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Larry David Unrecognizable in First Look at HBO's Film 'Clear History'

May 18, 2013 (6:11 am) GMT
Sporting long grey hair and beard, David who plays a hipster marketing executive is featured standing next to Jon Hamm, who stars as his boss in the star-studded TV movie.
Larry David Unrecognizable in First Look at HBO's Film 'Clear History'

gets a major makeover for his role in HBO's new film "". The "" star looks unrecognizable with long grey hair and thick beard while wearing a Hawaiian shirt in a first-look photo obtained by Entertainment Weekly.

The 65-year-old actor is featured shaking hands with in the picture. Meanwhile, in a short snippet for the TV movie, he is seen singing to an upbeat song while driving his car on the road.

In the comedy film directed by Greg Mottola, David stars as Nathan, "a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss, only to miss out on billions when the company's new product-an electric car-becomes a smashing success." Mottola says, "It ruins his life," and reveals the film picks up ten years after "a humiliated Nathan changes his name and goes incognito."

Hamm portrays Nathan's boss, with , , , , and more supporting the movie, which is capturing a lot of spontaneity." The story is loosely based on the tribulations of an Apple employee mentioned in Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs book.



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