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By Kelvin Owens

Hugh Jackman has won a Golden Globe, an Emmy, a Grammy and two Tonys,  and now he can also lay claim to be the holder of a Guinness World Record.

While appearing on British morning show "This Morning", the 50-year-old Aussie received a huge surprise when he was presented with a certificate by Craig Glenday, editor-in-chief of Guinness World Records, declaring him to hold the record for having the longest run playing a live-action Marvel superhero.

Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart, who portrayed Wolverine and Professor X respectively, have been with Fox’s X-Men franchise since the beginning. The two actors both retired from their iconic X-Men roles on a high note in 2017’s Logan. Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart played the Marvel characters for 16 years and 228 days and the two just received a Guinness World Record for it. Hugh Jackman appeared in nine X-Menfilms during his tenure while Patrick Stewart appeared in seven.

Welcome to the family, @RealHughJackman. Congratulations on your record-breaking @Marvelcareer as Wolverine. pic.twitter.com/p59RjWxQT1
— GuinnessWorldRecords (@GWR) February 20, 2019

Congrats guys!