Millionaire Hollywood actor keeps a low profile as he cycles past a North London Poundland on a folding bike… but can you guess who it is?
He has endeared himself to millions – and made millions – thanks to starring roles in an extensive roster of big screen comedies.
But this Hollywood star was oblivious to pedestrians as he cycled down a North London street on Saturday.
The American A-list actor, 54, whizzed past a Poundland store on a folding Brompton bicycle.
Rocking a laid-back look in gray sweatpants and a green jacket, he opted for a turtleneck despite the sunny Easter weekend weather.
The father-of-three also carried a cartoon owl backpack to carry his essentials on his bike ride.
He wore a navy blue cap over his trademark blonde locks as he successfully navigated London’s busy traffic.
But who was it?
Out and about: Actor Owen Wilson looked casual on a folding Brompton bike in North London on Saturday
Zooming in: The Marley And Me star, 54, cycled past a Poundland while carrying an owl-print backpack
Well, it was none other than Owen Wilson.
The actor plays Bob Ross in the upcoming comedy movie Paint, and he looked almost unrecognizable as he rocked an artist-inspired perm.
Wilson, who normally has a blonde shaggy cut, channeled the iconic painter wearing a blonde permed wig and carrying an easel in the first stills of the movie, which was released on April 7.
The background of the poster features evergreen trees at the base of a snow-capped mountain, honoring Ross’ famous oil paintings of Alaskan landscapes.
Paint sees Wilson playing painter Carl Nargle who lives in Vermont and has a knack for bringing people together. But when Nargle meets a younger and more charismatic performer, his dark side emerges.
The film’s tagline is “Go to a special place,” a take on Ross’s famous catchphrase, “There are no mistakes, only happy accidents.”
Paint also stars Michaela Watkins, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Lusia Strus, Ciara Renee, Lucy Freyer and Stephen Root.
Bob Ross died in 1995 at the age of 52 after a battle with lymphoma.
Casual: Owen donned gray sweatpants and a jacket, as well as a turtleneck, despite the Easter sun
Good progress: Owen managed to navigate heavy London traffic on Saturday
Paint it: Owen Wilson rocked a Bob Ross-inspired perm on the first poster for the upcoming comedy Paint