April, but I don't have a confirmation," he said.

Stranger Things streams on Netflix.

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