<pre><pre>How Tom Hanks' wife gave him sexual confidence in a new book.

Tom Hanks is the multimillionaire man now, hundreds of millions, in fact, and happily happy in his second marriage to the actress Rita Wilson.

But life was not always so kind to the Oscar-winning actor, now 62, who suffered during an itinerant and lonely childhood.

The family moved seven times in eight years leaving the young man with absolute solitude until he became a Christian born again at age 14.

But even that did not stop Hanks from feeling emotionally paralyzed for years. He entered therapy as an adult to resolve his lack of sexual confidence and feel "dead from the feet up".

"For years I did not have sexual confidence, for years I felt alone," biographer Gavin Edwards quotes Hanks in his book, The World According to Tom Hanks, published by Grand Central Publishing.

"For years I did not have sexual confidence, for years I felt alone," biographer Gavin Edwards quotes Hanks in his book, The World According to Tom Hanks, published by Grand Central Publishing.

It was not until he hooked up with the actress Rita Wilson that he attributes the fact of saving him sexually with his love, which has freed him so much that he is now a practicing exhibitionist. They married in 1988

It was not until he hooked up with the actress Rita Wilson that he attributes the fact of saving him sexually with his love, which has freed him so much that he is now a practicing exhibitionist. They married in 1988

It was not until he hooked up with the actress Rita Wilson that he attributes the fact of saving him sexually with his love, which has freed him so much that he is now a practicing exhibitionist. They married in 1988

& # 39; I was dead with women in high school. Absolutely the crossed out king. Edwards quotes the actor: I was a little too freaky, too evil and too manic. "

& # 39; I'm not a child of the 60s, I'm a son of the '70s. I grew up in Oakland … You could see people enjoying drugs and stuff like that. But there was no Summer of Love, uncle, they were fist fights and people who were stealing your car by then ".

It was not until he hooked up with the actress Rita Wilson that he attributes the fact of saving him sexually with his love, which has freed him so much that he is now a practicing exhibitionist.

"Hanks now likes to walk naked in the courtyards of hotel rooms," the author writes.

"That's the closest thing to a feeling of anonymity and power," says Tom.

That is far from the loneliness that invaded his life for so many years and began when he was only five years old, and grew up in Concord, California, a naval city located thirty miles east of San Francisco.

Her parents separated and her father, Bud, a chef in charge of banquet halls, took the three oldest children and went to Reno, Nevada, leaving the youngest with his first wife, Janet.

When Tom was only five years old, he grew up in Concord, California, a city in the Navy thirty miles east of San Francisco. Her parents separated and her dad, Bud, a chef in charge of banquet halls, took the three oldest children and headed to Reno, Nevada, leaving the youngest with his first wife, Janet.

When Tom was only five years old, he grew up in Concord, California, a city in the Navy thirty miles east of San Francisco. Her parents separated and her dad, Bud, a chef in charge of banquet halls, took the three oldest children and headed to Reno, Nevada, leaving the youngest with his first wife, Janet.

When Tom was only five years old, he grew up in Concord, California, a city in the Navy thirty miles east of San Francisco. Her parents separated and her dad, Bud, a chef in charge of banquet halls, took the three oldest children and headed to Reno, Nevada, leaving the youngest with his first wife, Janet.

Tom (right) and a classmate look at this junior year in the high school year book photo of 1973

Tom (right) and a classmate look at this junior year in the high school year book photo of 1973

Tom (right) and a classmate look at this junior year in the high school year book photo of 1973

When I was not at school, Tom watched television. I loved Batman, Star Trek, Leave It to Beaver, Brady Bunch. "I knew what time it was for what I was on TV," he says.

When I was not at school, Tom watched television. I loved Batman, Star Trek, Leave It to Beaver, Brady Bunch. "I knew what time it was for what I was on TV," he says.

When I was not at school, Tom watched television. I loved Batman, Star Trek, Leave It to Beaver, Brady Bunch. "I knew what time it was for what I was on TV," he says.

Bud officially got divorced in the mecca of the game and four days later he remarried.

"I was only five years old when we said for the first time that we were moving in. I felt lonely, I felt abandoned in the dark," Tom said.

& # 39; No one tells you why, just the what: Pack your bags, get the things you want, and place them in the back of the van. & # 39;

When he was seven years old, Tom was heading to school and stopped before three teenage girls who proceeded to beat him for mistreating his little sister.

It was a case of mistaken identity that left him with a knuckle sandwich in his face and crying all the way to school.

Bud's second marriage lasted two years and he soon packed his offspring again and moved to northern California, closer to where his mother lived with Hanks' younger brother, Jimmy.

According to Tom's account, the family moved seven times in eight years to a variety of cities in northern California.

"Not much more than half a gas tank can get you, with a U-Haul trailer with some things behind you," as Tom said.

Bud worked late, so the children cooked for themselves, mostly tomato soup and frozen peas.

Tom fell in love with Susan Dillingham, named after her stage name, Samantha Lewes, and they got married in 1978. The young couple moved into a cockroach-infested Manhattan apartment where the young actor was not lucky enough to get work in television, commercials or soap operas.

Tom fell in love with Susan Dillingham, named after her stage name, Samantha Lewes, and they got married in 1978. The young couple moved into a cockroach-infested Manhattan apartment where the young actor was not lucky enough to get work in television, commercials or soap operas.

Tom fell in love with Susan Dillingham, named after her stage name, Samantha Lewes, and they got married in 1978. The young couple moved into a cockroach-infested Manhattan apartment where the young actor was not lucky enough to get work in television, commercials or soap operas.

When I was not at school, Tom watched television. I loved Batman, Star Trek, Leave It to Beaver, Brady Bunch.

"I knew what time it was for what I was on television."

Bud was married for the third time to a waitress in a Chinese restaurant.

Now, at a table and eating Chinese food, Tom warmed up his brother, Larry made funny comments that he repeated at school to laugh.

He liked being the prankster, making jokes, a new way of attracting attention.

Hanks explored good books and movies, but none of them was a substitute for a warm and loving family, so he turned to God and the youth group in the First Covenant Church.

He became a born again teenager. accepting Jesus Christ as his savior and promising his life to Christ.

"I was fourteen years old and I needed something very bad: not just something to believe in, not just some kind of faith," Hanks is quoted as saying.

"I needed a brand of acceptance that would combat the loneliness I had felt up to that point. I wanted to belong to a group …

"I was young and scared, and the world was fucked up," said Tom.

He also took him out of the house that was not a good place to be with his father, which suggests that he get a job at the Jack in the Box burger joint on the street.

Biographer Gavin Edwards quotes Hanks in his book, The World According to Tom Hanks, published by Grand Central Publishing.

Biographer Gavin Edwards quotes Hanks in his book, The World According to Tom Hanks, published by Grand Central Publishing.

Biographer Gavin Edwards quotes Hanks in his book, The World According to Tom Hanks, published by Grand Central Publishing.

To make money, Hanks worked as a bellboy at the Oakland Hilton hotel, where he met celebrities like Elvis Presley, who had naked girls in the pool.

His mediocre grades only brought him to Chabot, a community college in Hayward, California.

"They accepted it because they accepted everyone," the author writes.

His dreams of a movie star began in college and he wrote a letter to George Roy Hill, who directed the films, The Sting and Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid, and proposed that Hill choose him in a movie.

Hill was also the uncle of a classmate.

Hill responded and "proposed that while Hanks was going to high school with a pogo stick, he would run over him with his car," writes Edwards.

That would require a full-body cast, so "Bango, you're a star!" wrote Hill.

"I was already watching as many movies as possible with friends and then I discussed them for hours."

"It did not matter if I had just seen The Godfather, Henry V of Olivier, or The Texas Massacre."

Film studios and theater classes gave Hanks an address in his life and he moved to Cal State in Sacramento.

There he fell in love with Susan Dillingham, called by his stage name, Samantha Lewes and a baby soon followed him. Lewes died of bone horn in 2002.

The young couple moved to an apartment in Manhattan infested with cockroaches in 1978, where the young actor was not lucky enough to get a job on television, commercials or soap operas.

His luck changed with an unprofitable horror movie that paid a modest eight hundred dollars, but he got him to be a member of the Guild of Screen Actors.

When ABC started a talent development program looking for new young actors, Hanks survived the cuts and was transferred to Los Angeles for a meeting with the network.

For his entrance, he overturned his body on a sofa by pausing and signed a one-year contract for $ 50,000.

Following the television pilot, Bosom Buddies followed and was the beginning of what became a long journey on television together with lots of fan letters and a meeting with a guest actress on the show, Rita Wilson.

"Hanks was now pursuing the fame that would sustain his career, pursuing payments, chasing good times," writes the author, and "with flaws like many of his films of the 1980s, many of them were watersheds for Hanks."

Hanks, Rita Wilson, his son Truman Theodore Hanks and Tom's daughter, Elizabeth Ann Hanks, attend the Flag Ceremony after the actor received the Medal of the Legion of Honor.

Hanks, Rita Wilson, his son Truman Theodore Hanks and Tom's daughter, Elizabeth Ann Hanks, attend the Flag Ceremony after the actor received the Medal of the Legion of Honor.

Hanks, Rita Wilson, his son Truman Theodore Hanks and Tom's daughter, Elizabeth Ann Hanks, attend the Flag Ceremony after the actor received the Medal of the Legion of Honor.

Hanks and his son Chet Hanks arrive at the premiere of "Cloud Atlas" during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival in 2012

Hanks and his son Chet Hanks arrive at the premiere of "Cloud Atlas" during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival in 2012

Hanks and his son Chet Hanks arrive at the premiere of & # 39; Cloud Atlas & # 39; during the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival in 2012

He was learning something as an actor, but "being away from home for months at a time did not help him be a better husband or a better father," writes Edwards.

The marriage between Hanks and Lewes was strained until Hanks went to Mexico in 1984 to make the film Volunteers with Rita Wilson as his co-star.

The friendship broke out in love and she became the great passion of his life.

"Rita and I looked at each other and -ka-boing- that was it," Hanks said.

Hanks still had to deal with feeling "sad, confused and emotionally mutilated".

"I guess the house of cards has to fall before you start to solve things," said the actor.

He started looking for a therapist three times a week, who said, "You have a lot to be sad about," but Tom did not believe him for a long time.

Lewes filed for divorce and Hanks and Wilson moved together in a test marriage love nest.

& # 39; I do not kiss my youth a sad goodbye. I'd rather kick him out the door because I was such an idiot for so many years.

Adjusting to the surreal status of fame, Hanks said: "I was a hole for six months and no one would tell me that I was a hole."

The successes of the film began to arrive and Hanks became what he calls a "great movie star".

He won an Oscar for Philadelphia, the film that helped him overcome his own homophobia, attributed to the successes of young people as a young actor in New York, with intimate scenes with Antonio Banderas.

"Although he considered himself a reasonably enlightened guy:" There were times when I was hit by guys, "he casually remembered his life as a young actor in New York Ciy," and he was as bewildered as if he had been hit by a woman "- on set, Hanks discovered that he had to overcome his own internalized homophobia."

In bed with the Spanish actor, the two men filmed a love scene with the camera rolling over their bodies that ended up on the floor of the cutting room.

"After five or six takes, Banderas told Hanks: & # 39; Look, you know I can feel you. I know you're being tentative. Just do what you want to do because we know who we are, "the author writes.

Hanks starred in fourteen films in his golden decade from 1992 to 2002, all blockbusters and very well received.

Tom starred opposite Peter Scolari in Bosom Buddies, his successful television show

Tom starred opposite Peter Scolari in Bosom Buddies, his successful television show

Tom starred opposite Peter Scolari in Bosom Buddies, his successful television show

The filming of Philadelphia helped her break her own homophobia, attributed to the boys who beat her when she was a young actor in New York Hanks and the Spanish actor Antonio Banderas filmed a love scene with the camera in their bodies that ended in the hall cutting. floor

The filming of Philadelphia helped her break her own homophobia, attributed to the boys who beat her when she was a young actor in New York Hanks and the Spanish actor Antonio Banderas filmed a love scene with the camera in their bodies that ended in the hall cutting. floor

The filming of Philadelphia helped her break her own homophobia, attributed to the boys who beat her when she was a young actor in New York Hanks and the Spanish actor Antonio Banderas filmed a love scene with the camera in their bodies that ended in the hall cutting. floor

He rewrites each part he touches and cuts the dialogue that does not sound true.

He has chosen turkeys, but you really have to spend many years here before you stop kissing him a **.

There was always professional uncertainty, but "what calmed his soul was his home life: every night he returned home with Rita Wilson," writes Edwards.

They rarely argue, but Hanks' son, Colin, confessed that his father has a terrible temper and can become a caveman and yell at the computer when something goes wrong or crush his cell phone.

Success has made great advantages and Hanks has gone on vacation with Bruce Springsteen and Barack Obama, and has spent quality time with David Geffen on his $ 590 million luxury yacht.

It compares private planes with crack cocaine, totally addictive, and has not flown commercially since the late 1980s.

Hanks can now afford to accept a pass on any offer he does not like.

I struggle with the amount of money I earn, but at the end of the day, what am I going to say? Did I take less money so that Rupert Murdoch could have more? Edwards quotes the author.

He and Rita love what they do, says Hanks. "We're doing it for pure pleasure."

She tried to set a good example for her children and not be too extravagant, which meant not buying her own boat and living in a "relatively modest" house.

Colin, the first son of Hanks with his first wife, Samantha Lewes, chose to go to a boarding school and became an actor with the unique orientation that his father followed: arrive on time, memorize his lines and prepare to work.

Chester, her son with Rita tried a career as a rapper, but started selling and consuming cocaine until her nose could not take it anymore. In 2015 he entered into rehabilitation for drugs and alcohol.

Tom's response was: "As a parent, you love your children unconditionally."

During the summer of 2016, Tom discovered that he had type 2 diabetes, the result of having eaten too much junk food for decades, he believed.

& # 39; I was a total idiot. I thought I could avoid it by removing the buns from my burgers with cheese.

With the diagnosis of breast cancer in 2015, Rita underwent a double mastectomy and reconstruction, "which occurred with the changes demanded by the doctor in the lifestyle: no more than five drinks per week," writes the author.

Tom Hanks with his mother, Janet. When his parents divorced he went to live with his father.

Tom Hanks with his mother, Janet. When his parents divorced he went to live with his father.

Tom Hanks with his mother, Janet. When his parents divorced he went to live with his father.

Hanks is a voracious reader with his reading list biased towards history and science fiction, World War II and the space program.

A leading role in the film, Apollo 13 was important for Hanks.

When director Ron Howard suggested bringing a mime to help the actors achieve the illusion of weightlessness, Tom confessed that he had been dreaming of being weightless all his life.

"I used to put a brick in my pants so I could suck a garden hose at the bottom of a pool and pretend I was taking a spacewalk."

He adores in the baseball church and started this love story by selling bags of peanuts in the stands of the Oakland Coliseum at the age of seventeen.

When he had trouble falling asleep, one trick was to imagine he was a ball player and that calmed his mind.

When he turned 50 in 2006, he gave himself a birthday present from a bus tour of baseball stadiums, seven games in seven different parks in seven days.

These days, he sits in a private box when he goes to a game and keeps the account on a portable typewriter, another obsession. Once he owned 300 typewriters, 90 percent in conditions of maximum activity.

There's something about the clean mechanics of hammer blows. This tape rises. The hammer hits him. It goes through It makes you think a little slower and a little more defined, "says the actor.

They gave away more than a hundred.

Hanks also sent an expensive Illy espresso machine to the White House meeting room after visiting 2004 and discovering that there was no coffee maker.

"Hanks is closely related to Abraham Lincoln, through Lincoln's mother, Nancy Hanks: he is the third cousin, four times eliminated," writes Edwards.

He added the note: "I hope this machine makes the twenty-four hour news cycle a bit more enjoyable."

He returned to the White House in 2010 for a screening of The Pacific, his HBO series and registered on his espresso machine.

Now he was dirty, so he sent the press a replacement machine,

In 2017, when Trump declared the press "false news" and "the enemy of the American people," Hanks sent a Pasquini model espresso machine that sold $ 2,200, demonstrating his support for White House reporters.

"Keep the good fight for Truth, Justice and the American Way, especially the part of Truth," his signed note said.

"Hanks is closely related to Abraham Lincoln, through Lincoln's mother, Nancy Hanks: he is the third cousin, four times eliminated," writes Edwards.

Mentioned as a political contender, he has stated that he was not interested in running for the presidency.

"I do not want to answer phone calls," Hanks said.

& # 39; What would I have to offer other than that I can make a speech from time to time? Clooney is a guy to run & # 39;

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