When Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts

Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts
Charming, suave, extremely talented, the next likely James bond, you look for a word and up pops Tom Hiddleston. Not only is he a Hollywood-A lister, he is an ‘everything’ A-lister. The only few actors whose role as villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Loki along with Heath Ledger’s Joker fans ‘low-key’ love. A Cambridge alumnus, Tom Hiddleston’s persona offscreen is as impressive as his characters onscreen. These few traits of Tom will make everyone ‘low-key’ in love with the Loki actor:
Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts
A low-key smooth singer: If you are impressed with his roles onscreen, wait till you hear him sing!
Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts
A multi-linguist: Tom can get lost in any country and wont even need Google, because this straight A-list actor is fluent in Spanish, French, Italian and speaks a little Japanese and ancient Greek too.
Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts
A modern actor with an ancient heart, Tom is well-versed in Shakespeare and by that we mean the ‘lines’ of sonnets, poems or dramas.
Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts
Believe it or not, he once attended school with Prince William, yes that Prince and Eddie Redmayne.
Tom Hiddleston played ‘The God of Mischief’ with our hearts
How can we miss out his celebrity impressions? His spot-on impressions of Owen Wilson, Al Pacino and Graham Norton while appearing at the Graham Norton show.