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The Nicest Man in Hollywood

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at WMU chapter.


He’s go those killer baby blues, he sings, dances, he’s more than polite, and he can easily charm your socks off! If you’ve seen the interviews or heard anything from Tom Hiddleston’s fans, you would learn why they adore him!


Tom an actor is famous for playing Loki, Thor’s brother in the movie Thor, The Avengers, and Thor: The Dark World. He has also starred in A Midnight in Parris, War Horse, and Only Lovers Left Alive. Tom hails from Westminster, England.  He attended schools such as Eton College, the University of Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.


There’s so much to admire about Tom! At the 2012 British Academy of Film and Television Arts, a reporter twitted Tom asking him if he could bring him a little pick me up. Tom showed up with a thermos full of soup for the reporter! How sweet! That’s not the only good deed he’s done! Tom is also heavily involved with charity work. Recently he’s partnered with Unicef, Variety the Children’s Charity of New York, and Children’s Aid Society. For Unicef Tom traveled to Guinea in West Africa in January 2013, to see the work the Unicef has done there. He also took on the challenge of living under the poverty line for one whole week, to raise awareness for poverty around the world and to support Unicef. Living under the poverty line is living on less than a $1.50 a day, because The World Bank defines poverty as living on less than a $1.50 day, according to contactmusic.com. At an advanced screening of Thor: The Dark World that was held to thank Variety Children’s Charity of New York and The Children’s Aid Society for their work with kids in New York City, Tom made a surprise visit, according to The New York Dailey News. He posed for pictures an introduced the movie to the waiting kids.


Tom’s a pretty good guy! Did you know he can also dance? Tom appeared on an interview on South Korean TV, during his interview he showed off his sweet moves! In more recent news, he was also on After Hours on MTV, on the show he again busted out dancing! Did you also know that Tom can sing? He’s actually quite good too! He has sung in interviews, most recently in an interview on the German Web series Star in Cars. He sang a nice rendition of “Stand By Me.” Tom is also known for breaking out his impressions during interviews. Lately Tom has done an impression of Anthony Hopkins, who plays Odin in Thor: The Dark World.


Not only is Tom a great guy who can dance, sing and act, but he’s also sweet as can be! Tom loves Shakespeare and tennis. He can also speak five different languages, English Spanish, Italian, French, Greek, and Latin. Tom’s favorite superhero is Superman played by Christopher Reeves. When he was at Eton College, he was classmates with Prince William, according to moviefone.com.


Tom’s a pretty big celebrity who makes time to help others, and do general good deeds! He can dance, sing and do some pretty funny impressions. He speaks five languages! Plus he can say he went to school with Prince William. He’s definitely not your typical guy, and that’s why we love him!
















I am a sophmore at Western Michigan University. I'm double majoring in political science and enviromental studies, and double minoring in gender and women's studies and journalism.I love's reading the newspaper, I'm a self-proclaimed news junkie. I also love volunteering, spending time with my friends. In my rare free time I love to watch movies and televison shows a season at a time. I comedies, espically British comedies, the dryer the better! I also love spending time out side, whether it's camping, hiking, or just enjoying our world's natural beauty.My future plans include saving the earth from climate change and ensuring women's equality, well those are my long time goals anyway. After college I plan to work as a legislative aid or a political reporter. I currently serve as Her Campus WMU's senator in the Western Student Association. I also work as a reporter at my home town newspaper, The South County News.To my friends I'm known as the poltical coffee addicted shoeaholic feminist, but you can call me Morgan. Follow me on Twitter: @macfarlane_mOr email me: morgan.k.macfarlane@wmich.edu 
I always find self-written bios to be kind of awkward, but throwing modesty out the window, here goes nothing: Hi, my birth name is Sara but I feel as though most of Kalamazoo knows me as Hollywood, which has been my nickname for several years now. The nickname was given to me when I played rugby for WMU, and it just stuck. This is a chance to set aside my ultra ego, and dive into the opinions and thoughts of Sara rather than the outrageous, unbelievable adventures of Hollywood. A little about me: I am studying Communication Studies and Nonprofit Leadership at Western Michigan. I think I'm almost done, but with college, who actually knows. My ultimate goal would be to have my own column in a women's health magazine that talks about nutrition, exercise, and maintaining a positive outlook on life as a woman. But if that doesn't pan out, I figure I would own my own hotdog stand, so I got options. Unlike most people, I love running and exercising. A few years back I had something devastating happen to me, and the way that I found happiness again was through a healthy diet, learning about nutrition, and working out. I completed two triathlons this summer, and in one of them I placed in the top 10 for the 29 and below age group. Now that I have conquered the triathlon, I don't know what's next off my bucket list that I want to conquer. (May be Brazil??) I am not a 'down-to-earth' person, rather, I like a busy life and I like being involved whether it be getting involved in volunteering or just trolling around Kalamazoo with my friends. I'm always on the go and I like it that way. But as of now, I'm just a twenty-something girl with a zest for adventure with an empty wallet who is making due with exploring all what Kalamazoo has to offer. If you see me out, I'll be the girl with red shoes and a mustache tattooed on her finger. I usually refer to myself as not the girl next door, but the girl two doors down; I have a little more life lessons under my belt and a different outlook on life. http://theblacksheeponline.com/author/sara-czarnecki twitter: @sarasuzieczar