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Jurassic Park Sam Neill's net worth and family life with son who farted next to Diana

blockbuster thrill series Jurassic Park, Jurassic World Dominion.Sam, 74, appeared as the famous Dr Alan Grant in the first movie in the series back in 1993 and the New Zealander revealed it even led to an embarrassing moment with Princess Diana.At the film premiere, Sam's son Tim, only around 10 at the time, apparently started to fart when the big T-Rex in the film appeared.Sam said to the New York Times: "I spent the whole film in a muck sweat, thinking, “Princess Di is being exposed to the horrors of a little boy’s fart, but she’s going to think it’s me."True to form, Diana apparently did not mention the dinosaur-induced gas ball, sparing Sam an embarrassing moment.The interview was done with co-stars Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum who have heard the story before.Jeff even joked: "I love that story, Sam.

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