Closer Weekly




From collecting vintage linens to playing saxophone — how celebs spend their time off.

Penélope Cruz

Penélope is very serious about hangers. At home, she has

500 different styles — but no wire! She even designed ones to display items for her 2014 Agent Provocateu­r line.

Lou Ferrigno

He found fame as the big guy on The Incredible Hulk, but Lou has a gentler pastime: collecting Beanie Babies. He reportedly owns more than 200 of them!

Reese Witherspoo­n

She loves to browse in antique shops for vintage linens and delicate embroidere­d pieces. So it’s no surprise that this hobby led Reese to create a Draper James bedding collection for

Crate & Barrel in 2019.

Jennifer Garner

Jennifer has been playing her saxophone,

Sally, since her days in the marching band of Charleston, West Virginia’s George Washington High School. In 2000, she played “Make the World Go Away” on the Donny & Marie talk show.

Dan Aykroyd

The comedy star has been collecting police badges for decades.

Among his prized possession­s are shields

from Wisconsin, Louisiana, Illinois and

Tijuana, Mexico.

Tom Hanks

Tom owns more than 250 typewriter­s. “What thrills me about typewriter­s is that they are meant to do one thing and one thing only, and with the tiniest amount of effort [and] maintenanc­e,

[they] will last a thousand years,” says the star, who doesn’t play favorites. “Any Smith-Corona

Sterling or Silent is a gem!”

Rod Stewart

In 2019, the rocker donated more than $10,000 to help a model-train club rebuild its vandalized display. “I’m proud to be a railway modeler,” says Rod. “It means more to me to be on the cover of Model Railroader than to be on the cover of a music magazine.”

Julia Roberts

“On the set, during breaks, I sit down and knit,” says Julia, who likes that she can socialize as she works. “Unlike those who sit down to leaf through magazines, I can maintain

a conversati­on.”

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