Best known for his portrayal of Police Cheif Jim Hopper in Netflix series Stranger Things, actor David Harbour is currently in a relationship with a musician, author, and actress Alison Sudol, best known her role Kaya in TV series Transparent. The couple has been a topic of gossip for some time now and recently made headlines as they boarded a Greenpeace ship to Antartica on 8th Feb 2018 from London, England.
Golden Globe Award nominee David is 42-year-old whereas his girlfriend Alison is currently 33-years-old have an estimated net worth of $4 million and $2 million respectively. Together they have an estimated net worth of $6 million which is quite massive.
David Harbour with girlfriend Alison Sudol
Source: Pop Sugar
Here, we are going to share some information about the David and Alison's trip to Antarctica and their relationship.
David Harbour and Alison Sudol trip to Antarctica
David' plan to head to the South Pole started when David tweeted Greenpeace, a global campaigning organization if he could join them for a mission last month.
Hey @Greenpeace , how many retweets to send me someplace to tell emperor penguin couples I think they have terrific parenting ideologies? Perhaps hone the Hopper dance with the males...
— David Harbour (@DavidKHarbour) January 21, 2018
The organization replied with a hilarious tweet which is below.
If you get over 200k we’ll ask the Captain if you can join our expedition to the Antarctic and dance with the penguins. #StrangerThings have happened... https://t.co/qT78aIcKOw https://t.co/VHolTKBMql
— Greenpeace (@Greenpeace) January 22, 2018
Later on, David also tweeted that if he got 200,000 retweets, he would go dancing with the penguins. The internet blew that day as his tweet got more than 200k tweets in just 5 hours all thanks to his 845,000 followed on Twitter.
It took ya less than 5hrs.
I’m a little shaky n sweaty,
I’ve never said this to a multi-user weblike platform of tons of computers connected worldwide, but...
I think I love you
Hey @Greenpeace , your move...
— David Harbour (@DavidKHarbour) January 22, 2018
After the retweet mark was complete, Greenpeace teased him by tweeting,
Chief mate Fernando just made it official. Get your dancing shoes on, because you’ll be heading to the Antarctic in no time. The 'guins are here waiting for you
Well, @DavidKHarbour, chief mate Fernando just made it official. Get your dancing shoes on, because you'll be heading to the Antarctic in no time.
The 'guins are here waiting for you.
— Greenpeace (@Greenpeace) January 23, 2018