Jonah Hill looks totally unrecognisable with blond eyebrows and bushy beard
Jonah Hill has left fans stunned with his latest unrecognisable Instagram offering.
The actor, 36, urged followers to get out and vote in November's US elections, sharing a snap in which his beard was flecked with blond and worlds away that its usual dark colouring.
Jonah's eyebrows, too, appeared much lighter.
Tucking into some food and shooting the camera an intense look, he rocked a bucket hat and T-shirt that showed off his inked arms.
He also posted a close-up snap of a tortoise, writing: "I always feel very vulnerable when I shave my beard. Please vote."
Jonah rocketed to fame with roles in comedy flicks like Superbad, before taking on more serious roles like in War Dogs and Moneyball.Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles
But in recent years Jonah's also been famed for his rollercoaster weight journey.
At his heaviest, he was almost 18 stone, as has been open about how difficult it is for him to maintain a goal weight in the public eye.
2016 and 2017 saw Jonah stun the world as he stepped out following dramatic slim-downs.
For Moneyball, in which he starred alongside Brad Pitt, Jonah dropped 2st 8lbs, telling ABC News: "It was just mostly diet.
"I wish there was some crazy thing that I did, like a pill or a genie or something, but I went to see a nutritionist, and he told me what to eat to change my habits and stuff.
"I found that Japanese food was very helpful to me."
He added: "I went to a nutritionist and I said, 'I'll lose weight, I'll eat healthier and whatever, but figure out how I can drink beer'.
"It's so annoying because if I don't drink beer, I get really really thin. Then when I drink beer, I get a little bigger."
In 2017, the world saw him at his lowest weight when he shed an incredible 3-stone.
He's always been open about his weight, telling Ellen DeGeneres in 2018 that his self-esteem had taken a hit in the past.
He explained: "I became famous in my late teens and then spent most of my young adult life listening to people say that I was fat and gross and unattractive.
"And it's only in the last four years writing and directing my movie, 'Mid90s,' that I've started to understand how much that hurt and got into my head."