Tom Hanks showed loyalty to his football team Aston Villa yet again when he showed up for their friendly with Portland Timbers on Tuesday.
Flanked by son Colin and Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler at the Jeld-Wen Field, Hanks showed off his Villa affinity for the first time stateside.
The two-time Oscar-winner once admitted "I fell in love with Aston Villa because I thought the name sounded like an island off Sardinia."
Hanks posed with both sides prior to kick-off and also chatted to Villa staff and players, including manager Paul Lambert and goalkeeper Shay Given.
And his presence paid off as Villa won the third match of their west coast tour on penalties.
Four years ago Hanks memorable twirled a Villa scarf on the red carpet at the London premiere of black comedy Charlie Wilson's War in 2008.