So how did this happen? Well, first of all, through God all things are possible, so jot that down. But McElhenney's transformation seems to have been in the works for a while. A video posted on the actor's Instagram a month ago—introducing Eagles lineman Jason Kelce as the original Fat Mac—had people noticing that the Philly funnyman was busting out of his trademark "Beast Coast" t-shirt. The year-old gained the weight between the sixth and seventh seasons of the FX sitcom, putting away four 1, calorie meals a day.
WE'RE more familiar with seeing him as a soldier-turned-traitor or a hedge fund king - and he's even been tipped as the next James Bond. But the usually slim A-list star looked completely unrecognisable as he walked around his new movie set in Toronto this week. Incredibly, under a fat suit and thick-layer prosthetics is none other than British actor Damian Lewis. He's playing former mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, in the movie Run This Town, which follows a young reporter attempting to expose a scandal in the Canadian city. The Homeland star may seem an unlikely choice for the role as the controversial crack-smoking politician - who was around 10st heavier than Lewis. But thanks to some incredible cosmetics, the year-old has been bulked up to match Ford's portly figure - and the similarity is uncanny. He took to Twitter yesterday to joke about the cumbersome costume as he attempted to watch the Liverpool vs Roma Champion's League semi-finals.
The former mayor and Toronto City councillor had been battling a rare form of cancer for 18 months. Rob Ford, the former controversial mayor of Toronto, has died following a battle with a rare form of cancer. The year-old passed away at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, confirmed by a close family member as reported by The Globe and Mail.
Big Black tries to convince Rob that there are hardships to being a big man in America. Unconvinced, Rob decides to find out for himself by agreeing to be fitted for a head-to-toe fat suit. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.