‘The Strain’s’ Corey Stoll Poses For GQ, He Makes Pinstripes Look Good
He and his cool-self are on the cover of this month’s issue of GQ! Not only is he a great actor, but he’s quite the dresser too! The Strain actor is featured in the fall fashion spread for August’s issue, modelling some snazzy new autumn looks.
Personally, I don’t think anyone has worn pinstripes better than him!
Stoll went on to play Ernest Hemingway in Midnight in Paris and will star in the upcoming star-filled film, This Is Where I Leave You. Right now, he plays the wig-wearing Ephraim Goodweather in the vampire drama, The Strain.
During another interview, the actor discusses having to wear a wig and how it’s getting a lot of attention. He said:
I get it, too. For somebody who is follicle-ly challenged, I spent a lot of time talking about hair. At first, when I heard he wanted me to have a wig, I was resistant. I didn’t want the reason to be so I could look like a standard TV guy or a hero. Then that points to a bigger problem. I’m not interested in playing that character. I made a choice in my career to not get hair plugs and not hide the fact that I was balding, and I’ve managed to play all sorts of characters who have shaved heads. But Guillermo’s reasoning was so well thought-out. It isn’t arbitrary. It isn’t, I want you to look better.
Hair or no hair, Corey Stoll is sexy.
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