Jim Carrey is growing a beard and documenting it during self-quarantine amid coronavirus pandemic

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    Jim Carrey reveals he will be growing a beard during self-quarantine… and will be documenting his ‘meaningless transformation’ on social media

    Jim Carrey has kept us entertained in movies and television for four decades.

    And the two-time Golden Globe winner is turning to another medium to help his fans get through self-quarantine.

    He took to Twitter Monday to announce that he’s growing a beard during isolation and documenting it for his 18.5million followers.

    ‘I’m growing a beard’: Jim Carrey took to Twitter Monday to announce that he’s growing a beard during self-quarantine and documenting it for his 18.5million followers

    The 58-year-old posted a slightly stubbly selfie, writing: ‘Day 1. I’m growing a beard until we all go back to work. I’ll post reg pics so you can marvel at the miracle of my meaningless transformation. 

    ‘Normally, I try to stay on the cutting edge of entertainment. Now I shall conquer the uncutting edge. Please join me. #letsgrowtogether’   

    It comes after the CDC recommended men shave their beards, as it could interfere with a facepiece respirator. 

    Maisie Williams responded to the tweet with her own quarantine goal: ‘Gonna do this with my armpits xx.’ 

    Ruggedly dapper: Carrey has gone fuzzy a few times in the past, looking rugged but dapper with a full beard when he presented at the 2016 Golden Globes

    Ruggedly dapper: Carrey has gone fuzzy a few times in the past, looking rugged but dapper with a full beard when he presented at the 2016 Golden Globes

    Hairy situation: Another memorable look came that year when he appeared in Ana Lily Amirpour's dystopian film The Bad Batch

    Hairy situation: Another memorable look came that year when he appeared in Ana Lily Amirpour’s dystopian film The Bad Batch

    Villain 'stache: The comedian's most recent role called for a more groomed facial hair look, sporting a handlebar mustache as the villainous Dr. Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog

    Villain ‘stache: The comedian’s most recent role called for a more groomed facial hair look, sporting a handlebar mustache as the villainous Dr. Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog

    Carrey has gone fuzzy a few times in the past, looking rugged but dapper with a full beard when he presented at the 2016 Golden Globes.

    Another memorable look came that year when he appeared in Ana Lily Amirpour’s dystopian film The Bad Batch.

    He was unrecognizable as a silent character simply named Hermit, starring alongside Jason Momoa and Suki Waterhouse in the movie.

    The comedian’s most recent role called for a more groomed facial hair look, sporting a handlebar mustache as the villainous Dr. Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog. 

    Meanwhile, he rocks a smooth face in Showtime’s Kidding, which recently aired its second season finale. 

    Fresh shave: Meanwhile, he rocks a smooth face in Showtime's Kidding, which recently aired its second season finale

    Fresh shave: Meanwhile, he rocks a smooth face in Showtime’s Kidding, which recently aired its second season finale

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