Actor Tom Hiddleston attends the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival After Party For High-Rise Sponsored By EFFEN Vodka at The Top of The Standard at The Standard, High Line on April 20, 2016 in New York City.
Photo: Monica Schipper/Getty Images for 2016 Tribeca Festival
Photo: Monica Schipper/Getty Images for 2016 Tribeca Festival

Tom Hiddleston wins award, gets ribbing from co-stars

You know you've made it when you win an award, right?

Or is it when you start dating Taylor Swift? 

Or when your co-stars crash your awards acceptance speech?

No matter. 

Whatever way, Tom Hiddleston has become a big name in entertainment and it was cemented over the weekend when he won a TV Choice Award for Best Actor

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The British award show gave him the star award for his role as Jonathon Pine in the BBC miniseries "The Night Manager."

The miniseries co-starred Hugh Laurie and aired in the U.S. on AMC.

Hiddleston wasn't able to make it to London for the ceremony, but the actor, who may be better known as Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was able to accept his award from the Australian set of "Thor: Ragnarok."

But he wasn't alone. He was joined by co-stars Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, and Idris Elba, who plays Heimdall.

Watch the video below:

Hemsworth jokingly mentioned his big break, an Australian soap opera "Home and Away," while Elba wondered why his own show "Luther" didn't garner a nomination, Mashable reported.

As the team has been filming the latest installment of the Thor saga, Hiddleston and Hemsworth have visited sick children in Australian hospitals, dressed as their alter egos, as well as posting other exploits on social media. 

Now & Then. @chrishemsworth #thorragnarok #thor #loki

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"Thor: Ragnarok" is scheduled to hit theaters next November.

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