Tim Allen seemed to have gotten in the Christmas mood and this was evident in his recent media update where he let fans know he grew his beard, and it looks just like Santa's.
While many are getting prepared for the Christmas feeling to set in, it is safe to say that Hollywood star, Tim Allen seems to be ready. He confirmed this in his recent Twitter update as he channeled a Santa Claus' look.
In the photo, Allen looked to be at home. He showed off his new look while also letting fans know that his stubble grew more. The selfie showed him looking radiant as he presented a smile.
Allen rocked a dark-blue checked shirt while he combed his ginger hair in a side-swept style. His big beard was styled like Santa's in honor of the Christmas hero. Allen shared with fans:
"Woke up this morning and noticed a bit more stubble. This always happens to me as I transition to you know who, this Christmas."
Many fans did not hold back on the floods of Christmas memories, which Allen created with the "Santa Claus" character from 1994 to 2006.
While some chimed in their excitement that Santa was back, others made it known that he helped create cherished memories. Allen's real-life beard might not be pure white, but that of his movie character, Scott Calvin, was a bushy white mane.
In the "Santa Clause" movie and its sequel, Calvin doubled as the widely loved Santa Clause. Although there are presently no hints of another Santa Clause classic, 40 Christmas themed movies would be released for the festive period.
Allen, 67, started thriving at stand-up comedy before transitioning into Hollywood.
The star actor's 1994 movie was a blockbuster centered on a businessman who mistakenly knocked off the real Santa. Before long, he started morphing into the Christmas personality with a bulging stomach, white hair, and a white beard.
All his effort to stop the new development proved futile, and he soon visited the North Pole. At the North Pole, the elves informed him that he was the new Santa Clause, and thus his Christmas journey began.
Tim Allen got more acclaimed after popularizing the Santa Claus film and its sequels. However, his fame started in the 1980s after he overcame a troubled teenage life. Allen, 67, started thriving at stand-up comedy before transitioning into Hollywood.
November 09, 2020