Steve Martin reveals his sneaky way of making sure he recognizes when he wears a mask: ‘Here’s the solution’
Steve Martin has learned how to work a mask.
‘I always wear a mask when I go out. But something was leaving me worried and restless about it, ‘the 75-year-old wrote.
‘I thought about the problem, addressed it, and here is the solution,’ he concluded, showing the picture what he meant.
Still got it: Steve Martin learned how to wear a mask for him, he revealed in a funny tweet this weekend
The comedy icon was depicted wearing a mask, with a giant insignia on his head, inscribed: ‘Steven Martin’ and an arrow pointing to his face.
His photo received many answers saying how it reminded him of his old stand-up with an arrow through his head.
His fans became so fond of him that he was widely praised for only proposing, playing the role of Universal Amphitrair in the late 1970s.
‘It’s kinda fun for me to see people with amateur models with arrows-for-the-head,’ she cracked.
Remember when: His photo received many answers for commenting on how it reminded his old stand-up bit with an arrow through his head
‘It’s definitely a professional model made in Germany, priced at $ 150,’ he added in a moment captured for his exclusive Steve Live at the Universal Amphitheater.
When the Coronavirus lockdown began in March, Steve was on a tour of Ireland as a double-act with his old pal Martin Short.
Martin revealed to Conan that Ireland’s Steve and ‘Franchley’ left when President Trump announced a travel ban in Europe and the United States.
Mask Off: Steve was portrayed on the opening night of the Broadway play Meteor Shower in November 2017, written by him and starring Amy Schumer
He shared that ‘it was Dublin time around three in the morning and I see the President saying, you know: “Everyone should get out in 24 hours,” you know. Of course, Trump forgot to mention, no: “But you have more time if you’re American or if you’re in Ireland or the UK.”
The president announced the ban in an Oval Office speech on Wednesday, March 11, stating that it would take effect at midnight on Friday, ‘though there will be a waiver for Americans who have undergone appropriate screening.’
Shortly thereafter, the White House clarified that Americans would be directed to a limited number of airports where screening could take place. ‘And that restrictions are in place on the Schengen area, of which neither the UK nor Ireland is a part.
Martin said he ‘returned to LA’ on the night of 13 March – a day before it was announced that the ban would begin in Ireland and the UK by midnight on 16 March.