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Tom Hanks is an American actor and producer who has had an extensive career in films, television and on the stage. Hanks made his professional acting debut on the stage playing Grumio, in the Great Lakes Theater production of The Taming of the Shrew (1977).[1] He made his film debut with a minor role in the horror film, He Knows You're Alone (1980).[2] In the same year, Hanks appeared in the television series, Bosom Buddies. His role in the show led to guest appearances on a variety of long running television shows including Happy Days. Hanks' appearance on the show, led film director Ron Howard to cast him in his first leading role in the fantasy romantic comedy, Splash (1984).[3] He went on to host Saturday Night Live for the first time in 1985 (a show he has since hosted eight times as of 2014), star in films such as Nothing in Common (1986) and Dragnet (1987) before playing his breakthrough role in the age-changing comedy, Big (1988).[4] For his performance in the film, Hanks garnered his first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor.[5]

In 1993, he starred opposite Meg Ryan in the Nora Ephron-directed romantic comedy, Sleepless in Seattle. Later that year, he played the role of a gay lawyer suffering from AIDS, fighting discrimination in his law firm in the drama, Philadelphia.[6] For his performance, Hanks earned his first Academy Award for Best Actor.[7] For his next film, the romantic comedy-drama, Forrest Gump (1994), he received a consecutive second Academy Award for Best Actor which made Hanks the first actor since Spencer Tracy in 1938 to achieve this feat.[8] In 1995, he played astronaut, Jim Lovell, in Howard-directed historical drama, Apollo 13, and voiced Sheriff Woody in the animated film Toy Story.

Hanks made his debut as a director and screenwriter in the 1996 musical comedy, That Thing You Do![9] Later in the same year, he founded with Gary Goetzman, his own film and television production company called Playtone.[10] In 1998, Hanks executive produced the Emmy Award-winning docudrama miniseries, From the Earth to the Moon and starred in Steven Spielberg-directed epic war film, Saving Private Ryan, which earned him his fourth nomination for Best Actor at the Academy Awards.[11][12] Later that year, he reunited with Meg Ryan in another Ephron directed-romantic comedy, You've Got Mail. He also reprised his role in Toy Story, for its sequel, Toy Story 2. In 2000, Hanks starred in Cast Away, which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama and a fifth nomination for Academy Award for Best Actor.[13][14] In 2001, he executive produced Emmy Award-winning World War II mini-series, Band of Brothers and the romantic comedy, My Big Fat Greek Wedding.[15] The following year, he became the youngest person to receive the lifetime achievement award from the American Film Institute.[16] This was followed in 2004, by BAFTA Los Angeles awarding him the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in Film.[4]

In 2006, he played Professor Robert Langdon in the Howard-directed adaptation of the best-selling book of the same name, The Da Vinci Code. In 2008, he executive produced musical comedy, Mamma Mia and Emmy Award-winning mini-series, John Adams.[17] In 2010, he reprised his role in Toy Story in its second sequel, Toy Story 3 and also executive produced the Emmy Award-winning mini-series, The Pacific.[18] He made a return in 2011 to directing in the romantic comedy, Larry Crowne.[19] In 2012, he starred in The Wachowskis-directed film adaptation of the novel of the same name, Cloud Atlas and executive produced Emmy Award-winning mini-series, Game Change.[20] Hanks made his Broadway debut in 2013 in Ephron's play, Lucky Guy, which earned him a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play.[21]

Stage[edit]

A photograph of Hanks on the stage performing as Callimaco in the play, The Mandrake, at the Riverside Shakespeare Theater
Hanks as Callimaco in The Mandrake (1979), Riverside Shakespeare Theater
Production Year Theatre Role Notes Ref(s)
The Taming of the Shrew 1977 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Grumio [22][23][24]
Hamlet 1977 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Soldier, Reynaldo [22][25]
Polly 1978 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Hacker [22][25]
The Two Gentlemen of Verona 1978 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Proteus [22][26]
The Wild Oats 1978 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Muz [22][25]
King John 1978 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Robert Faulconbridge [22][25]
Twelfth Night 1979 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Fabian [22][25]
Juno and the Paycock 1979 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Jerry Devine [22][25]
Do Me a Favorite 1979 Lakewood Civic Auditorium Harold [22][25]
The Mandrake 1979 Riverside Shakespeare Theater Callimaco [27]
Lucky Guy 2013 Broadhurst Theatre Mike McAlary [28]

Films[edit]

A photograph of Hanks attending the Governor's Ball after the telecast of the 61st Academy Awards in 1989
Hanks at the Governor's Ball after the telecast of the 61st Academy Awards, 1989
A photograph of Hanks on the set of his film, Forrest Gump in 1994
Hanks as the title character on the film set of Forrest Gump (1994)
Title Year Credited as Notes Ref(s)
Actor Producer Other Role(s)
He Knows You're Alone 1980 Yes Elliot [2]
Splash 1984 Yes Allen Bauer [3]
Bachelor Party 1984 Yes Rick Gassko [29]
The Man with One Red Shoe 1985 Yes Richard Harlan Drew [30]
Volunteers 1985 Yes Lawrence Whatley Bourne III [31]
The Money Pit 1986 Yes Walter Fielding, Jr. [32]
Nothing in Common 1986 Yes David Basner [33]
Every Time We Say Goodbye 1986 Yes David Bradley Limited release [34]
Dragnet 1987 Yes Det. Pep Streebek [35]
Big 1988 Yes Josh Baskin [36]
Punchline 1988 Yes Steven Gold [37]
The 'Burbs 1989 Yes Ray Peterson [38]
Turner & Hooch 1989 Yes Det. Scott Turner [39]
Joe Versus the Volcano 1990 Yes Joe Banks [40]
The Bonfire of the Vanities 1990 Yes Sherman McCoy [41]
Radio Flyer 1992 Yes Older Mike/Narrator Cameo [42]
A League of Their Own 1992 Yes Jimmy Dugan [43]
Sleepless in Seattle 1993 Yes Sam Baldwin [44]
Philadelphia 1993 Yes Andrew Beckett [6]
Forrest Gump 1994 Yes Forrest Gump [45]
Apollo 13 1995 Yes Jim Lovell [46]
Toy Story 1995 Yes Sheriff Woody Voice only [47]
That Thing You Do! 1996 Yes Director, and screenwriter Mr. White [9]
Saving Private Ryan 1998 Yes Captain John H. Miller [48]
You've Got Mail 1998 Yes Joe Fox [49]
Toy Story 2 1999 Yes Sheriff Woody Voice only [50]
The Green Mile 1999 Yes Paul Edgecomb [51]
Cast Away 2000 Yes Yes Chuck Noland [52]
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2002 Yes [53]
Road to Perdition 2002 Yes Michael Sullivan, Sr. [54]
Catch Me If You Can 2002 Yes FBI Agent Carl Hanratty [55]
The Ladykillers 2004 Yes Professor G.H. Dorr [56]
Connie and Carla 2004 Yes [57]
The Terminal 2004 Yes Viktor Navorski [58]
Elvis Has Left the Building 2004 Yes Mailbox Elvis Cameo [59][60]
The Polar Express 2004 Yes Yes The Conductor/ Hero Boy/ Father/ Scrooge/ Santa Claus/ Hobo Voice only
Executive producer
[61]
Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D 2005 Yes Screenwriter, and narrator IMAX only [62]
The Da Vinci Code 2006 Yes Professor Robert Langdon [63]
Cars 2006 Yes Woody Car Cameo
Voice only
[64]
The Ant Bully 2006 Yes [65]
Starter for 10 2006 Yes [66]
Evan Almighty 2007 Yes Executive producer [67]
Charlie Wilson's War 2007 Yes Yes Charlie Wilson [68]
The Simpsons Movie 2007 Yes Himself Cameo
Voice only
[69]
Mamma Mia! 2008 Yes Executive producer [70]
City of Ember 2008 Yes [71]
The Great Buck Howard 2009 Yes Yes Mr. Gable Limited release [72]
My Life in Ruins 2009 Yes Executive producer [73]
Angels & Demons 2009 Yes Professor Robert Langdon [74]
Where the Wild Things Are 2009 Yes [75]
Beyond All Boundaries 2009 Yes Narrator Short film
Executive producer
[76]
Toy Story 3 2010 Yes Sheriff Woody Voice only [77]
Larry Crowne 2011 Yes Yes Director, and screenwriter Larry Crowne [78]
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 2011 Yes Thomas Schell Jr. [79]
Cloud Atlas 2012 Yes Dr. Henry Goose/ Hotel Manager/ Isaac Sachs/
Dermot Hoggins/ Cavendish Look-A-Like Actor/ Zachry
[80]
Parkland 2013 Yes [81]
Captain Phillips 2013 Yes Captain Richard Phillips [82]
Saving Mr. Banks 2013 Yes Walt Disney [83]
A Hologram for the King 2015 Yes Alan Clay Post-production [84]
St. James Place 2015 Yes James B. Donovan Filming [85]

Television[edit]

Title Year Credited as Notes Ref(s)
Actor Producer Other Role(s)
The Love Boat 1980 Yes Rick Martin Episode: "Friends and Lovers/Sergeant Bull/Miss Mother" [86]
Bosom Buddies 1980–82 Yes Kip/Buffy Wilson [87][88]
Mazes and Monsters 1982 Yes Robbie Wheeling Television film [89][90]
Taxi 1982 Yes Gordon Episode: "The Road Not Taken: Part 1" [91]
Happy Days 1982 Yes Dr. Dwayne Twitchell Episode: "A Little Case of Revenge" [92][93]
Family Ties 1983–84 Yes Ned Donnelly Episode: "The Fugitive Part 1"
Episode: "The Fugitive Part 2"
Episode: "Say Uncle"
[94][95][96]
Saturday Night Live 1985–
2013
Host Various characters 8 times as host (1985–2006)
7 times as guest/cameo (2001–13)
[97][98]
Tales from the Crypt 1992 Yes Director Baxter Episode: "None but the Lonely Heart" [99]
Fallen Angels 1993 Yes Director Trouble Boy #1 Episode: "I'll Be Waiting" [100]
A League of Their Own 1993 Director Episode: "The Monkey's Curse" [101][102]
From the Earth to the Moon 1998 Yes Yes Director, and screenwriter Jean-Luc Despont Episode: "Le voyage dans la lune" (actor)
Episode: ""Can We Do This?" (director)
4 episodes (writer)
Executive producer
[103][104][105]
Band of Brothers 2001 Yes Yes Director, and screenwriter British Officer Miniseries
Executive producer
Episode: "Crossroads" (director)
Episode: "Currahee" (screenwriter)
Cameo
[106][107][108][109]
Freedom: A History of US 2003 Yes Abraham Lincoln / Charles E. Wood / Daniel Boone 7 episodes [110]
Big Love 2006–11 Yes Executive producer [111]
The Pacific 2010 Yes Narrator Miniseries; 6 episodes
Executive producer
[112][113]
30 Rock 2011 Yes Himself Cameo [114]
Killing Lincoln 2013 Narrator Television film [115]
Toy Story of Terror! 2013 Yes Sheriff Woody Halloween Special
Voice only
[116]
The Assassination of President Kennedy 2013 Yes Documentary
Executive producer
[117]
The Sixties 2014 Yes Documentary series
Executive producer
[118]
Olive Kitteridge 2014 Yes Miniseries
Executive producer
[119][120]
Toy Story That Time Forgot 2014 Yes Sheriff Woody Christmas Special
Voice only
[121]

See also[edit]

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