Jamie Lee Curtis looks cheerful as she paints a smiley face on a nearby signpost

Jamie Lee Curtis looks cheerful as she paints a smiley face on a nearby signpost

Jamie Lee Curtis put on a happy face in Brentwood on Saturday.

The 62-year-old Halloween actress beautified her neighborhood with some DIY work, painting a yellow smiley face on the back of a traffic mirror.

Curtis looked pleased with her progress and leaned back to stare at the board, brush in hand.

Smile!  Jamie Lee Curtis painted a smiley face on the back of a traffic mirror in LA's Brentwood neighborhood on Saturday

Smile! Jamie Lee Curtis painted a smiley face on the back of a traffic mirror in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood on Saturday

Jamie was dressed for comfort, dressed all in black and carrying a small can of yellow paint.

She had cut her silver locks short and went makeup-free behind a black mask. A silver chain added a touch of shine to the sporty look.

The Knives Out star peered at the mirror behind square black glasses before deciding to give the rim a few touch-ups.

Curtis’ arts and crafts day comes after she talked about her eclectic career with Variety.

Face it!  The Halloween actress, 62, embellished her neighborhood with a little DIY craft

Face it!  The Halloween actress, 62, embellished her neighborhood with a little DIY craft

Face it! The Halloween actress, 62, embellished her neighborhood with a little DIY craft

Casual: Jamie was dressed for comfort, dressed all in black while carrying a small can of yellow paint

Casual: Jamie was dressed for comfort, dressed all in black while carrying a small can of yellow paint

Casual: Jamie was dressed for comfort, dressed all in black while carrying a small can of yellow paint

‘I am an actor. I write books for children. I make websites and podcasts,” she said.

“I sold yogurt that makes you poop. I’ve done Hertz commercials with OJ Simpson.

“I’ve been able to do so much and I’m very lucky to be able to do what I do, in whatever form it takes.”

The star’s career is about to come full circle with the release of Halloween Kills this fall, nearly 43 years after her breakthrough role in John Carpenter’s original Halloween.

The star's career is about to come full circle with the release of Halloween Kills this fall, nearly 43 years after her breakthrough role in John Carpenter's original Halloween

The star's career is about to come full circle with the release of Halloween Kills this fall, nearly 43 years after her breakthrough role in John Carpenter's original Halloween

The star’s career is about to come full circle with the release of Halloween Kills this fall, nearly 43 years after her breakthrough role in John Carpenter’s original Halloween

Killing it: Speaking of Halloween’s lasting appeal, she told Variety, “There’s something that John Carpenter and [co-writer] Debra Hill packed with pure evil and pure good’

Speaking of Halloween’s lasting appeal, she told Variety, “There’s something that John Carpenter and… [co-writer] Debra Hill contains pure evil and pure good.

“They used a figure of speech that has been incorporated into opera, theater, books and movies since the dawn of people using words.

“The idea of ​​evil and good… That theme never dies. It’s an ongoing theme that we all struggle with every day in every aspect of our lives.”

Halloween Kills will be released in the US on October 15.

Horror Show: Halloween Kills Releases October 15 In The U.S.

Horror Show: Halloween Kills Releases October 15 In The U.S.

Horror Show: Halloween Kills Releases October 15 In The U.S.

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