Randall Park and Kat Dennings earned much praise for their recent performances in 'Wandavision'.

Now Randall Park, whose past credits include 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' (in which he first played his 'Wandavision' character, Jimmy Woo) and 'Always Be My Maybe', has revealed he just found out he got the COVID-19 vaccine.

Other celebrities who have received the vaccine so far include Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart and Willie Nelson.

The only difference is Park didn't know he was getting a vaccine at the time.

The actor explained what happened to Carrie Ann Inaba while appearing virtually on The Talk last Friday.

He said that back in September, he was talking on the phone with his friend, Ken Jeong, who was a practicing doctor before making a career as an actor and comedian.

Jeong told him there was a vaccine trial taking place that was searching for Asian candidates.

"And you know, I was thinking, 'Oh that's interesting.' And then, I found out it was near my home, not far, and I was bored because it was the pandemic," he continued.

"I was stuck in the house. And I was like, 'Maybe I should donate my body to science.'

"I figured it would be my way to fight this thing happening throughout the world. So, I enlisted in the trial. And I didn't know if I got the placebo or the actual vaccine."

He added: "I just found out yesterday that I got the vaccine."