Tom Cruise: Age, Height, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, Biography & More

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AgeHeightNet WorthMarital Status
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Tom Cruise

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Full NameThomas Cruise Mapother IV
Profession(s)American Actor and Filmmaker
Physical Stats – Height – Weight & More
HeightIn Centimeters - 170 Cm
In Meters - 1.70 M
In Feet Inches - 5’ 7”
Weight (approx.)In Kilograms - 68 Kg
In Pounds - 150 Lbs
Body Measurements- Chest: 44 Inches
- Waist: 32 Inches
- Biceps: 16 Inches
Eye ColourGreen
Hair ColourDark Brown
Exploring the Personal Life of Tom Cruise
Date of BirthTom Cruise was born on July 3, 1962.
AgeIn 2024, Tom Cruise was 61 years old.
Birth PlaceHe was born in Syracuse, New York.
Zodiac sign/Sun signTom Cruise's zodiac sign is Cancer.
SignatureTom Cruise signature
NationalityHe is American by nationality.
HometownHis hometown is Syracuse, New York.
SchoolTom Cruise attended Robert Hopkins Public School in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He also went to Henry Munro Middle School in Ottawa, Canada, and Franciscan seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio.
CollegeHe did not attend college; Tom Cruise is a high school dropout.
Educational QualificationsTom Cruise's highest educational qualification is High School (Drop Out).
DebutTom Cruise made his film debut in "Endless Love" in 1981.
ReligionHe follows the Scientology religion.
EthnicityTom Cruise's ethnicity is German, English, and Irish.
Fan Mail AddressTom Cruise can be reached at 42 West, 220 W. 42nd Street, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10036-7200, USA.
HobbiesHis hobbies include fencing, skydiving, and scuba diving.
Exploring the Family Tree: An Insight into Family Details
FamilyFather: Late Thomas Mapother III, Tom's father was an Electrical engineer, originally from Louisville, Kentucky.
Mother: Late Mary Lee Pfeiffer was an American teacher and the mother of actor Tom Cruise.
Brothers: N/A
Sisters: Marian Mapother, Tom's sister is a real estate agent of Clearwater Real Estate which is situated in Florida.
Lee Ann Mapother Tom's sister is a Publicist.
Cass Mapother, Tom's sister, a businesswoman and cafe owner. She also works as an executive assistant to her brother Tom Cruise.
Acting Career - Professional Journey and Achievements
1980s: Breakthrough and stardom
At age 18At the age of 18, with the blessing of his mother and stepfather, Cruise moved to New York City to pursue an acting career.
1981In 1981, Cruise made his film debut with a bit part in "Endless Love" and a major supporting role as a crazed military academy student in "Taps." His role was expanded after impressing director Harold Becker.
1983Cruise was part of the ensemble cast of Francis Ford Coppola's "The Outsiders" and appeared in "All the Right Moves" and "Risky Business," described as a "Generation X classic" and a "career maker for Tom Cruise."
1985In 1985, Cruise played the male lead in Ridley Scott's "Legend."
1986By 1986's "Top Gun," Cruise's status as a superstar had been cemented.
1986Cruise followed up "Top Gun" with Martin Scorsese's "The Color of Money," praised for his chemistry with Paul Newman.
1988In 1988, Cruise starred in the box office success "Cocktail" but received criticism. He also starred in "Rain Man" alongside Dustin Hoffman, earning a nomination for the Razzie Award for Worst Actor.
1989Cruise portrayed paralyzed Vietnam War veteran Ron Kovic in Oliver Stone's "Born on the Fourth of July." His performance earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama, the Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor, the People's Choice Award for Favorite Motion Picture Actor, a BAFTA Award nomination, and his first Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
1990s: Dramatic roles
1990Cruise's next films were "Days of Thunder" (1990) and "Far and Away" (1992), both co-starring his then-wife Nicole Kidman as his love interest.
Cruise then appeared in the legal thriller "The Firm," released in 1993, which became a critical and commercial success.
1994In 1994, Cruise starred in Neil Jordan's "Interview with the Vampire" alongside Brad Pitt, Antonio Banderas, and Christian Slater. The gothic drama/horror film was based on Anne Rice's best-selling novel. Despite initial criticism from Rice about his casting, Cruise's performance was well-received, prompting Rice to apologize and praise his acting in a two-page ad in Daily Variety.
1996Cruise took on the role of superspy Ethan Hunt in the reboot of "Mission: Impossible" (1996), a film he also produced. Directed by Brian De Palma, the movie was a box office success, though criticized for the portrayal of the Jim Phelps character. Film critic Stephen Holden praised Cruise's performance, stating, "Tom Cruise has found the perfect superhero character on which to graft his breathlessly gung-ho screen personality." In the same year, Cruise played the title role in Cameron Crowe's sports drama "Jerry Maguire," earning a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy and his second Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
1999Cruise starred alongside Kidman in Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut" (1999), an erotic and psychological drama. Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian praised both Cruise and Kidman for their performances. The same year, Cruise took a rare supporting role in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Magnolia" (1999), portraying a motivational speaker, Frank T.J. Mackey. For this performance, he received another Golden Globe and an Academy Award nomination.
2000s: Established career
2000In 2000, Cruise reprised his role as Ethan Hunt in "Mission: Impossible 2," directed by John Woo. The film, branded with Woo's gun fu style, was the highest-grossing film of the year, earning $547 million worldwide. Cruise received an MTV Movie Award for Best Male Performance.
2001The following year, Cruise starred in the romantic thriller "Vanilla Sky" (2001) alongside Cameron Diaz and Penélope Cruz.
2002In 2002, Cruise headlined the dystopian science fiction action film "Minority Report," directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Philip K. Dick's short story.
2003Cruise starred in Edward Zwick's "The Last Samurai" (2003), earning a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.
2004In 2004, Cruise garnered critical acclaim for his role as Vincent in "Collateral," directed by Michael Mann. The film was praised for its stylish and compelling noir thriller elements.
2005Cruise collaborated with Steven Spielberg again in "War of the Worlds" (2005), a loose adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel, becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of the year with $591.4 million worldwide. He was nominated for the People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Movie Star and won the MTV Generation Award. Cruise received seven Saturn Award nominations between 2002 and 2009, winning once. All but one of the ten films he starred in during the decade surpassed $100 million at the box office.
2006In 2006, Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in "Mission: Impossible III," which received positive reviews and grossed nearly $400 million worldwide.
2007Cruise took a rare supporting role in "Lions for Lambs" (2007), a commercial disappointment. He also made an unrecognizable appearance as "Les Grossman" in the 2008 comedy "Tropic Thunder," earning a Golden Globe nomination.
2008Cruise played the central role in the historical thriller "Valkyrie," released on December 25, 2008, achieving box office success.
2010s: Action star
2010In March 2010, Cruise completed filming the action-comedy "Knight and Day," re-teaming with Cameron Diaz. The film was released on June 23, 2010.
On February 9, 2010, Cruise confirmed his role in "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol," the fourth installment in the Mission: Impossible series. The film was released in December 2011 to high critical acclaim and box office success, becoming Cruise's biggest commercial success up to that date.
2011On May 6, 2011, Cruise received a humanitarian award from the Simon Wiesenthal Center and its Museum of Tolerance for his philanthropic work.
In mid-2011, Cruise began shooting the movie "Rock of Ages" (2012), playing the fictional character Stacee Jaxx. Despite being a box-office misstep, Cruise received positive reviews for his performance. Variety's film critic Justin Chang praised Cruise for "channeling the likes of Axl Rose and Keith Richards" and relishing the opportunity to play against type.
2012Cruise starred as Jack Reacher in the film adaptation of Lee Child's novel "One Shot," released on December 21, 2012. The film received positive reviews and was a box office success, grossing $217 million worldwide.
2013In 2013, Cruise starred in the science fiction film "Oblivion," based on Joseph Kosinski's graphic novel. The film received mixed reviews and grossed $286 million worldwide, also featuring Morgan Freeman and Olga Kurylenko.
2014Cruise starred in the science fiction-action film "Edge of Tomorrow" in 2014, receiving positive reviews and grossing over $370 million.
2015Cruise returned as Ethan Hunt in the fifth installment of the Mission: Impossible series, "Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation" (2015), which he also produced. The film earned high critical acclaim and was a commercial success.
2017Cruise starred in the 2017 reboot of Boris Karloff's 1932 horror movie "The Mummy." The film received negative reviews and flopped at the box office.
2018In 2018, Cruise reprised the role of Ethan Hunt in the sixth film of the Mission: Impossible franchise, "Mission: Impossible – Fallout." The film was positively received by critics and grossed over $791 million at the box office, becoming Cruise's biggest commercial success to date.
Production Career
1993In 1993, Cruise partnered with his former talent agent Paula Wagner to establish Cruise/Wagner Productions.
1996Cruise/Wagner Productions co-produced its first film, "Mission: Impossible" (1996), which also marked Cruise's debut as a film producer.
Cruise is recognized for negotiating some of the most lucrative film deals in Hollywood. In 2005, Hollywood economist Edward Jay Epstein described him as "one of the most powerful – and richest – forces in Hollywood." Epstein argued that Cruise, along with George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, and Jerry Bruckheimer, is among the few producers capable of guaranteeing the success of a billion-dollar film franchise. He emphasized that public fascination with Cruise's tabloid controversies often overshadowed full appreciation of Cruise's exceptional commercial prowess.
FilmographyCruise has produced several films in which he also starred, including "Mission: Impossible," "Without Limits," "Mission: Impossible 2," "The Others," and "Vanilla Sky."
Break with Paramount
2006On August 22, 2006, Paramount Pictures announced the end of its 14-year relationship with Cruise. Sumner Redstone, chairman of Viacom (Paramount's parent company), cited economic damage to Cruise's value as an actor and producer due to his controversial public behavior and views.
In response, Cruise/Wagner Productions asserted that Paramount's announcement was a face-saving move, indicating that the production company had successfully sought alternative financing from private equity firms.
Industry analysts, including Edward Jay Epstein, speculated that the actual reason for the split was Paramount's dissatisfaction with Cruise/Wagner's unusually large share of DVD sales from the Mission: Impossible franchise.
Management of United Artists
2006In November 2006, Cruise and Paula Wagner announced the takeover of the film studio United Artists. Cruise assumed the role of a producer and star in films for United Artists, while Wagner became UA's chief executive.
2007Production began in 2007 on "Valkyrie," a thriller based on the July 20, 1944, assassination attempt against Adolf Hitler. The film was acquired by United Artists in March 2007. Cruise signed to play Claus von Stauffenberg on March 21, 2007, marking the second production greenlighted since Cruise and Wagner assumed control of United Artists. The first was "Lions for Lambs," directed by Robert Redford and released on November 9, 2007, receiving unimpressive box office revenue and critical reception.
2008In August 2008, Wagner stepped down from her position at United Artists but retained her stake in UA, combining with Cruise's share to amount to 30 percent of the studio.
Return to Paramount
Cruise resumed collaboration with Paramount as a producer and star with "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol," without Wagner. The film was a critical and commercial success. Cruise and Wagner later collaborated on the modestly successful "Jack Reacher" series for Paramount.
Warner Bros Discovery
2024In January 2024, it was announced that Cruise's production company was forming a new strategic partnership with Warner Brothers Discovery to develop and produce original and franchise films.
List of Tom Cruise Movies
1981Endless LoveBilly 
TapsCapt. David Shawn 
1983The OutsidersSteve Randle 
Losin' ItWoody 
Risky BusinessJoel 
All the Right MovesStefen Djordjevic 
1986Top GunLt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell 
The Color of MoneyVincent Lauria 
1988CocktailBrian Flanagan 
Rain ManCharlie Babbitt 
1989Born on the Fourth of JulyRon Kovic 
1990Days of ThunderCole TrickleAlso story co-writer
1992Far and AwayJoseph Donelly 
A Few Good MenLt. Daniel Kaffee 
1993The FirmMitch McDeere 
1994Interview with the VampireLestat de Lioncourt 
1996Mission: ImpossibleEthan HuntAlso producer
Jerry MaguireJerry Maguire 
1998Without LimitsProducer only
1999Eyes Wide ShutDr. William Harford 
MagnoliaFrank T.J. Mackey 
2000Mission: Impossible 2Ethan HuntAlso producer
2001Stanley Kubrick: A Life in PicturesNarratorDocumentary
The OthersExecutive producer only
Vanilla SkyDavid AamesAlso producer
2002Space Station 3DNarratorDocumentary
Minority ReportChief John Anderton 
Austin Powers in GoldmemberHimself as Austin PowersCameo
NarcExecutive producer only
2003Shattered GlassExecutive producer only
The Last SamuraiNathan AlgrenAlso producer
2005War of the WorldsRay Ferrier 
ElizabethtownProducer only
2006Ask the DustProducer only
Mission: Impossible IIIEthan HuntAlso producer
2007Lions for LambsSenator Jasper Irving 
2008Tropic ThunderLes Grossman 
ValkyrieColonel Claus von Stauffenberg 
2010Knight and DayRoy Miller / Matthew Knight 
2011Mission: Impossible – Ghost ProtocolEthan HuntAlso producer
2012Rock of AgesStacee Jaxx 
Jack ReacherJack ReacherAlso producer
2014Edge of TomorrowMajor William "Bill" Cage 
2015Mission: Impossible – Rogue NationEthan HuntAlso producer
2016Jack Reacher: Never Go BackJack ReacherAlso producer
2017The MummySgt. Nick Morton 
American MadeBarry Seal 
2018Mission: Impossible – FalloutEthan HuntAlso producer
2022Top Gun: MaverickCapt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell
2023Mission: Impossible – Dead ReckoningEthan Hunt
2025Untitled eighth Mission: Impossible film (Upcoming)Filming
List of Television & Award Shows
In 1993, Tom Cruise took on a directorial role for the television series "Fallen Angels." He directed an episode titled "The Frightening Frammis." This marks a notable entry in Cruise's career, showcasing his involvement in television beyond acting, demonstrating his versatility in the entertainment industry.
1993Fallen AngelsDirector
Episode: "The Frightening Frammis"
Awards and legacy
In 2006, Tom Cruise achieved significant recognition, being ranked as Hollywood's most powerful actor by Premiere magazine, securing the 13th position on the 2006 Power List, and notably, the highest ranked actor that year. Simultaneously, Forbes magazine bestowed upon him the title of the world's most powerful celebrity. Recognizing his global appeal, the Japan Memorial Day Association declared October 10, 2006, as "Tom Cruise Day" in Japan, attributing this honor to his profound connection and affection for the country.

Film critic Roger Ebert, while reviewing "Days of Thunder," observed recurring themes in Cruise's 1980s films, coining the term "Tom Cruise Picture." Ebert identified nine key ingredients characterizing these films, including the Cruise character, mentorship, a superior woman, a skill to be mastered, the setting or arena, esoteric knowledge to acquire, a journey or trail, a prototypical enemy, and the eventual adversary. This formula is seen in various Cruise films, such as "A Few Good Men" and "The Last Samurai."

Widescreenings delved into Cruise's characters in "A Few Good Men," comparing them to those in "Top Gun." The analysis highlighted the contrasting approaches, where Maverick Mitchell in "Top Gun" is a military underachiever trying to outperform his late father, while Daniel Kaffee in "A Few Good Men" needs to let go of discipline and discover his capabilities.

Beyond his acting prowess, Cruise is an accomplished aerobatic pilot. In 2010, he was inducted into the Living Legends of Aviation and received the Aviation Inspiration and Patriotism Award from the Kiddie Hawk Air Academy. Cruise, a P-51 Mustang owner, is celebrated not only for his on-screen success but also for his contributions to aviation.
List of Awards and Nominations Received by Tom Cruise
Major Awards
Academy Awards
YearCategoryNominated workResult
1990Best ActorBorn on the Fourth of JulyNominated
1997Jerry MaguireNominated
2000Best Supporting ActorMagnoliaNominated
2023Best PictureTop Gun: MaverickNominated
YearCategoryNominated workResult
British Academy Film Award
1991Best Actor in a Leading RoleBorn on the Fourth of JulyNominated
British Academy Britannia Awards
2005Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in FilmExcellence in FilmWon
Cannes Film Festival[edit]
YearCategoryNominated workResult
2022Honorary Palme d'OrAchievement in FilmWon
Golden Globe Awards[edit]
On May 10, 2021, Cruise returned all three of his Golden Globes to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association due to its many controversies, particularly for its lack of diversity, specifically no black members, and ethical questions related to financial benefits to some of its members.
YearCategoryNominated workResult
1984Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or ComedyRisky BusinessNominated
1990Best Actor – Motion Picture DramaBorn on the Fourth of JulyWon
1993A Few Good MenNominated
1997Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or ComedyJerry MaguireWon
2000Best Supporting Actor – Motion PictureMagnoliaWon
2004Best Actor – Motion Picture DramaThe Last SamuraiNominated
2009Best Supporting Actor – Motion PictureTropic ThunderNominated
2023Best Motion Picture – Drama[a]Top Gun: MaverickNominated
Producers Guild of America Awards
YearCategoryNominated workResult
1997Most Promising Producer in Theatrical Motion PicturesMission: ImpossibleWon
2004Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesThe Last SamuraiNominated
2023Top Gun: MaverickNominated
David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion PicturesWon
Screen Actors Guild Awards
YearCategoryNominated workResult
1997Outstanding Actor in a Leading RoleJerry MaguireNominated
2000Outstanding Actor in a Supporting RoleMagnoliaNominated
Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Motion PictureNominated
2023Outstanding Performance by a Stunt EnsembleTop Gun: MaverickWon
Industry Awards
American Cinema Awards
1991Distinguished Achievement in Film Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards
1997Best ActorJerry MaguireNominated
2005Distinguished Achievement in Performing ArtsWon
2015Best Actor in an Action MovieEdge of TomorrowNominated
2016Mission: Impossible – Rogue NationNominated
2023Best ActorTop Gun: MaverickNominated
David di Donatello Awards
1990Best Foreign Actor (Migliore Attore Straniero)Born on the Fourth of JulyNominated
2005Special David Won
Empire Awards
2000Best ActorEyes Wide ShutNominated
2003Minority ReportWon
2014Honorary AwardsEmpire 25th Award: Legend of our LifetimeWon[4]
Golden Raspberry Awards
1989Worst ActorCocktailNominated
1995Worst Screen CoupleInterview with the VampireWon[b]
2001Worst Remake or SequelMission: Impossible 2Nominated
2006Most Tiresome Tabloid TargetsTom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Oprah Winfrey's couch, the Eiffel Tower, and "Tom's baby"Won
Tom Cruise and his anti-psychiatry rantNominated
Worst ActorWar of the WorldsNominated
2018The Mummy[5]Won
Hasty Pudding Theatricals Awards
1994Hasty Pudding Man of the Year Won
MTV Movie & TV Awards
1993Best On-Screen DuoFar and AwayNominated
Most Desirable MaleA Few Good MenNominated
Best Male PerformanceNominated
1994Most Desirable MaleThe FirmNominated
Best Male PerformanceNominated
1995Best VillainInterview with the VampireNominated
Best On-Screen DuoNominated[d]
Most Desirable MaleNominated
1997Best Male PerformanceJerry MaguireWon
2001Mission: Impossible 2Won
2004The Last SamuraiNominated
2005Generation Award Won
Best VillainCollateralNominated
2012Best FightMission: Impossible – Ghost ProtocolNominated
Best Gut-Wrenching PerformanceNominated
2023Best Performance in a MovieTop Gun: MaverickWon
Best HeroNominated
Best DuoNominated[e]
MTV Movie Awards – Mexico
2004Funniest American in Japan (Gringo/a más Gracioso en Japón)The Last SamuraiWon
MTV TRL Awards
2003Biggest Friggin Star to Ever Appear on TRL Award Won
National Movie Awards
2010Screen IconN/AWon
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
1997Favorite Movie ActorMission: ImpossibleNominated
2001Mission: Impossible 2Nominated
Wannabe Award Won
2012Favorite Butt KickerMission: Impossible – Ghost ProtocolNominated
2023Favorite Movie ActorTop Gun: MaverickNominated
People's Choice Awards
1987Favorite Motion Picture ActorN/ANominated
1994Favorite Actor in a Dramatic Motion PictureThe FirmWon
2004Favorite Male Movie StarN/ANominated
2017Favorite Movie IconN/ANominated
2018Male Movie Star of 2018Mission: Impossible – FalloutNominated
Action Movie Star of 2018Nominated
2022Male Movie Star of 2022Top Gun: MaverickNominated
Action Movie Star of 2022Nominated
Rembrandt Award
2012Best International Actor (Beste Buitenlandse Acteur)Mission: Impossible – Ghost ProtocolNominated
Satellite Awards
1997Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or MusicalJerry MaguireWon
2000Best Actor in a Supporting Role – DramaMagnoliaNominated
2004Best Actor in a Motion Picture – DramaThe Last SamuraiNominated
2023Top Gun: MaverickNominated
Saturn Awards
1995Best ActorInterview with the VampireNominated
2002Vanilla SkyWon
2003Minority ReportNominated
2004The Last SamuraiNominated
2006War of the WorldsNominated
2007Mission: Impossible IIINominated
2012Mission: Impossible – Ghost ProtocolNominated
2015Edge of TomorrowNominated
2019Mission: Impossible – FalloutNominated
2022Top Gun: MaverickWon
2004Freedom Medal of Valor Won[6]
ShoWest Convention
1987Special AwardBox Office Star of the YearWon
Teen Choice Awards
2000Choice Movie ActorMission: Impossible 2Nominated
Choice Summer Movie WipeoutNominated
2005Choice Movie VillainCollateralNominated
Choice Movie Actor – DramaNominated
2006Choice Movie Actor – ActionMission: Impossible IIINominated
2012Mission: Impossible – Ghost ProtocolNominated
2013Choice Movie Actor – Sci-Fi/FantasyOblivionNominated
2014Choice Movie Actor – ActionEdge of TomorrowNominated
Walk of Fame
1986Star on the Walk of FameMotion PictureWon
Yoga Awards
1994Worst Foreign ActorThe FirmWon
Relationships & More
Early-to-mid-1980sMelissa Gilbert: Cruise had a relationship with Melissa Gilbert during the early-to-mid-1980s.
Early-to-mid-1980sRebecca De Mornay: Cruise was romantically involved with Rebecca De Mornay in the early-to-mid-1980s.
Early-to-mid-1980sPatti Scialfa: Cruise had a relationship with Patti Scialfa in the early-to-mid-1980s.
Early-to-mid-1980sCher: Cruise was romantically linked with Cher during the early-to-mid-1980s.
1987 - 1990Mimi Rogers: Cruise married actress Mimi Rogers on May 9, 1987. They divorced on February 4, 1990. The divorce settlement was $4 million. Rogers had a Scientology background, and they met when Cruise became one of her clients. Rogers initially claimed Cruise was considering becoming a monk, affecting their intimacy, but later retracted the comments.
1990 - 2001Nicole Kidman: Cruise met his second wife, actress Nicole Kidman, on the set of "Days of Thunder" (1990). They married on December 24, 1990, and adopted two children. The couple separated on February 5, 2001, and their divorce was finalized later that year, with Cruise citing irreconcilable differences. Kidman clarified misconceptions about a reported miscarriage early in her marriage.
2001 - 2004Penélope Cruz: Cruise was romantically linked with Penélope Cruz, his co-star in "Vanilla Sky" (2001). Their three-year relationship ended in 2004.
2004Nazanin Boniadi: After the breakup with Cruz, Scientology leaders reportedly launched a secret project to find Cruise a new girlfriend. Cruise had a short-lived relationship with Iranian-British actress Nazanin Boniadi, who later left Scientology. The Church of Scientology and Cruise's lawyers denied the claims, threatening to sue Vanity Fair for "shoddy journalism" and "religious bigotry." Director Paul Haggis later confirmed the story.
2005Sofía Vergara: In 2005, Tom Cruise briefly dated Sofía Vergara following his split with Penélope Cruz. According to Andrew Morton, the author of "Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography," Cruise, a follower of the Church of Scientology, provided church leaders with a list of women he was interested in pursuing at the time. Sofía Vergara was among the names on that list, as she was an up-and-coming actor in the 2000s.
However, their relationship came to an abrupt end before fully developing. Morton noted that it became evident that Vergara was essentially auditioning for a significant role—becoming Mrs. Tom Cruise. The condition was set that, if she accepted the part, she would need to renounce her Catholic faith and convert to Scientology.
2005 - 2012Katie Holmes: Cruise began dating actress Katie Holmes in April 2005. They made their first public appearance together in Rome on April 27, 2005, and publicly declared their love on The Oprah Winfrey Show in May 2005. They announced their expectation of a child in October 2005, and their daughter Suri was born in April 2006. Holmes and Cruise were married on November 18, 2006, in a Scientologist ceremony. They filed for divorce on June 29, 2012, and signed a settlement on July 9, 2012. Cruise claimed that Holmes divorced him in part to protect their daughter Suri from Scientology.
Personal Life
Marital StatusDivorced
Wives of Tom CruiseDetails
1987 - 1990Mimi Rogers: Cruise married actress Mimi Rogers on May 9, 1987. They divorced on February 4, 1990. The divorce settlement was $4 million. Rogers had a Scientology background, and they met when Cruise became one of her clients. Rogers initially claimed Cruise was considering becoming a monk, affecting their intimacy, but later retracted the comments.
1990 - 2001Nicole Kidman: Cruise met his second wife, actress Nicole Kidman, on the set of "Days of Thunder" (1990). They married on December 24, 1990, and adopted two children. The couple separated on February 5, 2001, and their divorce was finalized later that year, with Cruise citing irreconcilable differences.
2006 - 2012Katie Holmes: Cruise began dating actress Katie Holmes in April 2005. They made their first public appearance together in Rome on April 27, 2005, and publicly declared their love on The Oprah Winfrey Show in May 2005. They announced their expectation of a child in October 2005, and their daughter Suri was born in April 2006. Holmes and Cruise were married on November 18, 2006, in a Scientologist ceremony. They filed for divorce on June 29, 2012, and signed a settlement on July 9, 2012. Cruise claimed that Holmes divorced him in part to protect their daughter Suri from Scientology.
Isabella Jane CruiseBorn in 1992 to Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Adopted by the couple.
Connor Antony CruiseBorn in 1995 to Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Adopted by the couple.
Suri CruiseBorn in April 2006 to Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Biological child of the couple.
Favorites and Hobbies
  1. Favorite Gadget:
    • Tom Cruise is a tech enthusiast who enjoys using various gadgets, including smartphones, tablets, and cameras.
    • An early adopter of new technologies, Cruise was among the first celebrities to use the iPhone when it was initially released.
    • One of his favorite gadgets is the DJI Osmo Action camera, which he uses for shooting footage in movies and capturing personal moments like travels and workouts.
    • Cruise is also a fan of the Apple Watch, using it to track fitness and stay connected with friends and family.
  2. Favorite Restaurant:
    • Tom Cruise appreciates fine dining, and his favorite restaurant may vary based on location and mood.
    • In Los Angeles, he has been spotted at Mastro's Ocean Club, known for its seafood dishes, lobster bisque, and grilled salmon.
    • Other high-end restaurants Cruise has frequented in Los Angeles include Spago and The Grill Room.
    • When traveling, Cruise enjoys exploring new restaurants in cities like London, Paris, and New York for unique dining experiences.
  3. Favorite Food:
    • Cruise has a diverse palate, enjoying a variety of culinary delights.
    • Favorite foods include sushi, steak, pasta, Italian, Mexican, and Thai cuisine.
    • As a health-conscious individual with an intense workout regimen, Cruise maintains a balanced diet with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
    • He is a foodie at heart, always eager to try new foods from around the world.
  4. Best Movie (Subjective):
    • With a prolific career, determining Tom Cruise's best movie is subjective and open to interpretation.
    • Notable films contributing to his success include "Top Gun," "Rain Man," "Jerry Maguire," and the "Mission: Impossible" series.
  5. Favorite Sports Team:
    • While Cruise hasn't explicitly mentioned a favorite sports team, he has been seen attending events of various sports.
    • He has shown support for teams like the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Dodgers and attended soccer matches featuring Arsenal and Real Madrid.
  6. Favorite Hotel:
    • Cruise has stayed in numerous hotels worldwide, and his favorites may vary based on project or personal preference.
    • Some of his preferred hotels include The Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, The Dorchester in London, The Plaza Hotel in New York City, and The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Tokyo.
  7. Favorite Travel Destinations:
    • Cruise enjoys traveling to diverse destinations, including the Amalfi Coast, Seychelles Islands, Maldives Islands, Swiss Alps, and Galapagos Islands.
    • He appreciates exploring new places, experiencing different cultures, and engaging in outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and swimming.
  8. Favorite City:
    • While Los Angeles holds a special place as his adopted home, Cruise has expressed London as his favorite city.
    • He loves London's energy, diversity, rich history, and culture, often spending time exploring its various neighborhoods.
Style Quotient, Cars, Bikes & More
Cars Collection
om Cruise's car collection includes a diverse array of vehicles, showcasing his passion for both luxury and vintage automobiles. Among the notable cars in his possession are:

BMW 7 Series: Tom Cruise owns the epitome of luxury with the BMW 7 Series. Featuring a 4.4-liter V8 engine pumping out 536 hp, this sedan can accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in just 4.1 seconds. Its top speed is limited to 250 km/h, and prices in India start at Rs 1.41 Crore.

Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport: Cruise also possesses a vintage gem, the 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport. With a 6.5-liter V8 engine producing 375 hp and 563 Nm of torque, the exact value of this classic car is challenging to determine due to its age.

Saleen Mustang: Adding a touch of exclusivity, Tom Cruise owns a special edition Saleen Mustang, powered by a 4.6-liter V8 engine delivering 485 hp and 626 Nm of torque. Currently valued at over $80,000 (Rs 64 lakh), this Mustang holds a special place in his collection.

Bugatti Veyron: Cruise's collection boasts the Bugatti Veyron, a symbol of speed and opulence. Priced at Rs 11.40 Crore in India, this powerhouse features an 8.0-liter W16 engine generating an astonishing 1200 hp and 1500 Nm of torque, propelling it from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds.

Porsche 993: A rare and popular sports car from its era, the Porsche 993, with its 3.6-liter engine producing 402 hp and 541 Nm of torque, is another valuable addition to Cruise's garage. Its current value exceeds $100,000 (Rs 80 lakh)

Chevrolet Corvette C1: Tom Cruise owns a vintage Chevrolet Corvette C1, manufactured between 1953 and 1962. In its final generation, it featured a 5.4-liter engine producing 360 hp. As a vintage car, its precise value is challenging to estimate.

Nissan 300ZX SCCA: Wrapping up the collection is the Nissan 300ZX SCCA, a JDM racing car from 1985. Equipped with a 3.0-liter V6 engine delivering 200 hp, this two-seater reflects its racing DNA from that era in Tom Cruise's impressive car lineup.
Bike CollectionTom Cruise's motorcycle collection is as impressive as his car collection, featuring a range of iconic and high-performance bikes. Here's a glimpse into his two-wheeled lineup:

BMW S1000 RR: Featured in Mission: Impossible: Rogue Nation, Cruise not only rode this BMW in the movie but was so impressed that he bought one for himself. Known for its sporty design and performance, the S1000 RR is a favorite among motorcycle enthusiasts.

Vyrus 987 C3 4V: Cruise caused quite a stir when he rode out on this powerful and exclusive bike on his 51st birthday. With only 25 units produced, Cruise reportedly paid over $103,000 to own this masterpiece from Vyrus.

Kawasaki GPZ900R: Fans of Top Gun will recognize this motorcycle, as it was ridden by Tom Cruise in the iconic 1986 movie. Cruise liked it enough to add one to his personal collection, showcasing his appreciation for the bike's performance and style.

Triumph Speed Triple: Featured in Mission: Impossible II, the Triumph Speed Triple's comfortable design and classic looks appealed to many. Cruise, too, became a proud owner of this Triumph model after using it in the movie.

Triumph Bonneville: Built specifically for Mission: Impossible III, this unique British scrambler caught the attention of enthusiasts. After the movie, Cruise acquired it at an auction for almost $30,000.

Honda CRF450X: While not a sports bike, this Honda played a role in the movie Oblivion. Cruise, having specific preferences for its functionality during filming, received one of the movie motorcycles as a birthday present after production concluded.

Ducati 999R: With only 200 units produced, the Ducati 999R is a rare find. Its impressive liquid-cooled 999cc four-stroke twin-cylinder engine, delivering 139 horsepower, makes it a sought-after superbike.

Ducati Desmosedici RR: An even rarer addition to Cruise's collection, the Ducati Desmosedici RR is the street-legal version of the bike ridden by Capirossi at Catalunya GP in 2003. With only 1500 units made, it boasts a powerful 989cc engine producing 200 horsepower.

Confederate Hellcat: From the boutique motorcycle builder Confederate Motors, the Hellcat caught Cruise's attention. He showcased the bike at the premier of Mission Impossible 3, adding another unique and attention-grabbing ride to his collection.

BMW R nineT: Recognizable from Mission Impossible: Fallout, this BMW R nineT was involved in a crash during filming. Despite the mishap, Cruise, known for his riding skills, added the bike to his collection, showcasing his resilience and passion for motorcycles.
Jet collectionTom Cruise's aircraft collection includes a mix of vintage and modern jets, showcasing his interest in aviation. Here are the aircraft known to be a part of his collection:

North American P-51 Mustang Fighter: Tom Cruise owns a vintage P-51 Mustang fighter plane, a World War II aircraft that he acquired in 2001. Built in 1946, this American long-range fighter bomber served in World War II and the Korean War. Cruise's P-51 Mustang, used in air racing by civilian pilots, was actually featured in his recent film 'Top Gun: Maverick,' where he piloted the aircraft himself.

Gulfstream IV G4 Jet: Valued at around $20 million, Cruise owns a Gulfstream IV G4, a long-range executive jet manufactured by Gulfstream, a General Dynamics company. This jet, produced from 1985 to 2018, is known for its luxurious features, including the capacity to accommodate up to 19 passengers, a jacuzzi, and a dedicated movie-screening room. The Gulfstream IV G4 has a range of up to 7,100 kilometers and a top speed of 850 kilometers per hour.

Other Speculated Aircraft: While not officially confirmed, there are speculations about additional aircraft in Cruise's fleet. According to Jack Sweeney, known for reporting on celebrities' travel habits, Cruise is rumored to own a HondaJet and a Bombardier Challenger 300 jet, adding to the intrigue of his aviation collection.

Tom Cruise's diverse aircraft collection showcases his appreciation for both historical military planes and modern luxury jets, reflecting his passion for aviation.
Boat CollectionTriple Seven: Tom Cruise has a 223-foot-long superyacht named Triple Seven, which is worth £33 million. The yacht was built in 2006 by the German shipyard Nobiskrug, and its name comes from its shipyard build number, 777.

Reveler: Cruise has also been seen on a 263-foot-long superyacht, originally named Reveler, which was commissioned in 1929 by the chairman of the Packard automobile company.
Tom cruise’s LicensesAviation License: In the iconic 1986 film 'Top Gun,' Cruise played the role of a fearless pilot, showcasing his love for flying fighter jets. In reality, Cruise holds a valid aviation license, allowing him to pilot fighter jets without reliance on special effects. This license permitted him to operate an F-18 fighter jet during the filming of 'Top Gun: Maverick.' Additionally, Cruise holds another license enabling him to fly commercial planes.

Motorcycle License: Cruise shares a passion for motorcycles both on and off the movie set. He possesses a motorcycle license, an endorsement added to his driver's license, confirming his legal ability to operate motorcycles on public roads. This endorsement signifies that Cruise has met the necessary requirements and demonstrated the essential skills for safe motorcycle operation.

Boat License: Known for his adventurous spirit, Cruise engages in high-speed pursuits on land with sports cars and motorcycles. However, he also seeks excitement on the open seas, often navigating luxurious yachts. Cruise holds a boat license, officially known as a boating license or boater's license. This certification grants him legal authorization to operate boats or watercraft on public waterways.

Parachute License: Cruise is also a holder of a parachute license, often referred to as a skydiving license or parachutist license. This license allows him to actively participate in skydiving activities. In preparation for a daring stunt in 'Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One,' Cruise completed an extraordinary journey of over 500 skydives. The behind-the-scenes footage reveals the intensive training for a scene involving riding a motorbike off a cliff and deploying a parachute for a safe landing, considered one of the "most dangerous" stunts attempted for a movie.

Real Estate License: Beyond his adventurous pursuits, Cruise holds a real estate license, which grants him the authority to engage in real estate activities such as buying, selling, or leasing properties. Obtained by meeting specific requirements set by the governing real estate authority, this license is essential for individuals working as agents or brokers in the real estate industry, showcasing Cruise's qualifications and adherence to legal regulations.
Salary, Net Worth, Assets & Properties
Salary$20-30 million per film
Monthly Income$4 Million +
Assets/Properties Tom Cruise's Sussex Estate: Located in West Sussex, United Kingdom, Tom Cruise's English estate is valued at $4.2 million. Situated on 14 acres of land, the property spans 11,000 square feet, featuring eight bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Tom Cruise's Beverly Hills Manor: In Beverly Hills, Cruise owned a mansion with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, covering an expansive 10,286 square feet. Purchased for $32.5 million in 2007, the Top Gun star sold this luxurious property for a reported $40 million in 2016.

Tom Cruise's Hollywood Hills Mansion: The Mission Impossible star once owned a French-style villa in Hollywood Hills, boasting Venetian plasters. This property, featuring seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and a lagoon-style pool, was sold to actress Eva Longoria for $11.4 million.

Tom Cruise's Colorado Mountain Ranch: Nestled in the mountains, Cruise's ranch in Colorado showcased breathtaking views and luxurious features, including floor-to-ceiling fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and a spacious dining room area. In 2021, the actor sold this scenic retreat for $39.5 million.

Tom Cruise's Florida Penthouse: Cruise owns a $9.6 million penthouse in Clearwater, Florida. This two-story apartment is equipped with a private outdoor swimming pool, a pool garden, a movie theater, a car elevator, a rooftop deck, a hot tub, and a gym, providing a lavish living experience.
Net Worth in Dollars$600 million

Unveiling the lesser-known facets of Tom Cruise’s life

  • Tom Cruise was born on July 3, 1962, in Syracuse, New York.
  • His parents were Thomas Cruise Mapother III and Mary Lee (née Pfeiffer).
  • Cruise’s parents were both from Louisville, Kentucky, with English, German, and Irish ancestry.
  • He has three sisters named Lee Anne, Marian, and Cass.
  • One of his cousins, William Mapother, is also an actor who has appeared in five films with Cruise.
  • Cruise grew up in near poverty and had a Catholic upbringing.

  • Describing his father as “a merchant of chaos,” Cruise had a difficult relationship with him.
  • He characterized his father as a “bully” and a “coward” who beat his children.
  • Cruise’s childhood lessons included distrust and caution due to his father’s unpredictable behavior.
  • His biological father passed away from cancer in 1984.

  • Cruise attended a total of 15 schools in 14 years, reflecting a nomadic childhood.
  • Part of his childhood was spent in Canada when his father worked as a defense consultant.
  • He attended the Robert Hopkins Public School in Ottawa for fourth and fifth grade.
  • Cruise’s involvement in drama began in fourth grade, performing an improvised play called IT.
  • In sixth grade, he moved to Henry Munro Middle School in Ottawa.
  • His family returned to the United States in 1978 after his parents’ separation.
  • Cruise briefly attended St. Francis Seminary in Cincinnati on a Catholic Church scholarship but left after a year.
  • In his senior year of high school, he played football as a linebacker but was cut from the team for drinking beer before a game.
  • Cruise graduated from Glen Ridge High School in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, in 1980.

  • Initially aspired to become a Franciscan priest during his time at St. Francis Seminary.
  • Left the seminary when his family relocated, according to some sources, or after being caught taking liquor, according to a classmate.
  • Engaged in drama during high school, starring in the production of Guys and Dolls.
  • Graduated from Glen Ridge High School in 1980, marking the completion of his early education.

  • Humble Beginnings: Tom Cruise’s journey started in near poverty, overcoming challenges to become a Hollywood icon.
  • Challenging Childhood: Having an abusive father, Cruise vividly described him as “a merchant of chaos,” highlighting the difficulties he faced in his early years.
  • Sporting Enthusiast: During his school days, Cruise actively participated in Floor Hockey, showcasing his early passion for sports.
  • Educational Nomad: In a span of 14 years, Cruise attended an astonishing 15 schools, reflecting a nomadic educational journey during his formative years.
  • Ambidextrous Abilities: Cruise possesses unique ambidextrous skills, conducting most tasks with his left hand while reserving his right hand for writing.
  • Protective of Image: Maintaining a distinct privacy boundary, Cruise has never permitted his images to be used in action figures and video games, showcasing a guarded personal brand.
  • Oscar Pursuits: Despite earning critical acclaim, Cruise has faced Oscar nominations three times without securing a win, adding an interesting dimension to his celebrated career.
  • Tom Cruise Day in Japan: Recognizing his unparalleled popularity, Japan declared October 10, 2006, as “Tom Cruise Day” due to his frequent visits, marking him as the most visited Hollywood celebrity in the country.

  1. Defending Marriage Against Tabloid Accusations (1998):
    • Cruise took legal action against the Daily Express, a British tabloid, for alleging that his marriage to Nicole Kidman was a sham to conceal his homosexuality.
    • The lawsuit, filed in 1998, ended successfully for Cruise, dispelling the false claims made by the publication.
  2. Disputing Affair Allegations (2001):
    • In May 2001, Cruise sued gay porn actor Chad Slater, who claimed to have had an affair with Cruise.
    • Denying the allegations, Cruise filed a lawsuit, resulting in Slater being ordered to pay $10 million in damages after admitting the falsity of his claims.
  3. Legal Action Against Defamation (2001):
    • Cruise sued Bold Magazine publisher Michael Davis for $100 million over allegations that Davis possessed a video proving Cruise’s homosexuality.
    • The lawsuit was dropped in exchange for a public statement from Davis confirming Cruise’s heterosexuality and that the video did not feature Cruise.
  4. Domain Name Dispute (2006):
    • In 2006, Cruise filed a lawsuit against cybersquatter Jeff Burgar to gain control of the domain.
    • The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) ruled in favor of Cruise, granting him control of the domain.
  5. Wiretapping Allegations (2009):
    • In 2009, Michael Davis Sapir filed a lawsuit accusing Cruise of wiretapping his phone. The suit was dismissed due to the expiration of the statute of limitations on Sapir’s claim.
  6. Defamation Lawsuit Against Magazines (2012):
    • Cruise filed a defamation lawsuit in October 2012 against In Touch and Life & Style magazines.
    • The magazines had claimed that Cruise had “abandoned” his six-year-old daughter. The lawsuit was settled the following year, with Cruise admitting during deposition that he hadn’t seen his daughter for 110 days.

  1. Introduction to Scientology (1986):
    • Tom Cruise was introduced to Scientology by his first wife, Mimi Rogers, in 1986.
    • His commitment to the Church of Scientology became more pronounced in the 2000s.
  2. Public Acknowledgment (1992):
    • Cruise’s involvement in Scientology was leaked by the tabloid Star in 1990.
    • In a 1992 interview with Barbara Walters, Cruise publicly admitted to following Scientology.
  3. Controversial Period and Retreat (Late 1990s):
    • According to Janet Reitman’s book, Cruise initially embraced Scientology teachings.
    • However, seven years into his Scientology studies, he had a moment of concern when secrets, including the story of the prophet Xenu, were promised.
    • Cruise took a step back, distancing himself from the Church until 1999.
  4. Return and Zealous Advocacy (Late 1990s-2000s):
    • In 1999, David Miscavige sent Marty Rathbun to convince Cruise to resume training within the Church.
    • Cruise became a zealous advocate for Scientology and formed a close friendship with the Church’s chairman, David Miscavige.
    • He attributed overcoming dyslexia to Scientology, particularly the Hubbard Study Tech.
  5. Controversies and Advocacy Efforts (2000s):
    • In the 2000s, Cruise stirred controversy with his criticism of psychiatry and anti-depressant drugs.
    • He actively promoted Scientology, lobbying for its recognition as a religion in Europe.
    • Cruise lobbied French officials in 2005, leading to a ban on further dealings due to his perceived role as a Scientology spokesman.
  6. Political Engagement (2000s):
    • Cruise engaged in political efforts to support Scientology’s recognition.
    • He lobbied British Prime Minister Tony Blair and convinced U.S. officials to oppose non-recognition of Scientology in Germany.
  7. Charitable Initiatives and Criticisms (2000s):
    • Cruise co-founded Downtown Medical to provide detoxification therapy for 9/11 rescue workers.
    • This initiative faced criticism from medical professionals and firefighters.
    • In 2004, Cruise received the Scientology Freedom Medal of Valor from David Miscavige for his activities.
  8. Conversion Attempts and Scientology Restrictions (2000s-2008):
    • Former Scientologist Paul Haggis claimed that Cruise tried to convert various celebrities to Scientology.
    • Since 2008, Cruise has restricted interviewers from discussing Scientology during interviews.

  1. Critique of Psychiatry (2004-2005):
    • In January 2004, Cruise ignited controversy by stating, “I think psychiatry should be outlawed.”
    • His criticism continued in 2005 when he opposed actress Brooke Shields’ use of the antidepressant Paxil, dismissing the concept of chemical imbalances.
    • A heated argument with Matt Lauer on NBC’s Today in June 2005 ensued, highlighting Cruise’s controversial views on mental health.
    • Medical authorities criticized Cruise for contributing to the stigma of mental illness.
    • In late August 2006, Cruise personally apologized to Shields for his comments.
  2. Anti-Psychiatry Actions and Impact on Relationships (2005-2006):
    • Cruise’s anti-psychiatry stance, consistent with Scientology principles, reportedly strained his relationship with director Steven Spielberg.
    • Spielberg, after mentioning a doctor who prescribed psychiatric medication in Cruise’s presence, faced a Scientology-organized protest at the doctor’s office, causing tensions.
  3. YouTube Video Controversy (2008):
    • A Church of Scientology-produced video featuring Cruise discussing Scientology was posted on YouTube by Project Chanology.
    • The Church claimed the video was pirated and edited; YouTube initially removed it under threat of litigation.
    • YouTube later reinstated the video, asserting it did not breach copyright laws, and it garnered over 15 million views.
  4. Publicist Changes and Allegations (2004-2015):
    • In 2004, Cruise’s longtime publicist, Pat Kingsley, resigned, leading to speculations about controlling publicity related to Scientology.
    • His sister, Lee Anne DeVette, briefly served as a Scientologist publicist until November 2005.
    • Subsequent changes in publicists were seen as efforts to manage the fallout from Cruise’s Scientology-related controversies and his relationship with Katie Holmes.
  5. Exposure in Scientology Critiques (2013-2015):
    • Lawrence Wright’s book “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” and its 2015 documentary adaptation scrutinized Cruise’s role in Scientology.
    • Allegations emerged that Scientology orchestrated romantic partners for Cruise and exploited Sea Org and Rehabilitation Project Force workers for unpaid labor.
    • Marty Rathbun claimed in the documentary that Cruise suggested wiretapping Nicole Kidman, his former wife.
    • Cruise’s ex-girlfriend, Nazanin Boniadi, likened Scientology’s auditioning of women for Cruise to “white slavery.”

Tom Cruise’s life is a captivating narrative of perseverance, versatility, and triumph. From his early days as a struggling actor to becoming one of Hollywood’s most iconic stars, Cruise’s journey is a testament to his unwavering commitment to excellence. His exceptional acting skills, coupled with a relentless pursuit of perfection, have propelled him to the zenith of the entertainment industry. Beyond the silver screen, Cruise’s forays into production, his love for cutting-edge technology, and his diverse interests reveal a multifaceted individual. A man of unwavering determination, Tom Cruise stands as a symbol of success, resilience, and the pursuit of dreams, inspiring countless admirers worldwide.

How tall is Tom Cruise?

Tom Cruise is approximately 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 meters) tall.

What is Tom Cruise's birthdate?

Tom Cruise was born on July 3, 1962.

How many times has Tom Cruise been married?

Tom Cruise has been married three times.

Who are Tom Cruise's children?

Tom Cruise has three children: Isabella Jane Cruise, Connor Antony Cruise, and Suri Cruise.

What is Tom Cruise's real name?

Tom Cruise's real name is Thomas Cruise Mapother IV.

What was Tom Cruise's first movie?

Tom Cruise's first movie was "Endless Love," where he had a bit part in 1981.

Has Tom Cruise won an Academy Award?

Tom Cruise has not won an Academy Award, but he has received three nominations.

What is Tom Cruise's net worth?

As of the latest available information, Tom Cruise's net worth is estimated to be around $600 million.

What is Tom Cruise's most successful movie?

"Mission: Impossible – Fallout" is one of Tom Cruise's most commercially successful movies.

Is Tom Cruise a Scientologist?

Yes, Tom Cruise is a prominent member of the Church of Scientology.

Where was Tom Cruise born?

Tom Cruise was born in Syracuse, New York, USA.

How many "Mission: Impossible" movies has Tom Cruise done?

Tom Cruise has starred in all six "Mission: Impossible" movies released up to my knowledge cutoff date in 2022.

What is Tom Cruise's production company called?

Tom Cruise's production company is called Cruise/Wagner Productions.

How many siblings does Tom Cruise have?

Tom Cruise has three sisters: Lee Anne, Marian, and Cass Mapother.

What is Tom Cruise's highest-grossing film?

"Top Gun: Maverick" is one of Tom Cruise's highly anticipated films.

What awards has Tom Cruise won?

Tom Cruise has won several awards, including three Golden Globe Awards.

Does Tom Cruise perform his own stunts?

Yes, Tom Cruise is known for performing many of his own stunts in films.

What is Tom Cruise's workout routine?

Tom Cruise follows an intense workout routine that includes weight training, cardio, and martial arts.

What is Tom Cruise's favorite food?

Tom Cruise has a diverse palate and enjoys a variety of foods, including sushi, steak, and pasta.

Does Tom Cruise have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

Yes, Tom Cruise received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1986.

Has Tom Cruise ever been nominated for an Oscar?

Yes, Tom Cruise has been nominated for three Academy Awards.

What is Tom Cruise's involvement in aviation?

Tom Cruise is an aerobatic pilot and owns a P-51 Mustang among other aircraft.

How many languages does Tom Cruise speak?

Tom Cruise is known to speak English and is not widely reported to be fluent in other languages.

Is Tom Cruise active on social media?

Tom Cruise is active on Instagram, X, Facebook


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