Depp: I wear disguises to go out
Published 03/12/2013 | 09:57
Johnny Depp has revealed that he has resorted to some bizarre disguises, so he can avoid being recognised in public.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean star admitted he would even wear false noses and facial hair in an attempt to blend into obscurity.
"I've worn ridiculous things to be able to go out in public. I'll glue on a fake nose and a ZZ Top beard," he said.
"I'll wear a bandana over my head and I'll look like a weathered roadie!" he added.
Johnny, who played Native American warrior Tonto in Disney's The Lone Ranger, also revealed he doesn't watch his screen performances.
"A long time ago, I made a choice that I was better off not watching my films, which is a drag because I miss out on a lot of my friends' incredible work. But I feel like it would harm me," he admitted.
"I'd rather stay as ignorant as possible about the results of playing a character, because once you've finished playing the character; it's really none of your business any more."
He added: "After you've finished, it's down to the director to make any choices about what happens on screen. My job is to give options to the director - and that's it."
:: The Lone Ranger out now on Disney Blu-ray and DVD.