Jack Nicholson Looks Unrecognizable in First Public Appearance Since 2021

In California, Jack Nicholson made a public appearance on his balcony that caught people's attention.

The iconic Hollywood actor, who had not been seen by fans in a year and a half, was spotted wearing a casual orange t-shirt and black sweatpants while leaning on the balcony railing. He seemed to be taking in the scenery of the Franklin Canyon Reservoir, enjoying the fresh air. It was a rare sighting of the "Shining" star in public.

With his gray hair in disarray and a beard on display, the 85-year-old was captured in a photo rubbing one eye and stepping out through a sizable glass patio door.

During an NBA Los Angeles Lakers game, Nicholson was last spotted in October 2021 sitting courtside with his doppelganger son, Ray.

Nicholson's famous roles in movies like "The Shining," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," and "The Bucket List" are some of the reasons why fans may recognize him. He's been nominated for 12 Academy Awards and has won three times for his performances in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Terms of Endearment," and "As Good as It Gets."

Shelley Duvall, Nicholson's co-star in "The Shining," expressed her admiration for his remarkable performance in one of the most iconic movies in film history back in February.

Having two children, Lorraine and Ray, with actress Rebecca Broussard, Nicholson also became a father to his youngest daughter, Tessa Gourin, in 1994.

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