When you're in as many classic, eternally beloved movies as Tom Hanks, you get used to seeing yourself on TV. So when Jimmy Kimmel showed him a Jeopardy! clip involving Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers, Hanks was not surprised. What did surprise him, however, was when Jeopardy! contestant Beverly could not identify Hanks as the actor starring in the latest Hanks movie. The 63-year-old actor sat down on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he got to see contestants show off their movie trivia knowledge. In this case, though, the answer to that particular question eluded the contestant. Hanks watched as a clip of him played for Beverly to guess the actor. He witnessed his latest performance be met with no recognition. Tom Hanks took it in stride, though appeared stunned and feigned indignation. A Jeopardy! question about Tom Hanks never got an answer Beverly selected the "Biopics" category. Alex Trebek showed the contestants a clip of Tom Hanks in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. That job done, Trebek then asked, "In A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, beloved children\u2019s TV show host Mr. Rogers is played by this beloved actor..." RELATED: \u2018A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood\u2019 Survey Says Nobody but Beverly buzzed in. But when she did buzz in, she had no answer. Alex Trebek allowed a moment to pass with no answer before moving on. "The film opens Friday. That\u2019s Tom Hanks. Not quickly enough, Beverly," Trebek told her. The Jeopardy! host, already met with renewed attention because of his cancer battle, continued on after that shocking hiccup. Some concerns were eased, while others were raised Hanks, after seeing the clip, was quick to get in some witty comments about the incident. "They didn\u2019t even have any wrong suggestions? Bing, Woody Harrelson? Bing, Mahershala Ali?\u201d he joked. He added, "What was the name of the category? Washed up career choices for 800? Bad casting for 1000, Alex?\u201d Kimmel offered some support that is consistent with speculation about why Hanks' career is just too good for more awards. "I look at it as you inhabited that character so beautifully," Kimmel explained, "that even they were absorbed instantaneously." Hanks accepted that explanation, adding, "I think actually they were blinded by the red sweater. They couldn\u2019t make anything out." He did, however, have more feedback from the clip. "I disliked that when it got announced it was characterized as . It\u2019s really not," Hanks previously said of the flick. "It\u2019s a movie that\u2019s largely focused on a reporter and relationship to his life, and how whole world changes when coming in contact with Fred Rogers." Click To Play Daily Trivia In The New DYR Arcade!