It's not every day you bump into a Hollywood A-lister on the streets of Cornwall. 

However, for the manager of the Sounds OK record shop on Arewenack Street in Falmouth, it was a different story after he invited Harry Potter and Star Wars actor Warwick Davis into his shop.

Martin Seviour was outside the shop when Warwick was passing by on his hoverboard. He said: “He was passing by, and I stopped and had a chat with him.

“He then noticed the record shop and came in to have a look around. We got chatting about some of the records, and then I asked if he’d be happy for a selfie, to which he agreed.

Martin described Warwick as a ‘very nice guy.’

The actor has been in Cornwall following the death of his wife Samantha in March.

Warwick announced the news in a statement shared with the BBC late on Wednesday (April 17), revealing she had died on March 24.

Warwick rose to fame after starring as the titular hero Willow Ufgood in the 1988 original film Willow and reprised the role for the 2022 sequel.

Since then, he has gone on to play various roles across major franchises including Harry Potter and Star Wars.

While Samantha co-founded the dwarfism charity Little People UK and featured in the final Harry Potter film (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2), alongside Warwick.

In the statement to the BBC, Warwick said: "Her passing has left a huge hole in our lives as a family. I miss her hugs."

He added that she was his “most trusted confidant and an ardent supporter of everything I did in my career”.

The Harry Potter actor continued: “She was a unique character, always seeing the sunny side of life she had a wicked sense of humour and always laughed at my bad jokes.”

Warwick and Samantha met on the set of George Lucas’s film Willow and married three years later in 1991.