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Actor Zachary Quinto was called out by a customer after he used the fake name “Josh” at a Starbucks in Michigan.

Star Trek actor Zach Quinto was on a coffee break while working in Ann Arbor, Michigan, when he wandered into a Starbucks for caffeine boost.

Feeling a bit self-conscious about his celebrity status, the 40-year-old ordered a beverage under the alias, “Josh.” A Starbucks patron named Sophia recognized him and called him out on Twitter.

“Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized?? Girl check ur eyebrows,” the University of Michigan student wrote on social media.

Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized?? Girl check ur eyebrows

— Sophia (@sophritos) March 20, 2018

During an appearance on The Late Late Show With James Corden, Quinto was outed for his failed attempt to blend in with the regular civilians.

“I said ‘Josh,’ and I’m sorry about it,” the Pennsylvania-native joked. “When I’m by myself I get a little nervous or self-conscious. I don’t know. Maybe people don’t know me and I can go undercover but clearly that’s not always the case, as evidenced by that tweet.”

Quinto said he remembered seeing a young woman on her laptop snickering at him, but she never introduced herself.

“That was definitely Sophia,” he asserted, adding that he wasn’t trying to be “sleuthy,” but rather just trying to “get in and out.”

Show host James Corden jokingly opined that the actor probably had a better chance at getting “Zach” written on his cup by telling baristas his name was “Josh.” While Starbucks was recently named the most admired food and beverage company in the world, the chain is definitely a bit infamous for misspelling customer names. Even with this minor (and mostly hilarious) flaw, the Seattle-based brand still maintains 20 percent of its sales via loyal customers who visit at least 16 times per month. Find all this and more in the 20 things you didn’t know about Starbucks.


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

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Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


Zachary Quinto Comes Clean After Getting Busted for Using Fake Starbucks Name

Getty Images, E! Illustration

Who knew a Starbucks order could cause such a stir?

On Monday's episode of The Late Late Show, Zachary Quinto told the story of how he used a fake name to place his Starbucks order—and how he got totally busted for it.

According to Quinto, the 40-year-old actor was in Ann Arbour, Mich. shooting a film when he decided to go to Starbucks for a quick coffee break. Not wanting to use his real name, the Star Trek star said the order was for "Josh." That's when the actor heard a young woman "sort of snickering" at him.

After his visit, he noticed that a young woman by the name of Sophia had called him out on Twitter for his fake alias.

"Zachary Quinto thinks he can come into MY Starbucks, use the fake name Josh for his order, and not get recognized??" she wrote. "Girl check ur eyebrows."

She even blew the cover on his drink order.

"He got a tall latte [with] almond milk and 1 pump of vanilla," she wrote.

When host James Corden asked Quinto if he thought the tweeter and onlooker were the same person, Quinto replied, "That was definitely Sophia. 100 percent in retrospect."

Quinto apologized for using the false name and said he sometimes gets a little "nervous or self-conscious" when he's by himself.

"Maybe people don't' know me, and I can go undercover," he said. "Clearly, that's not always the case as evidenced by the tweet."


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