‘Barry’ Star Anthony Carrigan Was Told to Quit Acting Over Alopecia: ‘You’re Not Attractive Anymore’

‘Barry’ Star Anthony Carrigan Was Told to Quit Acting Over Alopecia: ‘You’re Not Attractive Anymore’
Season 3 of “Barry” has proven to be a massive hit for HBO, earning rave reviews and recently scoring a renewal for Season 4. One of the season’s most popular characters is NoHo Hank, a lovable gay Chechen mobster played by Anthony Carrigan.

Carrigan has alopecia, a disease that causes severe hair loss. And in a new interview with People, the “Barry” star opened up about his struggles with the condition and the way it impacted his acting career.

“There was a moment where my alopecia had progressed so much so that I had lost pretty much half [of] my scalp, both my eyebrows [and] all my eyelashes,” he said. “It really threw everyone that I was working with, and no one knew what to do with me.”

While Carrigan is not the only Hollywood star with alopecia (Jada Pinkett Smith notably has the condition as well), his appearance proved to be an obstacle early in his career.
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