Seth Rogen leaves fans struggling to recognize him after he shares selfie without his signature beard and glasses

SETH Rogen has left his fans struggling to regconize him after he posted a selfie without his signature beard and glasses on Instagram.

The actor, who is currently filming new Hulu miniseries Pam & Tommy, decided to give his fans a first look at his character which instantly left them doing a double take.

In the mirror selfie, the Pineapple Express star, 39, can be seen without his signature specs opting instead for 90s-inspired mullet as well as a nearly clean-shaved face.

Adding to his character's look, Seth sported a vintage grey and pink jacket over a grey T-shirt and long acidwash denim shorts.

Unsurprisingly, the actor was inundated with comments from fans admitting they were bowled over by his new look for the series.

One enthused fan wrote: "The f**k am I looking at? Is that you Seth??? That’s a different person I swear".

"I didn’t recognize you lol," another shared.

A third penned: "Wow you look like a WHOLE DIFFERENT PERSON."

"WHAT THE F IS GOING ON!?!!" a baffled fan posted.

Seth plays Rand Gauthier in the highly-anticipated Hulu series Pam & Tommy opposite Lily James and Sebastian Stan.

Rogen's plays Rand, the man who stole and sold the explicit tape.

The eight-part miniseries will tell the story of Pamela Anderson’s marriage to Mötley Crüe's Tommy Lee back when their 1995 sex tape was stolen and publicly leaked.

Despite fans excitement over the project, Pamela Anderson has slammed the new show as a "cheap knockoff", according to a close friend of the star.

The Baywatch babe hit out at Pam and Tommy, a new limited series for Hulu, and told friends she has no plans to watch it.

The friend told The Sun exclusively: “Pamela has no intention of watching this God awful show, absolutely not. Never. 

“She’s never heard of the actors playing her or Tommy, and doesn’t care to know them. 

"She and her family think the show is a cheap knockoff. The whole thing is a joke to them."

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