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So we noticed something when catching a few minutes of Chasing Liberty on HBO last weekend. (Btw, LAist was just channel surfing and not actively watching the forgettable Mandy Moore flick – but we so happened to catch a glimpse of dreamy Matthew Goode from Match Point in it.) But back to the purpose of this post.

Jeremy Piven is also in the movie, playing a secret service agent. We noticed, however, that the hirsute Piven had a little less up top in the 2004 movie than in the cover photo of the latest Los Angeles Magazine.

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So while we like Piven, his charm, and the fact that he’s finally stepping out of John Cusack’s shadow and entourage (sorry, we couldn’t resist), LAist was a bit bothered by his new hairstyle in Los Angeles. Whether it was natural, plugs, toupee, Propecia, or whatever, it was too full, too fluffy for Piven.

Jer, we think bald is beautiful.