Tom Hanks’ recent public appearances have supporters concerned about his health. Tom Hanks was caught with “trembling hands” while promoting the new movie Elvis, which depicts the lives and times of Elvis Presley. The celebrity has already stated how he believes big weight loss has harmed his health.
The Forrest Gump star previously performed in front of an Australian audience on the Gold Coast, which is located 50 miles south of Brisbane.
The bulk of the audience appeared to be captivated by the legend, but after a video leaked showing the celebrity briefly clutching his microphone while his hands shook, numerous individuals took to the internet to critique his appearance.
“With the trembling hands, his significant weight loss, and losing his passion so publicly, even for good reason, one must wonder if he is in good health,” one Twitter user stated. ” I certainly hope so. He’s a legend. Others, though, have disregarded concerns when the star was spotted on camera last week aggressively dragging a fan away.”
“His body language here shows anything but vulnerability,” says Judi James, a body language expert.
The star has previously stated that drastic weight changes may have contributed to his Type 2 diabetes diagnosis, but it has not been proven whether the shaking is related to the weight loss.
In 2013, the Castaway star exposed his sickness to the world on David Letterman’s talk show.
“When I went to the doctor,” he remarked, ‘you know those high blood sugar readings you’ve had since you were 36? Well, you have a certificate! You have type 2 diabetes.’”
Not long after his appearance on Letterman’s show, he delivered a speech in support of Captain Phillips in front of the London Film Festival. The actor stated that he will not be taking on any more roles that need large weight changes and went on to outline the possible causes of his problem.
Weight gain and loss may have contributed to Type 2 diabetes since persons with the disease eat a lot of unhealthy foods and don’t exercise.
“I’ve spoken with a number of actors who have gained weight for roles, and they all say they don’t want to do it again because of the physical toll it takes on their knees and shoulders. I suppose that the game is mostly played by young men.”
“I’m 57, and I don’t think I’m going to get a job or even take another vacation to gain 30 pounds.”
Hanks reportedly lost more than 30 pounds to play a man abandoned alone on an island effectively in the 2000 film Castaway.