Tom Hiddleston regaled everyone with his impressions on Graham Norton last night.

Tom Hiddleston was in flying form last night on the Graham Norton show, doing shrewd impressions of Robert DeNiro, Owen Wilson, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino and the man himself Graham Norton.

The actor told his spellbound audience “It’s an expression of admiration to be clear,” before launching into his characters for a full six minutes.

It would appear he is quite the impressionist, although given his career in acting perhaps it is not as surprising as you might think.

Still it is very entertaining, take a look for yourself.

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