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Andrew Garfield saves lives on more than just the big screen. On Friday, Garfield attended the Hunter Connect – Surfing for Autism event in Sydney, Australia.
The Amazing Spider-Man actor taught autistic children how to surf at the event while visiting with other families, reported E! News. Garfield used an Amazing Spider-Man 2 themed surfboard to aid the children with the sport.
Professional surfer, Joel Parkinson, was also at the event on Bondi Beach, reported Mail Online.
Garfield is currently down in Australia to promote The Amazing Spider-Man 2, the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man. While he hit the beach, his girlfriend and on-screen love interest, Emma Stone, promoted the superhero film, being interviewed by Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa Friday morning.
Garfield and Stone began dating in 2011 after working on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man together and have been together since.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be released in Australia on April 13.
Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures