Dick Van Dyke, 95, hands out piles of money to those in need during the pandemic

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Dick Van Dyke, 95, is seen handing out piles of CASH to job seekers struggling in a kind act amid the pandemic

  • Dick Van Dyke was seen on Tuesday as giving back to his Malibu community
  • The 95-year-old actor visited a local CVS pharmacy before going to a bank to withdraw a bundle of cash
  • Van Dyke drove to a Malibu Community Labor Exchange, a nonprofit that helps locals find day jobs in the area
  • The actor saw from the window of his car handing out bills to people who were waiting online

Dick Van Dyke lives up to his reputation as one of Hollywood’s most affable and legendary stars after the 95-year-old was seen handing out piles of money to those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

The beloved Mary Poppins star, who co-starred with Julie Andrews chimney sweep Bert in the 1964 classic, gave something back to members of his community while running errands in Malibu on Tuesday afternoon.

The actor stopped by the Malibu Community Labor Exchange on Civic Center Way, a nonprofit that helps people find day jobs in the area.

Giving Back: Dick Van Dyke was spotted handing out piles of cash to people in need after running errands in his Malibu neighborhood on Tuesday

Giving Back: Dick Van Dyke was spotted handing out piles of cash to people in need after running errands in his Malibu neighborhood on Tuesday

The 95-year-old beloved Mary Poppins star stopped at a bank to withdraw money for local job seekers struggling during the pandemic

The 95-year-old beloved Mary Poppins star stopped at a bank to withdraw money for local job seekers struggling during the pandemic

Van Dyke was seen with a lot of money before going to the facility

Van Dyke was seen with a lot of money before going to the facility

The 95-year-old beloved Mary Poppins star stopped at a bank to withdraw money to hand out to local job seekers struggling during the pandemic

Van Dyke left a small group of job seekers dumbfounded after he parked outside the facility and handed out bills from his car window to people waiting in line for a job.

The generous act comes because millions of Americans are struggling to make ends meet after losing their jobs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Van Dyke himself is considered at increased risk of serious illness from COVID-19 due to his advanced age, but seemed fearless and cheerful when he helped those in need.

Earlier in the day, the star was spotted picking up groceries from his local CVS pharmacy.

Later he stopped at a bank to pick up a bundle of cash to hand out to the people in the center.

The actor himself drove to the Malibu Community Labor Exchange where he handed out money to people waiting online from his car window

The actor himself drove to the Malibu Community Labor Exchange where he handed out money to people waiting online from his car window

The actor himself drove to the Malibu Community Labor Exchange where he handed out money to people waiting online from his car window

The small group of job seekers seemed to be touched by the generous act

The small group of job seekers seemed to be touched by the generous act

The small group of job seekers seemed to be touched by the generous act

The generous act comes as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet after losing their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic

The generous act comes as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet after losing their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic

The generous act comes as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet after losing their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic

The facility is a non-profit organization that helps locals find day jobs in the area

The facility is a non-profit organization that helps locals find day jobs in the area

The facility is a non-profit organization that helps locals find day jobs in the area

It is not known how much money the actor handed out, but it was clear that the recipients were touched by his heartwarming kindness.

The actor wore a green fleece jacket, sweatpants, sneakers and protected himself with a face mask with a kiss pattern during the outing.

Van Dyke is considered a Hollywood icon known for playing a variety of roles dating back to the 1950s.

Earlier in the day, Van Dyke was seen picking up groceries from a local CVS pharmacy

Earlier in the day, Van Dyke was seen picking up groceries from a local CVS pharmacy

Earlier in the day, Van Dyke was seen picking up groceries from a local CVS pharmacy

He was wearing a green fleece jacket, sweatpants, trainers and protected himself with a face mask with a kiss pattern

He was wearing a green fleece jacket, sweatpants, trainers and protected himself with a face mask with a kiss pattern

Van Dyke covered his face with a mask covered in lipstick kisses

Van Dyke covered his face with a mask covered in lipstick kisses

He was wearing a green fleece jacket, sweatpants, trainers and protected himself with a face mask with a kiss pattern

Dick Van Dyke is known for playing beloved chimney sweep Bert in the 1964 classic alongside Julie Andrews

Dick Van Dyke is known for playing beloved chimney sweep Bert in the 1964 classic alongside Julie Andrews

Dick Van Dyke is known for playing beloved chimney sweep Bert in the 1964 classic alongside Julie Andrews

He has continued to star in movies and television roles, even as a non-anniversary.

In addition to his standout role on Poppins, Missouri-born Dick is known for a string of other big hits during his seven-decade glittering career.

He played major roles in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, What A Way To Go, The Morning After, The Dick Van Dyke Show alongside Mary Tyler Moore and The Carol Burnett Show, just to name a few.

He has been married to his second wife Arlene Silver since 2012, who is 46 years younger than him at the age of 49.

Van Dyke was previously married to Michelle Triola Marvin until her death in 2009.

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