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Zac Efron at the Sydney premiere of The Greatest Showman

He is one of Hollywood’s hottest leading men.

And Zac Efron has walked the red carpet at the Sydney premiere of his new film The Greatest Showman, sporting a retro mustache on his genetically blessed face. 

The 30-year-old impressed fans as he cut a dapper figure in a tailored navy blue suit, a skinny tie and matching suede shoes, at The Star on Wednesday.

Keeping it suave! Zac Efron has walked the red carpet at the Sydney premiere of his new film The Greatest Showman, sporting a retro mustache on his genetically blessed face

His hair was styled in a quiff that showed off his fading blonde locks and exposed his brunette roots.

But it was his mustache, similar to that of Ron Burgundy’s, that was his most striking feature for the evening.

The facial hair is likely being grown for his upcoming role as serial killer and rapist Ted Bundy in the soon-to-be filmed Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.

Mustache: The 30-year-old's mustache was his most striking feature for the evening. The facial hair is likely being grown for his upcoming role as serial killer and rapist Ted Bundy in the soon-to-be filmed Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Mo life: The 30-year-old’s mustache was his most striking feature for the evening. The facial hair is likely being grown for his upcoming role as serial killer and rapist Ted Bundy in the soon-to-be filmed Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

Handsome: But he didn't fail to impress fans as he cut a dapper figure in a tailored navy blue suit, a skinny tie and matching suede shoes, at The Star

Handsome: But he didn’t fail to impress fans as he cut a dapper figure in a tailored navy blue suit, a skinny tie and matching suede shoes, at The Star

In the film he stars as Phillip Carlyle, a playwright who becomes P.T. Barnum’s partner in developing the famous travelling Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.  

This comes after the genetically perfect actor admitted to Confidential that he has made his fair share of mistakes in life.

‘I have messed up in the past. I’ve done a lot of things that I look back on and go “sheesh, are you kidding, what were you thinking?”.

Role of a life time: In the film he stars as Phillip Carlyle, a playwright who becomes P.T. Barnum's partner in developing the famous traveling Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus (pictured alongside co-star Zendaya)

Role of a life time: In the film he stars as Phillip Carlyle, a playwright who becomes P.T. Barnum’s partner in developing the famous traveling Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus (pictured alongside co-star Zendaya)

‘It is weird to say because I am also happy that I did all of those things because I am here before you today able to proclaim that this is me and I am very proud of who I am,’ he said.

Zac also gushed working on the film and alongside co-stars Zendaya and Hugh Jackman.

‘A lot of the messages in this film are things that we believe in and it is pretty rare you get an opportunity to portray characters that you really relate to and believe in and can spread a message that you care about,’ he added. 

Greatest co-stars: Zac also gushed working on the film alongside co-stars Zendaya and Hugh Jackman in a film with plenty of heart

Greatest co-stars: Zac also gushed working on the film alongside co-stars Zendaya and Hugh Jackman in a film with plenty of heart



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