Actor Tom Hanks Sets World Record



Actor Tom Hanks was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records Wednesday as the "Actor With Most Consecutive $100 Million Grossing Movies"

Hollywood actor Tom Hanks has just set world record as he's been listed into the Guinness Book of World Records Wednesday May 10th, 2006 as the "Actor With Most Consecutive $100 Million Grossing Movies."

Not without reason but it is his achievement in the industry that get him such accolade. Hanks appeared in seven consecutive films that hit the $100 million mark between 1998 and 2002, starting with "Saving Private Ryan" and wrapping with "Catch Me If You Can," that's for everybody to know.

The actor, furthermore, has had a total of 14 films that pulled in a domestic gross of more than $100 million and the streak would have been 11 if not for the 1996 film, "That Thing You Do," which grossed only $25.8 million, Guinness said.

© AceShowbiz.com


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