George Clooney's Changing Looks
See how the movie star's looks have changed throughout his long career.
"I was pretty happening because I had good TV hair," Clooney has said of his early success on shows such as The Facts of Life.
He grew his hair long for short-lived police drama Sunset Beat. "Just call me a hair actor and proud of it," the actor has joked.
Hairstylist Waldo Sanchez gave the ER actor the Caesar cut that makes him a trendsetter. "Men hadn't looked this well groomed since the forties," Sanchez has said of the look.
Do blondes have more fun? Not in Clooney's case-his peroxide locks were the result of a lost bet.
His flirtation with facial hair required extra shaving acumen. "I have no hair products and no great grooming habits," Clooney has said. "But I have an old-fashioned shaving brush, and you can get a really good foam going with the soap."
Clooney channeled Cary Grant with slicked-back hair and a classic tux.
Clooney grew a salt-and-pepper beard.
Classic Clooney-for the Emmy Awards, he went with close-cropped hair and a clean-shaven face.
Clooney grinned at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Things get hairy for the actor, who sported a beard on the Oscars red carpet.
The actor ditches his full-on beard for a clean-shaven look.
When accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award at this year's Golden Globes, Clooney mentioned his wife Amal, saying, "Amal, whatever alchemy it is that brought us together, I couldn't be more proud to be your husband." Swoon!
A fresh-faced Clooney stepped out looking sharp and put-together while attending the Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin.
The Hollywood heartthrob (and bona fide silver fox) flashed his signature smile at an event in London.