Tom Hanks kicked off his 64th birthday celebration in style — and he has just the right Instagram post to prove it.
Known for his dramatic and comedic roles, Tom Hanks has won the hearts of millions of people around the world. The actor captured even more hearts when he showed his fans how he began his birthday celebrations when he turned 64 on July 9.
Tom Hanks at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 05, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California | Photo: Getty Images
According to ET Online, Tom took to his verified Instagram page to post a video that showed him diving into a swimming pool in slow motion. Referring to the impending release of the 2020 film, “Greyhound,” the actor captioned the post with, “This Greyhound is 64!! Hanx.”
The love Tom is receiving from his friends and colleagues comes nearly four months after he and Rita tested positive to the novel coronavirus.
Although Tom shared the post a few hours ago, his wife, Rita Wilson, dropped her own birthday shoutout way before the actor. Today reported that along with an image of Tom looking as young as ever, the actress and singer-songwriter wrote:
“Happy Birthday, @tomhanks We love you so much. You are our anchor. Every day with you is a blessing.”
Rita also added some parts of the 1967 Beatles’ love song, “When I'm Sixty-Four,” to the sweet caption. It would be recalled that the pair, who share two sons, Chet and Truman, have been married since 1988.
Through the caption, the 42-year-old — whom Hank welcomed with his first wife, Samantha Lewes — had just some subtle words for his dad.
Other stars who celebrated the 64-year-old actor include Amy Adams and Charlize Theron, who shared a throwback image of her holding the celebrant around his neck.
For her part, Amy posted three throwback pictures of her and Tom working together as she gushed about his generosity in the caption.
The love Tom is receiving from his friends and colleagues comes nearly four months after he and Rita tested positive with the novel coronavirus. The pair, who were among the first stars to openly address their diagnosis, have since recovered from the virus.