Is his hairdresser on holiday? Mickey Rourke, 64, shows off an interesting look as the silver fox heads to lunch in Beverly Hills
Mickey Rourke has been wearing some unusual hairstyles for the past few years.
And on Thursday the 64-year-old actor seemed to have a day off from his stylist as he stepped out in Beverly Hills for lunch.
With the wind in his face, the 9 1/2 Weeks star seemed to have a bad case of silver fox bed head.
Caught in his web! Mickey Rourke showed off an unusual hair style while fetching lunch in Beverly Hills Thursday
He swept his silver tresses back haphazardly while accessorizing with a long silver chain and black-out aviators.
The Diner star also donning green sweatpants with spiderweb embroidery on the knees beneath a grey hoodie and white tank.
The Academy Award nominee rounded out his outfit with on-trend Adidas on his feet.
Tank you! The star paired his embroidered pants with a grey hoodie worn over a white tank
Silver surfer! He swept his silver tresses back haphazardly while accessorizing with a long silver chain and black-out aviators
The spidery sweats seem to be a favorite of the star, who was also seen wearing the same pair while arriving at LAX last Friday.
The boxer-turned actor was in the German city to shoot his latest project, an anthology of shorts called Berlin, I Love You.
The film follows in the footsteps of other city homages centered in New York, Paris, Rio Di Janiero and interestingly Tblisi, Georgia.
After Berlin the films will explore Shanghai, Jerusalem and Venice, before heading to Delhi, Marseille, and New Orleans.
A favorite! The spidery sweats seem to be a favorite of the star, who was also seen wearing the same pair while arriving at LAX last Friday
Love is everywhere! The boxer-turned actor was just in Germany to shoot his latest project, an anthology of shorts called Berlin, I Love You
Once famed for his pretty boy looks, Mickey left Hollywood to pursue a career in pro boxing in the Nineties.
Despite racking up a respectable six wins, two draws and no losses, the star was accused of fighting unsuitable opponents and never made it to a significantly high level.
Nonetheless, the ring wars took their toll on his appearance and he required plastic surgery to repair the damage which dramatically altered his appearance.
Hard hitting! Once famed for his pretty boy looks, Mickey left Hollywood to pursue a career in pro boxing in the Nineties
Fighting chance! Despite racking up a respectable amount of wins, the ring wars took their toll on his appearance and he required plastic surgery to repair the damage but dramatically altered his appearance. Above Mickey is seen in Los Angeles July 15
'I had my nose broken twice. I had five operations on my nose and one on a smashed cheekbone, said Rourke.
The actor admitted the operations didn't go as planned.
'Most of it was to mend the mess of my face because of the boxing, but I went to the wrong guy to put my face back together.'
He returned to the ring and won an exhibition fight by knockout in 2014, however his opponent later claimed he had been paid to throw the fight.
Face it! The actor (above in 2016) admitted his operations didn't go as planned saying, 'I went to the wrong guy to put my face back together'
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