Harrison Ford is more than just an actor - he's a certified Hollywood legend. At age 75, the man has been famous for over four decades, first tasting superstardom in the movie business when appeared as Han Solo in the first Star Wars film, which made its theatrical debut in 1977. Since then, roles as Indiana Jones, Deckard in Blade Runner and countless other notable movies have cemented his status as one of the most popular actors of all time. However, something that you may not know about this big-screen icon is the following: he really likes Action Bronson's cooking show.

In an interview with GQ, Ford admitted to being a big fan of the Vice show, much to the disbelief of the viewer. Their entire exchange can be seen below:

'Do you ever watch ViceVice television?' [Ford] asks me.

'Not so often. You do?'

'Well, they've got a show called F**k, That's Delicious.'

'How do you even know about that?'

'Well, I met one of the correspondents at my son Malcolm's apartment.' (Malcolm is his third son.) 'He was sleeping on the couch. Very, very smart guy. And so I started watching it, and it's really, really interesting. Some of it. Just, you know, a distracting and interesting glimpse into somebody else's world.'

Later on, the interviewer discloses why the actor made such a random digression onto the topic Bronson's show. "It was the frittata in front of him," Chris Heath, the article's writer who spent time with Ford, said. "'I was just thinking, 'F**k, that's delicious,' he clarifies." Bronson's people haven't commented on the shout out from the Hollywood personality, but knowing Bronsolino's penchant for old-school movie iconography, he surely won't be disappointed by who the newest member of his fan club is.

Speaking of Bronson, he recently announced a new slate of tour dates that will begin in October and run through the middle of December. There are both Canadian and American cities on the list, so make sure you check out the list of stops here and cop your tickets early to avoid disappointment.