Daniel Day-Lewis, is that you?
The reclusive actor was photographed on Thursday for the first time in four years, sporting surprisingly long locks.
The “Lincoln” star looked unrecognizable speaking into a flip phone while wearing a blue tracksuit, a black trucker hat and matching sneakers.
On Friday, the 66-year-old stepped out again, this time for a West Village walk holding hands with his wife, Rebecca Miller.
Daniel Day Lewis looks unrecognizable in new photos.SplashNews.com
He took a walk in New York City Thursday with long hair.SplashNews.com
Before the outing, Day-Lewis had not been seen in four years.SplashNews.com
Day-Lewis paired yellow sweats with a black hoodie, a striped shirt and a trucker hat for their casual stroll.
The Oscar winner, known for going to extreme lengths for his performances by method acting, has not released a movie since announcing his retirement in June 2017, following the release of “Phantom Thread.”
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“I haven’t figured it out,” he told W magazine five months later. “I need to believe in the value of what I’m doing. The work can seem vital. Irresistible, even. And if an audience believes it, that should be good enough for me. But, lately, it isn’t.”
The following day, the actor stepped out with wife Rebecca Miller.BrosNYC / BACKGRID
He wore the same trucker hat.BrosNYC / BACKGRID
The couple have been married since 1996.BrosNYC / BACKGRID
While it felt “uncharacteristic” of the Golden Globe winner to put out a statement about his career ending, he clarified that he felt like “draw[ing] a line.”
Day-Lewis explained, “All my life, I’ve mouthed off about how I should stop acting, and I don’t know why it was different this time.
“But the impulse to quit took root in me, and that became a compulsion,” he continued. “It was something I had to do.”
The “Lincoln” star retired from acting in 2017.Jemal Countess
Previously, he took a brief break after playing Abraham Lincoln in 2012.©20thCentFox/Courtesy Everett Collection
He is also known for roles in “The Last of the Mohicans” and “There Will Be Blood.”©20thCentFox/Courtesy Everett Collection
Day-Lewis also temporarily retired in 1997.©Paramount/Courtesy Everett Collection
The star has previously quit acting on multiple occasions, most recently taking a temporary pause after wrapping “Lincoln” in 2012.
Back in 1997, he took a step back from Hollywood to pursue shoe cobbling in Florence, Italy, until 2000.
Day-Lewis is best known for many award-winning roles, including “There Will Be Blood” and “The Boxer.”