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Tom Hanks Take On ‘Toddlers and Tiaras’ Is Beyond Hilarious!!!

If you haven’t had a good laugh today, the next video will do the trick. Tom Hanks sure is a funny guy, but his take on the show Toddlers and Tiaras is beyond funny. All his exaggerations are so smart, they just hit the spot. As he enters his daughter Sophia to participate in the Ms. Ultimate Sexy Baby pageant, his strive to be the best is hilarious. That hair killed me though! Please, don’t take it seriously, it’s a parody, and a pretty good one. Don’t forget to SHARE.

Tom Hanks has worked as a hotel bellman, he carried bags for the celebrity guests. He originally wanted to become an astronaut but that didn’t work out. Today, Hanks is a supporter of NASA’s manned space program. He is on the board of Governors of “National Space Society”, a non-profit educational space advocacy organization. Hanks also co-produced and co-wrote IMAX movie “Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D”, about moon landings. In 2006, he received Douglas S.Morrow public Outreach Award from Space foundation. There is even an asteroid named after him “12818 Tomhanks.”
Hanks always thought acting would be a good career for him, since he always enjoyed goofing off and making faces. He studied theater at Chabot College in Hayward. Two years later he transferred to California State University, Sacramento. Hanks was an intern at the Great Lake Theater Festival. For three years, he’d been working there, taking care of lighting, set designs and stage managements. He eventually dropped out of college. In 1978, Hanks portrayed Proteus in the Shakespeare’s “The Two Gentlemen of Verona”. He won the Best Actor at the Cleveland Critics Circle Award for this performance.
In the 70’s Hanks appeared in the game show “Make Me Laugh” in the 1970’s. Director Ron Howard was impressed with him, and offered a lead in “Splash”. The movie was a hit, grossing more than $69 million.
Hanks is the second actor to win an Oscar Award for Best Actor two years in a row ( “Philadelphia” in 1993 and “Forest Gump” in 1994).
At the age of 45 Hanks became the youngest person ever to receive the American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award.
Tom Hanks’ movies have earned $8.4 billion dollars worldwide, making him the all-time champion of the movie box office.