A Magia de Hollywood e sua Maquiagem incrível #Hollywood’s Makeup Magic

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup

1. Eli Wallach in I, Don Quixote (1959)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


2. Laurence Olivier in The Moon and Sixpence (1959)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


3. Anthony Quinn in Requiem For a Heavyweight (1962)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


4. Peter Sellers in The World of Harry Orient (1964)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


5. Anthony Quinn in Marco the Magnificent (1965)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


6. Hal Holbrook in Mark Twain Tonight! (1967)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


7. Fred Gwynne in Arsenic and Old Lace (1968)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


8. Dustin Hoffman in Little Big Man (1969)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


9. Marlon Brando in The Godfather (1971)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


10. Linda Blair in The Exorcist (1973)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


11. Dennis Quaid in Everybody’s All American (1988)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


12. Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver (1975)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


13. Walter Matthau in The Sunshine Boys (1975)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


14. David Bowie in The Hunger (1982)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


15. F. Murray Abraham in Amadeus (1983)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup


16. Hal Holbrook in North and South (1985)

16 Actors That Are Almost Unrecognisable Thanks to Magic of Makeup

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