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6 Characters Whose Face is Covered the Whole Time


These characters do not need a face. but we went crazy for them.


An actor is some someone who portrait a character and leave an impression. For an actor face is important because it is one of the most used part besides his actions and voice. But these actors had their face covered the whole time but did not disappoint the audience.

Bane – Batman : Dark Knight Rises

Bane in the 2012 Batman movie played by Tom Hardy has half of his face covered during the whole movie. But he made a great villain and had memorable impression playing his character.

V – V for Vendetta

Unlike Bane the V in V for Vendetta which is played by Hugo Weaving had his face completely covered during the whole movie.

Din Djaring – The Mandalorian

Pedro Pascal who plays Din Djaring in the US television series The Mandalorian does not remove his helmet which covers his face entirely until the season finale.

The Amphibian Man – The Shape of Water

The love story between a mute woman and an amphibian man was highly praised and even nominated for 13 Oscars. Doug Jones who played the amphibian man in the movie was covered not only his face but his whole body in a body suit.

Darth Vader – Star Wars

The villain in the Star Wars movies never gets to remove his helmet because his life depends on it. So the actors who played the part throughout the years did not get a chance to show their faces.

Farrier – Dunkirk

Looks like Tom Hardy is the king of masked acting. In the 2017 war movie Dunkirk Hardy has half of his face covered during the whole movie.

Now you see that an actor is capable of doing his part even when his face is covered. That is the beauty of cinema. If you have not watched any of the above films I highly recommend them for you to watch. Because each and every actors mentioned above has a remarkable performance in their movies.

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