Russell Crowe stuns fans with drastic transformation in recent bizarre video

Cheryl Kahla
Aug 30, 2018
11:59 A.M.
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Actor and producer Russel Crowe stunned fans with a recent Twitter post that showed his incredible transformation. 

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He captioned the tweet: "The Actor resets #1. The correct use of Jazz hands." It received more than 8,000 likes in under a day. 

In the short clip, Crowe can be seen walking into the frame, sporting long hair, a bushy beard, and a serious expression. Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa.     

Was a slight of the wrist, which he refers to as "jazz hands," he transforms into a clean cut and shaven version of himself. The video can be seen below. 

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The transformation follows just five months after Crowe and his wife of 5 years, Danielle Spencer, went their separate ways. 

Soon after the paperwork was finalized, Crowe celebrated by selling a large chunk of his memorabilia collection, including an 1890 Leandro Bisiach violin. 

The violin was used in his 2003 film "Master and Commander" and carries a valuation of between nearly $140,000. 

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He sold collectors items to the value of $3.7 million and got rid off more than 220 items through Sotheby Australia. 

Fans of the 54-year-old celebrity can look forward to his upcoming projects. His film "Boy Erased" is currently in post-production and will be released later this year. 

He is also filming "The True History of the Kelly Gang" at the moment and will be seen in the role of Harry Power.

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The film is based on a novel by Peter Carey and follows the story of Ned Kelly, a bushranger from Australia who fled from authorities in the late 1800's. 

Television series "The Loudest Voice in the Room" is still in pre-production with a released date scheduled for 2019. Crowe was cast as Roger Ailes. 

He has also lent his voice as narrator the documentary titled "Turtle Oddessy." Filming is underway, and the project should be completed later this year. 

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