Thats what actress Leila Sbitani learned while filming a new prank series, Hi-Jinks, which debuts Tuesday (Aug. 2) on Nick-At-Nite.
The show features celebrities trying to pull the wool over kids eyes and Webbers bit required him to meet with some of his younger fans and show them a prized trophy, which they end up breaking.
Although Webber is not a professional actor, Sbitani was amazed at his improv skills. Not only did he manage to fake crying and being upset, he also pretended to fire Sbitani, who was playing his manager.
Sbitani says Webber told her he loves to goof on kids and has been known to autograph pictures of The Jeffersons star Sherman Hemsley instead of his own glossies.
But Webber isnt the only celebrity with a jones for practical jokes. Susan Sarandon appears in an episode pretending to be a mannequin at a wax museum; and Meredith Veira enjoyed interviewing children about a supposed new law banning the sale of candy in New York City.
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