Chris Hemsworth is staying humble.
Even though the Thor actor has clearly reached A-list status, he recently went back to his not so glamorous roots on the Australia soap opera Home and Away, where he got his first big acting break. Chris's returning role? "Guy eating a burger" at the diner where the soap's characters are eating!
Chris gamely agreed to the role after coming back home to Australia and visiting his soap opera pals. The 31-year-old Avengers: Age of Ultron star played the character Kim Hyde from 2004 to 2007, the son of the principal of the soap's Summer Bay High.
Last November, Chris proudly credited the show for helping to prepare him for Hollywood success.
"I thank my upbringing here in Australia and working on Home and Away and the people I met there and those lessons I learnt," he told Australia's Today show. "I really took all that work ethic and that experience over there [Hollywood] and I think that's what pays off."
Home and Away actress Jessica Grace Smith Instagrammed a picture with the Australian hunk, joking, "Just another tough day at work..."
Check out ET's charming first interview with Chris on the set of 2011's Thor in the video below!