Joseph Quinn’s ‘Stranger Things’ Character Saves Him When Detained by U.S. Immigration in ‘Dungeon’
The hit Netflix series’ star reveals during his appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ that he was taken into an airport ‘dungeon’ upon his arrival in the U.S. before someone intervened.
AceShowbiz –Joseph Quinn was held in a “dungeon” by a U.S. immigration official. Facing the questioning when he arrived in New York City for an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon“, the Eddie Munson depicter in “Stranger Things” was grateful when the man’s colleague intervened and recognized him as the leader of the Hellfire Club.
“It’s so nice to be here because I very nearly didn’t make it,” the 28-year-old actor told the show’s host Jimmy Fallon. “I was taken into, I guess what you could call it more of a dungeon. And I was asked to wait there for about 20 minutes and then I was summoned to this desk where someone asked me, ‘What are you doing in the United States, sir?’ “
“I said, ‘I’m actually here to meet Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show.’ And he didn’t believe me,” he went on recalling. “One of his colleagues looked over at him, looked at me, and said: ‘Leave Eddie alone!’ And then [the colleague] said, ‘It’s Eddie from ‘Stranger Things’, and he was like, ‘You’re Eddie Munson?’ “
The officials eventually let Joseph go, but not before quizzing him for some spoilers. He continued, “[The man asked], ‘Do you come back next season?’ I was like, ‘I don’t know,’ and he said, ‘You better,’ and gave me my passport.”
During his debut appearance on the talk show, Joseph presented Jimmy with a Hellfire Club t-shirt, much to the delight of the talk show host, who said he was “honored” to receive the gift. He said, “I am honored. I’m part of the Hellfire Club? I will wear this. I cannot wait.”
Joseph previously admitted he felt like a “sociopath” when trying to perfect an American accent for the show. He said, “You feel like a sociopath. After a while I was so far down the rabbit hole, at points I’d be like, ‘Do I sound good? Do you like this? Do you like what I’m doing?’ “
“I was talking to Joe Keery and at one point I was so deep in it,” the actor added, “and he was like ‘Dude, I can’t save you, but I promise you it’s gonna be fine.'”
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