27 Amazing Pictures Of Actors Before Applying Makeup In Movies

The aim of an actor is to step into somebody else's shoes and walk in them so convincingly that the audience forgets they're watching a performance. But some roles require more than just good acting skills, which is where makeup and prosthetics come in. 

Scroll down for some of the most incredible transformations that have ever taken place on film. From Ralph Fiennes playing Voldemort and Meryl Steep disguised as a Rabbi to John Travolta turning into a woman and Angelina Jolie turning into a man, the list below is a testament to the amazing magic of movie makeup. 

1. Eddie Murphy - Saul (Coming to America)

2. Richard Brake - The Night King (Game of thrones)

3. Robin Williams - Mrs. Doubtfire (Mrs doubt fire)

4. John Mutuszak - Slot (The goonies)

5. Meryl Streep - Rabbi (Angels in America)

6. Robert Downey Jr - Kirk Lazarus ( Tropic Thunder)

7. Rory McCann - Sandor Clegane (Game of thrones)

8. Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans - Kevin Copeland and Marcus Copeland ( White Chicks)

9. David Bowie - John Blaylock ( The hunger)

10. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje - Killer Croc (Suicide squad)

11. Angelina Jolie - Male Aide (Salt)

12. Susan Sarandon - The Old Hag Witch (Enchanted)

13. Halle Berry - Vyvyan Ayrs (Cloud Atlas)

14. Selma Blair - Caprice (A Dirty Shame)

15. Eddie Murphy - Sherman Klump (The Nutty Professor)

16. Eddie Redmayne - Lili (The Darnish Girl)

17. Naomi Grossman - Pepper (American Horror Story Series)

18. Kae Alexander - Leaf (Game of thrones)

19. Carice Van Houten - Melisandre (Game of thrones)

20. Idris Elba - Krall (Star Trek: Beyond)

21. Glenn Close - Gutless (Hook)

22. Tilda Swinton - Madame D. (The Grand Budapest Hotel)

23. Jacob Trembley - Auggie (Wonder)

24. John Travolta - Edna Turnblad (Hairspray)

25. Ralph Fiennes - Lord Voldemort ( Harry Potter Series)

26. Charlize Theron - Aileen (Monster)

27. Gwyneth Paltrow - Rosemary ( Shallow Hall)

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