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Ewan McGregor Refuses To Wear One Thing In His Movies & TV Shows

Ewan McGregor experienced repeated instances of bad hair days, facial and otherwise, when it came to playing Obi-Wan Kenobi, who was apparently a galaxy far, far away from a decent barber. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor was quick to highlight the hair issues he had when taking on the career-changing role of the legendary Jedi knight. One standout point for the actor during his time shooting the prequel trilogy was Obi-Wan’s beard looking so strange in the “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones” Kamino scene, given that it was a fake one. Prior to that, though, his time on “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” had some mishaps too.

Upon returning for reshoots, after he had already altered his hair, McGregor had to wear a short-hair wig to maintain on-screen continuity. “If you’ve got a wig and it’s long hair, you can disguise the fact that it’s a wig, but when it’s a short hair wig, it’s a nightmare.” It was an issue that haunted the Jedi-in-the-making even after completion, much to his surprise. “Some bright spark decided to put me on a poster in the wig. They picked an image of me from the reshoots, and I saw myself in this huge poster in the wig, and I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me? You couldn’t find an image of me from the real shoot?'” Having the high ground is always important, but as the young star learned, having a good trim is essential.

If you’re a fan of the star (fake hair or not), be sure to check out our story on every Ewan McGregor movie, ranked from worst to best.

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