Kevin Bacon dons elaborate costume to experience life as a civilian

Kevin Bacon recently experienced life as a non-celebrity, putting on an elaborate disguise to see what life would be like if he wasn’t known to the public. In an interview with Vanity Fairthe Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F “This is bad,” the actor said he quickly concluded.

Bacon, who is currently starring in director Ti West’s horror film Maxineexplain to In F“I’m not complaining, but my face is easily recognizable. Wearing my hat and glasses only helps to a point.”

“I went to a special effects makeup artist, had a consultation, and asked him to make me a prosthetic costume,” Bacon said.

for every In FHe wore false teeth, a slightly different nose and glasses. When he tested the look at The Grove, an outdoor shopping mall in Los Angeles, Bacon said, “Nobody recognized me.” But the tide quickly turned. “People were kind of pushing me around, and they weren’t nice. Nobody said, ‘I love you.’ I had to wait in line to get, I don’t know, coffee or anything. I was like, ‘This sucks. I want to get back to fame,’” he said. In F.

The actor who worked steadily since the late 1970s and became a major star with the 1984 films Free movementas he also said In F“I feel so grateful for where I am right now. I can do two completely different films within two days of each other, playing completely different roles. The fact that I have both is something I feel so grateful for. I have fought so hard for it.”

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