Thanks for the yanks, Tom Hanks, because your wife Rita Wilson might’ve been underseen without your assistance. The former teen model studied at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts but spent the ’70s guesting on shows such as The Brady Bunch, Happy Days, and Hawaii Five-O. She also appeared on Bosom Buddies in 1981, although the official story is that she didn’t become involved with then-married Hanks until appearing with him in Volunteers (1985). Rita’s dressed for sexcess in the steamy jungle setting, so it’s no surprise that Hanks found himself hankering for his co-star. The talented actress kept a low profile until the ’90s, when she returned to the big screen as a gorgeous older gal. The roles were insufficiently sexy, however, until the Bob Crane bio Auto Focus (2002) showcased the forty-three-year-old actress in plenty of negligible negligees. Tom’s got literally millions of reasons to be thankful for Rita, too. She was the one who discovered Nia Vardalos and her script for My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)--which became the top-grossing indie film of all time after being developed by Hanks’s film company.