Tom Hanks is no stranger to taking up wildly diverse roles, and the gruff, tough-guy exterior Clint Eastwood brings to his characters is no exception. During a 2016 appearance on The Graham Norton Show, the former Sheriff Woody channeled his inner Dirty Harry for a short, sweet, spot-on impression. What\u2019s unique about this impression is just how much Hanks does in a little way. It\u2019s one thing to quote a character, even recite lines with all the right pauses and gestures. But every good actor puts thought into the little gestures and facial expressions, and that\u2019s exactly what Hanks manages. Tom Hanks channels Clint Eastwood on \u2018The Graham Norton Show\u2019 Even for veteran actor Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood can leave an impression \/ Wikimedia Commons Throughout their careers, Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks sometimes inhabited wildly different characters. Both ultimately boast of a versatility others can only hope for, even if they do sometimes have a type. Eastwood often leans into the rugged aura that doesn\u2019t always want to follow the roles and has no problem sharing his disapproval. RELATED: WATCH: Tim Allen And Tom Hanks React To Their \u2018Toy Story\u2019 Action Figures So, when host Graham Norton spoke with Hanks, he noted the interesting dynamics that must be at play for and between the actors. For any director, working with the Tom Hanks must be quite intimidating, Norton asserts. To this, Hanks simply mused, \u201cGee, I wish.\u201d However, switch things around and add Eastwood, and things might just change. Eastwood could rather famously say a lot - usually disapproval - with just a look. Jury\u2019s out on impression quality An early Clint Eastwood stare in Bronco Billy \/ Warner Bros. via Decider Hanks, for all his industry experience, vehemently asserts that an Eastwood glare is the last thing anyone wants to receive. He emphasizes the point by demonstrating it for Norton and the audience. However, despite approval from onlookers, Hanks writes it off, which means it might just be a watered-down version of the real thing. That doesn\u2019t stop Hanks from having fun with the famous expression, though. He then launches into scenarios that might provoke a famous Eastwood grimace and mimes that very look. The responses are a humorous juxtaposition to the impression he gives, one that might make him a contender for any future Clint Eastwood biopic should the original not take the role.