We absolutely love learning about celebrities who coupled up in the past. For example, did you know that Colin Hanks and Busy Philipps used to date?They definitely did — and have since formed an amazing friendship that we truly admire.It was a beautiful afternoon for a wedding and the ceremony took place during sunset on the roof of the London hotel.Check out pictures of their gorgeous event — plus, it's wedding season on the Pop Sugar Network so don't miss that either!Lewis Colin Hanks (24 November 1977, Sacramento), American actor.“Orange County” Bruder Shaun in the movie, “Roswell” Alex Whitman in the series was called, “band of brothers” in the array named Henry Jones and “Dexter” Travis Marshall is known for her roles in the sixth season of his series that appear.
Colin Hanks was a guest on the show, and before he even appeared on stage, Kelly Ripa made sure to tell everyone about the history her co-host had with the young actor. He is known for starring as characters in films such as Shaun Brumder in Orange County, Preston in King Kong, Oliver in The House Bunny, and Troy Gable in The Great Buck Howard.His television roles include Alex Whitman in Roswell, Henry Jones in Band of Brothers, Travis Marshall in Dexter, officer Gus Grimly in Fargo, Jack Bailey in The Good Guys, and Greg Short in Life in Pieces. In the Talking Tom and Friends animated series, he voices the title character. His paternal grandmother was of Portuguese descent, while his maternal grandfather's mother is of Austrian-Jewish and Polish-Jewish descent.“I don’t think you need to have kids to play a father or a parent on TV, but obviously it definitely helped inform Gus a little bit.” It was recently announced that “Fargo” will return for a second season—but with a new storyline and actors.“It is both a bummer but also I think it’s great,” he says, once again taking the opportunity to tout the show’s narrative.Hanks attended Sacramento Country Day School, and then Chapman University, before transferring to Loyola Marymount University. In 1999, Hanks won the role of Alex Whitman in the science-fiction series Roswell, where he appeared for the first two seasons (making a brief appearance in the third).