Ridgefield author Alex Fischetti attended a Broadway performance of \u201cAll My Sons\u201d on June 26 and got to meet one of his idols, Annette Bening. Fischetti, who published The Lonesome Boy and the Blonde Haired Angel in 2017, was happy to give a signed copy of his story to the Golden Globe-winning actress. \u201cShe\u2019s one of my heroes,\u201d Fischetti told The Ridgefield Press this week. Fischetti sent in a video clip of his meeting Bening after the show. \u201cIt\u2019s an honor to meet you, I\u2019ve wanted to meet you for so long,\u201d he tells her in the video. \u201cYour work has helped me get through some really troubling times. ... I wanted to give something to you. You\u2019ve been blessing us with your art so I figured I\u2019d bless you with mine ... It\u2019s my honor to give you a copy of this.\u201d In the video, Bening receives the young author\u2019s gift and thanks him several times. \u201cShe held my book to her heat!\u201d Fischetti said. \u201cNever in a million years did I think this would happen!\u201d Bening starred in All My Sons with Tony Award-winner Tracy Letts. She is married to actor Warren Beatty, whom Fischetti interviewed in 2010. \u201cThis was my first time meeting her in person!\u201d Fischetti said.