Jason Segel dons a nasty beard after dropping food off his girlfriend Alexis Mixter while isolating from each other
He starred in, created, wrote, and directed the first season of AMC’s Dispatches From Elsewhere, which aired the season one finale last season.
But Jason Segel seemed to be killing time over the weekend in Los Angeles after dropping food off with his girlfriend Alexis Mixter, as they isolate three hours from each other during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 40-year-old actor rocked a different look while wearing a scruffy and long beard.
Busy: Jason Segel seemed to be killing time in Los Angeles over the weekend doing some shopping as the city locks up amid the coronavirus pandemic and Hollywood is on hold
The How I Met Your Mother actor wore an athletic look in black New Balance sneakers, dark active wear shorts and a plain gray T-shirt.
As much of the country locks up during the coronavirus pandemic, Jason wore a gray face mask that he adjusted as he left his car.
Los Angeles is closed until May 15 and now requires facial coverings in public.
He isolated himself from his girlfriend for almost six years, but made sure to feed her during the pandemic.
Creator on the move: His outing comes less than a week after his show, Dispatches from Elsewhere, in which he stars alongside Sally Fields and Andre 3000, airs the season one finale
Cleanup Time: After his road trip, Jasson had his car cleaned at a drive-in car wash
His outing comes less than a week after his show, in which he starred alongside Sally Fields and Andre 3000, and the season one finale aired.
The show, which premiered in March, marks Jason’s return to TV in a regular role since How I Met Your Mother ended in 2014.
Dispatches From Elsewhere is heralded as an anthology drama series, in the first season it followed ‘a group of ordinary people who stumble upon a puzzle hidden behind the veil of everyday life’, said Deadline.
Hit: Dispatches From Elsewhere is heralded as an anthology drama series, in the first season it followed ‘a group of ordinary people who come across a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life’, according to Deadline he hopes for a second season
Speaking of the show finale, Jason said Entertainment weekly “I feel really excited and a little bit scared in a way that tells me I’m doing the kind of things that I enjoy doing.”
He continued, “The show is based more or less on this idea that we all look more alike than we are told to believe, and that if we just open up to each other it gets a sense of community. ‘
Although the second season is yet to be announced, the finale left the story open and may have ended to continue, Jason said, “I have a plan. A thematic plan for the series as a whole and for what each theoretical season could look like. I think everyone decides if we are going to do a second. ‘