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Actors And Actresses Who Didn’t Wear A Bald Cap Talk About What It’s Like To Cut Off All Their Hair

In most cases, an actor or actress can put on a bald cap to cover their hair if they need to play a more follically challenged character. These are usually adequate and have worked on everything from a simple bald character to Dan Aykroyd's famous turn as a Conehead. Occasionally, it's necessary for actors to shave their heads, as it's easier, cheaper, and more realistic. But it doesn't happen often, especially where women are concerned. Hair takes a while to grow back and, vanity aside, actors make a living off their looks.

That said, quite a few women and men have taken up the clippers when the role called for it, and were usually asked in interviews how they felt after the big shave. The actors below had plenty to say about the experience.

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