Tom Hanks hilariously photobombs Pittsburgh bride on her wedding day

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Wedding crasher Tom Hanks strikes again!

The Cast Away actor hilariously photobombed a bride in the middle of her wedding pictures with her bridesmaids in downtown Pittsburgh.

The Academy Award winner, 65, is in Pittsburgh for a film project titled A Man Called Ove. He and his wife were said to have approached the bride, Grace Gwaltney, asking if they could join in the photo shoot.

“When it first happened we were all confused and it didn’t click for a second. Most of us stared quietly for a second. Then we all erupted in screams,” the photographer, Rachel Rowland, told Newsweek.

She went on to say: “You always have all of these plans and ideas for when you meet a celebrity and then when you do – especially national treasure Tom Hanks – you really become mush.”

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Rowland added: “He was exactly as you would assume him to be: joyful, funny, loud and kind.”

Now, Hanks is no stranger to crashing a wedding or two.

Last October, the actor joined a photo shoot for a couple of brides following their wedding ceremony near the Santa Monica Pier in California.

Diciembre, 33, and Tashia Farries, 37, said their I dos on October 22 and had been posing for pictures with their infant son, August, when they found themselves in the company of a bona fide movie star.

"We see a guy walking through the crowd and initially I'm like, 'Who's this guy getting in our pictures?'" Tashia told People. "And we hear everyone like, 'Wait, is that Tom Hanks?'"

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She went on to say of the 65-year-old actor: "Immediately, he treated us like family."

The newlyweds recalled how Hanks showed interest in the pair by asking about them and wanting to take a photo with them.

"He said, 'Wow, what a beautiful wedding,'" Tashia recalled. "And he said, 'Who's the bride? Who's the groom?' He found out it was two brides and he said, 'Get out. My stock just exploded.'"

She continued: "[He] told us if we ever see him again, in an airport or in any crowd, make sure we come say hi. He was very nice."

Featured image credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy

Tom Hanks hilariously photobombs Pittsburgh bride on her wedding day

vt-author-image

By VT

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Wedding crasher Tom Hanks strikes again!

The Cast Away actor hilariously photobombed a bride in the middle of her wedding pictures with her bridesmaids in downtown Pittsburgh.

The Academy Award winner, 65, is in Pittsburgh for a film project titled A Man Called Ove. He and his wife were said to have approached the bride, Grace Gwaltney, asking if they could join in the photo shoot.

“When it first happened we were all confused and it didn’t click for a second. Most of us stared quietly for a second. Then we all erupted in screams,” the photographer, Rachel Rowland, told Newsweek.

She went on to say: “You always have all of these plans and ideas for when you meet a celebrity and then when you do – especially national treasure Tom Hanks – you really become mush.”

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/WFLAJosh/status/1506040564415975428]]

Rowland added: “He was exactly as you would assume him to be: joyful, funny, loud and kind.”

Now, Hanks is no stranger to crashing a wedding or two.

Last October, the actor joined a photo shoot for a couple of brides following their wedding ceremony near the Santa Monica Pier in California.

Diciembre, 33, and Tashia Farries, 37, said their I dos on October 22 and had been posing for pictures with their infant son, August, when they found themselves in the company of a bona fide movie star.

"We see a guy walking through the crowd and initially I'm like, 'Who's this guy getting in our pictures?'" Tashia told People. "And we hear everyone like, 'Wait, is that Tom Hanks?'"

[[instagramwidget||https://www.instagram.com/p/CVlxBpjPjZL/]]

She went on to say of the 65-year-old actor: "Immediately, he treated us like family."

The newlyweds recalled how Hanks showed interest in the pair by asking about them and wanting to take a photo with them.

"He said, 'Wow, what a beautiful wedding,'" Tashia recalled. "And he said, 'Who's the bride? Who's the groom?' He found out it was two brides and he said, 'Get out. My stock just exploded.'"

She continued: "[He] told us if we ever see him again, in an airport or in any crowd, make sure we come say hi. He was very nice."

Featured image credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy