Tom Hanks has an unusual hobby: he enjoys breaking into other people’s weddings.

The 67th birthday of Tom Hanks, an actor who not only won the hearts of audiences for many memorable roles, but also earned a number of nicknames, one of which is associated with the actor’s habit of giving complete strangers a few fun and unforgettable minutes in the roles of Forrest Gump and Professor Langdon.

Wedding-breaker, as the press nicknamed the actor, and as he refers to himself. This “destroyer” Mr. Hanks is the one who breaks the wedding by appearing, getting into the shot, and making jokes with the newlyweds. And he is still adorning the images and memories of everyone engaged in the weddings.

Hanks “participated” in the wedding ceremony for the first time in 2008, while filming “Angels and Demons” in Rome. The Pantheon, a Catholic church, turned out to be a filming location that day, and the coming bridal procession was unable to enter. The actor felt bad when he saw the wedding limousine. So he decided to lead the bride and her father to the altar across the set.

Since then, Tom Hanks has begun to “collect” weddings, where he has appeared as an unexpected, uninvited, but nice guest. The bride’s beautiful gown and the bridesmaids’ outfits make it easy to locate the wedding environment. Hanks can halt his run or excursion about the city, or just use the interval between filming shots, to appreciate the wonder of the ceremony’s attendees and the newlyweds themselves.

Furthermore, in addition to the photo with the bride and groom, Tom Hanks has previously performed other marriage ceremonies. When the actor was filming in Pittsburgh, he “participated” in someone’s wedding picture session, and soon received an invitation from a local, Krisna Poznik. She requested Hanks to officiate at her and her civil partner’s wedding. True, there were some amusing instances when the actor was not identified, such as when his actions enraged an old lady who regarded such behavior obscene.

And what do you think of the famous actor’s entertaining act? Would you wish to meet him on your wedding day?

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