Crowe brings in bishop
16:30 12 April 2005
Russell Crowe had a top Australian bishop baptise his son at the weekend (10.04.05).
The Hollywood actor organised for the bishop to travel 100 miles to his country house to conduct the ceremony at his private chapel.
Crowe and his wife Danielle Spencer were joined by close family and friends to witness the baptism of their baby son Charles in his native homeland.
After the blessing, the Oscar-winning actor playfully led the guests in a rendition of 'Rain Drops Keep Falling On My Head'.
Crowe also treated the guests to a private screening of his latest film 'Cinderella Man' - in which the handsome star plays 1930s boxer Jim Braddock who went from a washed-up local fighter to become world champion in the midst of the Great Depression.
Earlier this month, Crowe reportedly had a huge bust-up with a fan.
The 'Gladiator' star was said to have flown into a rage when a woman approached him in a restaurant, where he was enjoying a meal with his wife in New Wales, Australia, asking for an autograph.
One onlooker said: "He yelled at the restaurant staff and then shouted at the woman, who was rapidly becoming a former fan."
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