He is one of Australia’s most esteemed actors who’s enjoyed a plethora of acting roles.
And Russell Crowe has announced he will be selling his career memorabilia and knick-knacks he’s collected over the years in a good old garage sale.
The 53-year-old took to his Twitter on Wednesday to make the announcement.
Going on sale! Russell Crowe has announced he will be selling his career memorabilia and knick knacks he’s collected over the years in a garage sale
The Academy Award-winning actor gave fans a glimpse into his garage showing them what they could potentially buy.
Spotted in the background was a maroon stage coach with Glenn Innes painted on it, his boots from Romper Stomper, and his costumes from Robin Hood and Gladiator.
Also seen is what appears to be a painting from 2003 film Master And Commander and record plaques believed to be from his band 30 Odd Foot of Grunts.
Sneak peek! The actor gave fans a glimpse into his garage showing them what they could potentially buy including a maroon stage coach with Glenn Innes painted on it and his boots from Romper Stomper
Do you want to own armour like Maximus? Also seen in the background of his Twitter picture was his costume from Gladiator
‘You ever look around and think… bloody hell I’ve got a lot of stuff… yeah, me too,’ he wrote in the post.
‘April 7th next year I’ll be having an auction. Career stuff, stuff I’ve collected and stuff in general. Paintings, Aubrey’s violin, watches … if you like stuff, save the date.’
Fans of Russell will also notice the sale is set for the same day as the star’s birthday.
Movie props: Russell also tweeted that the violin he played in Master and Commander will also be up for grabs (pictured)
Film history: In the comments, fans also spotted his costume from his 2010 film Robin Hood
Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Russell Crowe’s management for comment.
This comes after he recently made recalled the time he had to ‘sodomise’ actress Jacqueline McKenzie for a scene in the 1992 film Romper Stomper at the AACTA awards, which critics labelled ‘tone deaf’.
Following the awkward incident, he released a statement to 2GB’s Ben Fordham explaining that he was simply trying to make people laugh.
Memorabilia: Spotted in Russell’s Twitter picture was his maroon boots from the 1992 film Romper Stomper (Russell pictured in the centre)
Old tunes: Also seen in his Twitter snap were record plaques believed to be from his band 30 Odd Foot of Grunts
‘Actors and actresses by the nature of our job get thrown into some embarrassing, bizarre and extreme circumstances,’ he said.
Russell continued: ‘Jacquie and I survived that moment in our young careers because we looked after each other. Our friendship has only strengthened over the years and it’s a story we both cringe and laugh over.’
‘The way I delivered the story was to elicit that half cringe/half laugh reaction… Obviously I was only intending to make people laugh. Especially Jacquie, and she did. I didn’t mean any offence to anyone and it wasn’t a comment on other issues.’
Awkward: This comes after he recently recalled the time he had to ‘sodomise’ actress Jacqueline McKenzie for a scene in the 1992 film Romper Stomper at the AACTA awards, which critics labelled ‘tone deaf’