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Pierce Brosnan Looks Unrecognizable in Hawaii Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Actor Pierce Brosnan looked unrecognizable when he was going for a hike in Hawaii amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 66-year-old star, who’s known for his salt and pepper look, had shaved off his beard and was rocking a full head of silver hair. Needless to say, he didn’t look like his regular self.

Just last month, Pierce attended the Prince’s Trust Awards in London with darker hair. The Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again star probably decided to change his look for his new movie, Cinderella, which is set to be released in 2021.

When the Gentleman’s Journal asked the successful actor what he credits his 40-year career to, Pierce said it has everything to do with being nice.

It takes nothing to be kind and to be gracious and polite,” he explained. “Onset or offset. I like people. I’m comfortable in my own skin. I enjoy enormously the job that has gratified me with this lifestyle, and the abundance of good fortune that I’ve had as an actor.”

Pierce also said he uses fashion as a way to make himself feel good. If he dresses for the part, then he’ll always feel like a winner no matter what. “My personal style is simple: clothes that are comfortable. But I like being well turned out,” the two-time Golden Globe nominee explained. “I like facing the day in clothes that make me feel competent, secure. I like to cut a silhouette in the greyness of the day that makes you feel good about yourself.”

“Having been an actor all my life, it’s almost like dress-up or costume. You dress up for the occasion,” he continued. Even with his new silver locks, Pierce is still a classy guy.

Scroll below to see pictures of him in Hawaii!

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