HE’S one of the biggest names in Hollywood.

But Kiefer Sutherland spared some of his time to visit children and young adults at Naomi House and Jacksplace to play songs and enjoy some cake.

The Canadian actor and now successful singer-songwriter had been performing as part of The Kiefer Sutherland Band at Wickham Festival on Sunday.

His visit was in response to a plea the charity made on social media, asking Kiefer to pay them a visit for “some tea, cake and a jam”.

On a post on its Facebook page, Naomi House and Jacksplace said: “You won’t believe what just happened! The wonderful Kiefer Sutherland just popped into Naomi House and Jacksplace to play some songs for the children and young adults we care for and enjoy some famous Naomi House cake.

“An incredible, moving and special moment - and a memory we shall all treasure forever. Thank you, Kiefer.”

He is the son of actor Donald Sutherland and has appeared in classic films such as Stand by Me, The Lost Boys, Flatliners and A Few Good Men.

During his shows, he covers some of his favourite songs from Merle Haggard and Tom Petty playing a variety of rock classics and country standards.

The Wickham Festival is a four-day music and arts festival held every August near the village of Wickham.

Thousands of music lovers partied the evening away at this year’s event, which attracted big crowds to Blind Lane.

Other headliners included Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, The Proclaimers, Gilbert O’Sullivan, Lindisfarne and Alabama 3.