101 Facts About Tom Cruise

1. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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2. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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3. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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4. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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5. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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6. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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7. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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8. Tom Cruise is Scientology's poster boy and quite frankly without his die-hard support, the ridiculous religion would simply crash into the sea.

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9. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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10. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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11. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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12. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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13. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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14. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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15. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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16. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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17. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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18. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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19. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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20. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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21. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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22. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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23. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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24. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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25. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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26. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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27. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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28. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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29. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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30. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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31. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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32. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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33. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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34. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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35. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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36. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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37. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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38. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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39. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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40. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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41. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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42. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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43. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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44. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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45. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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46. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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47. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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48. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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49. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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50. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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51. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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52. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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53. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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54. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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55. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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56. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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57. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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58. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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59. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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60. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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61. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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62. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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63. Tom Cruise is expected to reprise his role as IMF agent Ethan Hunt.

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64. Tom Cruise shares a daughter, Suri, 12, with ex-wife Katie Holmes, 40.

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65. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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66. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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67. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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68. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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69. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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70. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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71. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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72. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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73. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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74. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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75. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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76. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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77. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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78. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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79. Tom Cruise made a rare awards show appearance at the Advanced Imaging Society Awards on Wednesday (30Jan19) to present his Mission: Impossible collaborator Christopher McQuarrie with an honorary prize.

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80. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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81. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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82. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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83. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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84. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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85. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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86. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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87. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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88. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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89. Tom Cruise had church "handlers" accompanying Holmes everywhere, reporting back to Cruise and the church.

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90. Tom Cruise described his father as an abusive one—a bully coward.

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91. In 2005, Tom Cruise accepted the first-ever Generation Award—given to "an artist who has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent"—at the MTV Movie Awards.

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92. Tom Cruise has suffered from "Developmental Reading Disorder", more commonly known as Dyslexia, as a child.

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93. Tom Cruise is well known as a supporter and a firm believer of "Scientology".

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94. Tom Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation, which he produced.

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95. In 1996, Tom Cruise starred as the title character in the romantic comedy-drama Jerry Maguire, earning him the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor—Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, as well as his second Academy Award nomination.

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96. Tom Cruise starred as a German army officer who became involved in the conspiracy.

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97. Tom Cruise quickly rebounded and on November 2, 2006, he announced his new partnership with film executive Paula Wagner and the United Artists film studio.

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98. Tom Cruise set a 10-year deadline for himself in which to build an acting career.

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99. Tom Cruise was born on July 3, 1962, in Syracuse, New York.

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100. Tom Cruise made sure that her entire medical bill was paid with his own money.

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101. At the age of 54, Tom Cruise is one of the biggest movie stars today.

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