We’ve seen him go from a shaggy-haired 20-something to a sometimes balding, sometimes not 63-year-old, both on screen and off, in front of our very eyes. A person’s hairstyle is bound to change over such a long period of time, but Travolta and his locks have truly kept us guessing — mostly thanks to the wide range of characters he’s played.
Shania Twain, of all people, provided a glimpse of Travolta’s latest look in an Instagram pic she shared from the set of their 2018 movie, Trading Paint, on Wednesday. In it, Travolta has yet another look — gray, possibly blondish, hair slicked back, with a full beard — that caused some of Twain’s followers to question her caption.
Oh, it’s definitely Travolta; the eyes give it away — but he does look a lot different than he did in his Danny Zuko days. Here is a quick review of some of his more memorable hair looks.
We welcomed him and his luscious locks back on Welcome Back, Kotter. …
The time he was a greaser obsessed with combing his hair in Grease.
He had long hair that he wore in a ponytail in Pulp Fiction, in which he played a mob hit man. Any problems with that?
We don’t know what this is, either.
Would you vote for this guy? Somehow, the silver hair makes him appear more trustworthy.
His turn as a woman in Hairspray resulted in his most surprising look — if you don’t count Battlefield Earth.
In real life, Travolta has shaken things up by, for example, baring all (on his head).
But he always brings it — and by that we mean his unconquerable tresses — back.
So, yeah, John, we have been watching the hair.
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