Daniel Day-Lewis, 66, turned heads on Tuesday night time, when he confirmed off a shaved head on the premiere of the movie, She Got here to Me. The proficient actor attended the New York Metropolis occasion along with his spouse, Rebecca, 61, and son Ronan, 25, and posed for images whereas displaying off his his new look. He wore a black button-down shirt over a grey overshirt, darkish blue denims with a belt, and black boots, whereas his beautiful partner wore a silky black tank prime with matching glittery pants and pointy-toed boots.

Ronan additionally seemed good-looking in a white T-shirt with blue denims and a brown belt. The household put their arms round one another whereas on the carpet of the occasion and flashed their greatest smiles.

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Daniel along with his spouse and son on the premiere. (Dave Allocca/StarPix/Shutterstock)

Daniel and Rebecca have been married since 1996. Along with Ronan, they share son Cashel, 21, and Daniel has son Gabriel-Kane, 28, whom he shares with French actress Isabelle Adjani. The latter has adopted in his mother and father’ footsteps and turn into an actor, whereas Ronan has turn into an artist and filmmaker.

Daniel’s newest public look along with his household comes after he was final seen in Might and June, when he had for much longer hair right down to his shoulders. He was photographed strolling the streets of NYC whereas utilizing crutches, and had a baseball cap over his head. Earlier than the outing, he hadn’t been publicly photographed since 4 years prior.

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Daniel earlier than he shaved his head. (Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock)

Daniel is thought for taking breaks from performing and attempting new issues through the years. From 1997 till 2000, he pursued shoe cobbling and he took one other break in 2012, shortly after the discharge of his movie, Lincoln. In 2017, he spoke about his retirement to W magazine after the discharge of his movie Phantom Thread. “In my life, I’ve mouthed off about how I ought to cease performing, and I don’t know why it was completely different this time,” he mentioned. “However the impulse to give up took root in me, and that grew to become a compulsion.”

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