"Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get." While Forrest Gump didn't know what life held for him, you know what this quiz holds for you - endless fun! From his earliest film of He Knows You're Alone to his latest 2017 film The Post, Tom Hanks' acting has spanned from animated to live-action and comedy to drama. Can you remember the Tom Hanks' film from an image? Let's find out!
Tom Hanks was born in the mid-50s in Concord, California. Before he got his start in TV and film, the young actor began on the theater stage with a 1977 production of The Taming of the Shrew. Hanks got his film start in 1980, but his career boomed with the 1984 film Splash. After that, Tom Hanks would go on to star career changing films, such as Big, A League of Their Own, Sleepless in Seattle, Philadelphia, Forrest Gump, Saving Private Ryan, and The Green Mile. And who could forget him as the voice of Woody in Toy Story?
Highly decorated, the actor has a total of 17 awards, which include two Academy Awards and eight Emmy Awards. With a career that spans well over 30 years, how many Tom Hanks films could you recognize from an image? Could you remember him dancing on a giant piano with Robert Loggia? What if you watched him land a plane on the Hudson River?
With over 40 films on his resume, how many of these Tom Hanks' films can you recognize from an image! His character, Jimmy Dugan said, "There's no crying in baseball." There's no crying in this quiz either!
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