She was once famous for her flawless skin and stunning looks.
But Faye Dunaway clearly had something to hide as she arrived at Los
Angeles LAX Airport yesterday wearing a surgical face mask and
The 69-year-old actress, who has always refused to comment on rumours
she has had plastic surgery, covered as much of her face as possible as
she made her way home.
Bizarre: Faye Dunaway resembled the late
Michael Jackson as she arrived at Los Angeles LAX airport yesterday
Dunaway, who shot to fame when she starred alongside Warren Beatty in
1967 film Bonnie and Clyde, also hid her figure under an unflattering
tracksuit top, a black top and trousers and white trainers.
With untamed brown hair and little makeup, Dunaway looked a far cry
from the sexy young woman who made her name as one of the top actresses
of her time in the 70s.
Unflattering: The 69-year-old actress
also hid her figure under a baggy tracksuit
While it was unclear why Dunaway was wearing the mask, usually used
to prevent the spreading of airborne infections, it may have been her
unique way of paying tribute to her former drama coach Andreas Voutsinas,
who died on Tuesday.
Voutsinas also coached Warren Beatty and Ann Bancroft.
Young beauty: Dunaway shot to fame thanks
to her stunning good looks
Dunaway has been out of the media spotlight in recent years, having
last been seen in short film The Ring earlier this year.
However, she has recently been forging a career as a screenwriter,
having co-written, directed and produced Master Class, a new film based
on the life story of famous opera singer Maria Callas.
Ageing gracefully? The actress appeared
to have been trying to hide her face