David Harbour is barely recognisable with a shaven head as he films We Have A Ghost
David Harbour is barely recognisable as he shaves his head and ditches his trademark beard for We Have A Ghost filming in New Orleans
David Harbour looked unrecognisable as he stepped out in New Orleans on Tuesday after filming scenes for the Netflix film, We Have A Ghost.
The actor, 46, sported a shaved head and had ditched his trademark facial hair for his latest project.
Appearing to be in high spirits, he grinned from ear-to-ear before filling up his retro black saloon car with petrol.
Emerging: David Harbour looked unrecognisable as he stepped out in New Orleans on Tuesday after filming scenes for the Netflix film, We Have A Ghost
In the upcoming picture, a man named Kevin discovers his house is being haunted by a ghost named Ernest, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Kevin becomes an internet sensation, but is targeted by the CIA after he and Ernest ‘go rogue’ to learn more about the ghost’s past.
The movie also stars Anthony Mackie, Jennifer Coolidge and Tig Notaro.
Transformation: The Stranger Things star’s new look is certainly a far cry from his usual get-up
Wow! The actor, 46, sported a dramatic new look while keeping things casual in a teal polo shirt, black trousers and coordinating trainers
Whip: Appearing to be in high spirits, he filled up his retro black saloon car with petrol
Outside of his acting career, last month David celebrated one year of marriage with singer Lily Allen.
The couple tied the knot in Las Vegas at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in a ceremony officiated by an Elvis Presley impersonator.
The Hellboy star told People last year that life with Lily and her daughters has made him feel ‘like more of a man’.
He said: ‘I married a beautiful, incredible woman who I love. I have never met someone who is so deeply kind as her. I’ve never felt so taken care of and cared for by another human being. She really is just a kind individual and I love that about her.’
He went on to admit that becoming a family man has changed his views on fatherhood, making him feel ‘every cliché from every sitcom you’ve ever heard’.
He said: ‘It’s a cliché that we make fun of constantly in television and in books and I had always watched it with a grain of salt going, “Eh, whatever, it’s not the real deal.” And now I am in it. That sort of hits it on the head.’
Soulmates: Outside of his acting career, last month David celebrated one year of marriage with singer Lily Allen