It just seems that Tom Hanks can't do any wrong nowadays. During a performance of Henry IV in Los Angeles, an audience member fainted causing a delay in the show. 

When the audience member fainted, the show was stopped so medical teams could take care of the situation. Thankfully, the audience member was okay. When Tom Hanks saw that the person and situation were under control, he took to the stage.

To lighten the mood before the show continued, he decided to have a little fun. He ran back on stage yelling for the audience member to "get back here." He then went on to ad-lib for five minutes while still in character. He even invited a member of the audience on stage for a few minutes. The audience loved it and were rolling in laughter. Shortly after that, the play continued.

Someone put another mark in the awesome column for Tom Hanks.

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