Tom Hanks has been one of Hollywood’s most beloved actors for decades, but his first movie role actually came in a surprising film. Most remembered for his dramatic turns in films like 1993’s Philadelphia, the Jack-of-all-trades actor wasn’t limited to serious roles alone, and he actually got his start doing comedy. After making his debut in the 1970s, it didn’t take Hanks long to establish himself, and by the 1990s he was an actor with one Oscar nomination under his belt. Hanks eventually won the Best Actor Oscar two years in a row in 1994 and 1995, and his place among Hollywood royalty had been cemented.
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Author: Dalton Norman