publication date: Saturday, January 20, 2018 (part of Winter 2018)

category: Movies

clue: This SNL alum and current game show host has put on bald caps and pinky rings, black-rimmed glasses and false teeth, long black wigs and baseball caps, curly mustaches and bushy long beards, dead-sexy fat suits, behatted cat suits, and more prosthetics to bring his bizarre characters to life.

explanation: Myers has played Dr. Evil, Austin Powers, and Fat Bastard in the Austin Powers films, Wayne Campbell in Saturday Night Live and the Wayne's World films, and the title characters in The Cat in the Hat and The Love Guru. He currently appears wearing more prosthetics as game show host Tommy Maitland in The Gong Show. more…

difficulty: easy

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Samir Mehta, LaVonne Lemler, Chris Lemler, Matthew Preston, Richard Slominsky, and Erik Bates

Hidden Hollywood: Who better to embody the twin masks of comedy and drama than these seven actors, who disappear completely into their most famous roles? Through makeup, prosthetics, and motion capture, these actors are known for creating inhuman characters on the silver screen. You know their work, but you rarely see their faces.

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