But alas, Hanks, a two-time Best Actor Oscar winner and five-time Oscar nominee, was completely shut out by the Academy.
Carole Radziwill, one time princess, two-time Real Housewives star, debuts her first novel and talks about sex and dating.
Mitt Romney is a two-time loser this week, hobbled by Democratic attacks and friendly fire from his own side.
Andy Murray, two-time Grand Slam champion, just happened to hire a woman.
Try Gino Bartali, two-time winner of the Tour de France who defied Mussolini and helped the Jews.
The two-time Oscar winner is the villain in the next installment of the Call of Duty video game series.
After the ceremony, TMZ ambushed Patrick Carney, the drummer for two-time Grammy winners the Black Keys.
On Monday night, the two-time gold-medal winner appeared on The Tonight Show with first lady Michelle Obama.
"to deceive, cheat, betray," 1924, perhaps from notion of "to have two at a time." An earlier reference (1922) in a Kentucky criminal case and involves a double-cross or betrayal, without a romance angle. Related: two-timing (adj.); two-timer.
To deceive and betray someone; esp, to betray one's proper sweetheart by consorting with someone else: Two-Timing Boy Wrecks Girl's Dream
[1924+; perhaps fr two at a time; perhaps fr making time with two at once]