Hollywood is full to the brim with absolute heartthrobs, and it's certainly safe to say that Chris Hemsworth is up in the "Godly Tier" of these Hollywood hunks. Since playing the God of Thunder in 2011's Thor, Hemsworth has become a household name.

But now it seems the actor is keen on giving back to the community. Keep scrolling to learn more about his generous act and how you could win a workout with Thor himself.

Chris Hemsworth began his career by appearing in small television shows.

Some of these shows included the likes of fantasy TV series, Guinevere Jones, and popular soap opera series, Home and Away, in 2004.

Starring in Star Trek began the fantasy trend...

Chris appeared as James T. Kirk's father, George Kirk, in the opening scenes of J.J Abram's Star Trek.

But he is known best for his role as the God of Thunder...

Since playing the character of Thor in the movie that was released in 2011, Chris instantly became the official heartthrob of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

He certainly fitted the role as the God...

He is unbelievably fit.

Chris became a Marvel sensation.

After the release of Thor in 2011, Chris went on to star in 2 more Thor movies: The Dark World (2013) and Ragnarok (2017). He has also appeared in all 3 of the Avengers movies as the God of Thunder.

Chris certainly made a name for himself from playing Thor.

Playing the character of Thor truly developed his acting career.

Chris then went on to appear in further roles...

Appearing in horror movie, The Cabin In The Woods, in 2012 allowed Chris to take a step away from the superhero role and step into something completely different.

He also starred alongside Kristen Stewart...

Playing the huntsman in Snow White and The Huntsman helped Chris show off his acting skills in a completely different light.

Acting wasn't always on the cards for Chris, however...

Soccer was a huge hobby of Chris' when he was growing up. Despite getting well into soccer, a shoulder injury prevented Chris from pursuing a career in the popular sport.

According to Chris, if it wasn't acting, he would have be writing or directing.

It's safe to say that we're all pretty relieved that he made the decision to grace our screens in the past few years.

But what about his personal life?

Despite being super busy over the years, Chris has made time for his private and personal life.

How did Chris meet his wife?

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Chris was introduced to Spanish actress and producer, Elsa Pataky, in early 2010 by talent agent, William Ward. A mere 3 months later, the couple were newly-weds.

They're obviously doing something right!

They look like they're going strong and are as loved up as ever.

The couple have since had 3 children.

Their first daughter, India Rose, was born in 2012 and their twin sons, Sasha and Tristan, followed in 2014.

"Having children has taken the edge off the wild world of celebrity," Chris said...

According to People, Chris spoke to Elle in 2015, describing having children as something that has: "certainly [kept] my feet planted on the ground - I've been able to bypass a whole lot of garbage and traps that I could have fallen into"

Could he be any more perfect?

We think not.

Which brings us onto the star's latest act of kindness...

The star is raising money for a community hugely in need right now.

We're all familiar with the bushfires that are currently still raging in Australia...

And it seems the Aussie actor and his wife want to do their bit to help.

The actor is auctioning off an hour workout session with himself and his wife...

The auction aims to raise money for firefighters that are currently battling the relentless bushfires.

Hemsworth's workout session is part of a huge project...

The Make It Rain Fire Appeal Festival is set to feature musical performances from the likes of legendary Australian artists like Wolfmother and Bernard Fanning.
The event invite says: "A handful of your favorite Australian artists are inviting you to join them for two nights of entertainment in the heart of picturesque Byron Bay, this January, to raise money for the NSW RFS Northern Rivers and Far North Coast Brigades."

There will be other things to bid on too...

Including an "original etching from award-winning artist Ben Quilty, a tennis lesson or game for three with Pat Rafter, a songwriting session with ARIA Award winner Bernard Fanning and a surfing session with Joel Parkinson and Mick Fanning."

We're sure you're dying to know how to get involved...

The music festival, where the bidding on working out with Thor himself will take place, is set to kick off early next year. Those who are able to get to the Byron Bay area can buy tickets now. For more on why causes like this are so important, keep scrolling to get all the latest details on the bushfires, including the horrific impact on the wildlife