He looks YOUNG! Hugh Jackman, 53, shows off his youthful face as he cuddles with actress Sutton Foster at the premiere of their new Broadway show The Music Man in New York.
He turned 53 in October.
But Hugh Jackman looked far from his age at the opening of his new Broadway show The Music Man in New York on Thursday night.
The Australian actor showed off his fresh cut and incredibly youthful look as he cuddled with his co-star, young star Sutton Foster.
He looks YOUNG! Hugh Jackman, 53, looked far from his age when he hugged actress Sutton Foster at the premiere of their new Broadway show The Music Man in New York on Thursday night.
The father of two was wearing a three-piece suit and a white shirt with an open collar underneath.
Meanwhile, Sutton shone in a bright orange silk dress with a plunging neckline embellished with pearl embellishments.
Huge plays the role of Harold Hill in the famous musical.
Handsome: The Australian actor flaunted his fresh haircut and impossibly youthful face as he snuggled up against his co-star, Junior star Sutton Foster
Looking good! The father-of-two was wearing a navy blue three-piece suit with a white shirt with an open collar underneath.
In January, he was ruled out for more than a week after testing positive for Covid-19 late last year.
Back on the show, he shared a positive message with fans on Instagram.
“Okay, I can’t tell you how good this moment is – yes, we’re back, we’re back,” Hugh said.
“Today is Thursday, January 6, and we are back to work,” he added.
Gorgeous: Sutton is stunned in a plunging orange silk gown adorned with pearl embellishments
The Australian hottie, who tested positive for Covid-19 on December 28, has apologized to fans who had tickets to the show while he was on the sidelines.
“To all those people who have had tickets for the last 10 days, I am so sorry, I hope and pray that you have the opportunity to change the schedule,” he said.
“I’m so excited to be back and bring the show – which brings pure joy and full of hope and faith and faith – back to Broadway.”
The Greatest Showman actor has also found kind words for his co-stars as the Broadway community suffers during the Omicron wave.
He said, “For all the shows on Broadway, I’m thinking of all of you and everyone stay safe, be kind to each other and I look forward to seeing you all soon.”
The Music Man was among the shows whose performances had to be canceled due to a surge in Covid-19 cases when previews began.
Opening Night! Huge plays the role of Harold Hill in the famous musical.