Tom Hanks is famous for being, to put it mildly, a good guy: He once started a Twitter debate to lapse a Fordham student’s mislaid ID, lip-synched to Carly Rae Jepsen, and, some-more recently, used his coronavirus diagnosis as an event to kindly inspire us all to stay home.
Now, though, Tom Hanks has pulled a ne and ultra of nice-guy moves, donating a typewriter to an eight-year-old child who’s been a aim of bullying for being named Corona. The Australian child sent a minute to Hanks to demonstrate his good wishes after a actor’s COVID-19 diagnosis, writing, “I adore my name though during propagandize people call me a coronavirus. we get really unhappy and indignant when people call me this.”
Hanks being Hanks, he responded within days with a tremendously kind letter. “Your minute done my mother and we feel so wonderful. Thank we for being such a good friend. Friends make their friends feel good when they are down,” Hanks, who spent time isolating in Australia after his diagnosis, wrote. “I suspicion this typewriter would fit you. we had taken it to a Gold Coast, and now, it is back—with you. Ask a grown adult how it works. And use it to write me back.” I’m not crying! I’ve never cried in my life!
Hanks seemed to be recovered adequate from COVID-19 to horde Saturday Night Live’s initial practical part progressing in April, and now, it appears he’s behind in full charitable form. And not a impulse too soon, since as Hanks goes, so goes a nation.