Every once in a while, a role demands a little something extra from an actor — like shaving off all their hair. Most of the time, there's a talented star willing to rise to the challenge. In case you needed any inspiration to go for a close-crop or shorter this summer, we've rounded up 40 stars who grabbed the clippers to get into character. Yes, Christian Bale is supporting a very bad head of hair here. But for his role in American Hustle , the actor decided to shave his head so the makeup department could add a bad toupee every day of filming.
21 celebrities who have shaved their heads for roles
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Many people have been attempting to trim their own hair while in quarantine resulting in some hilarious results. Tallulah Willis , 26, the youngest daughter of Willis, 65, and his ex-wife, Demi Moore, 57, shared a video of her dad carefully giving her a buzz cut. Tallulah, a designer and model, is no stranger to gorgeously edgy hairstyles. Up until recently, she was rocking an electric blue look. She also sported a similar buzz cut back in , and now seems like a great time to return to the chic and ultra low-maintenance look. Tallulah, Rumer, and their sister Scout, 28, have been spending lots of quality time with their parents during the lockdown.
40 Celebrities Who've Shaved Their Heads for Roles
Celebrities are no strangers to undergoing radical transformations for certain roles, including shaving their heads and losing most, if not all, of their hair. Whether they're playing an astronaut, a criminal, or a cancer patient, stars like Joseph Gordon-Levitt , Tom Cruise, and Angelina Jolie have all shaved their heads for a role. While most celebrities tend to let their hair grow back out after filming, some have continued to keep a short cut even after the project has wrapped.
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