He has been one of the most popular leading men in Hollywood for decades.
And Brad Pitt stunned fans with his recent appearance on the final day of Wimbledon where he showed off his chiseled look.
The actor, 59, has long been known for his attractiveness and was previously named Sexiest Man Alive twice by People magazine.
But the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star has sported many different looks throughout her years in the spotlight.
From breaking onto the scene in his early 20s with roles on shows like Dallas and Growing Pains to becoming a true A-lister in the early 90s, Brad’s popularity has endured.
The star is enjoying his most productive period yet as he continues to produce projects like Landscape with Invisible Hand and The Killer, as well as starring in upcoming projects like Beetlejuice 2 and Wolves.
As she proves she’s still got it, MailOnline takes a look back at the star’s looks over the years.
Way back when: Brad sported long, shaggy hair when he made his first foray into the spotlight in 1987.
Brad sported long, shaggy hair when he was first thrust into the spotlight in 1987.
That year, the budding actor landed his first on-camera role in the soap opera Another World and followed it up with appearances in Growing Pains and Dallas.
The actor’s film stardom was evident early on and he soon bagged bit parts in films like Less Than Zero and No Man’s Land.
Finding Fame: In the early 90s, Brad was sporting his trademark blonde hair (pictured in 1992)
Rugged: When his star-studded film True Romance rolled around, Brad showed off his rugged look with long locks and stubble (pictured in 1993)
Starr: Two years later, he proved he could crop up even more when he played the lead role of a homicide detective in the crime thriller Seven (filmed in 1995).
By the early ’90s, Brad was sporting his trademark blonde hair and appeared in one of his most memorable early roles opposite Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon in Thelma & Louise (1991).
Brad played the handsome young drifter JD who sleeps with Thelma and later steals Louise’s life savings.
As his starrer film True Romance rolled around, Brad flaunted his rugged good looks with long locks and stubble.
Two years later, he proved he could rock a more cropped look when he played the lead role of a homicide detective in the crime thriller Seven opposite Morgan Freeman and his ex-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow.
In the early 2000s
WATCH: The star continued with a cropped hairstyle but opted for a cleaner cut these years as she shed her Nineties chops (pictured in August 2000)
The early 2000s were a good time for Brad. He began the decade with lead roles in The Mexican (2001) opposite Julia Roberts and Ocean’s Eleven (2001) with George Clooney.
The star continued with a cropped hairstyle but during these years she ditched her nineties bangs and opted for a more clean cut look.
Brad was already established as one of Hollywood’s top male sex symbols as he became the first person to be named Sexiest Man Alive twice in 2000.
Suv: One of Brad’s most memorable looks was when he opted for a buzz cut while starring in Mr. & Mrs. Smith (pictured with his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston in 2004).
Changing things up: Brad opted for a more questionable look the following year as he chopped off a long crop and dyed it platinum blonde for the premiere of the action flick (pictured in June 2005)
Debnair: It was a brief look for the actor though he soon returned to a more normal look (pictured in 2008)
A few years later, Brad sported one of his most memorable looks as he opted for a buzz cut while starring in Mr. & Mrs. Smith opposite Angelina Jolie, whom he went on to marry.
Brad opted for a more dubious look the following year as he dyed platinum blonde for the premiere of the action flick.
It was a brief appearance for the actor though he soon returned to a more normal look.
New look: Brad changed his look during this period as he grew long, dark brown locks which he showed off at the premiere of his film Killing Him Softly (pictured in 2012)
Dapper: He changed the look slightly in later years with a sleeker hairstyle with a salt and pepper bun while starring in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (pictured in 2019)
By 2010, Brad had expanded his career from acting to producing, working behind the scenes on several of his films.
The star also changed her look during this period as she grew long, dark brown locks which she showed off at the premiere of her film Killing Him Softly (2012).
She changed the look a bit in later years when she starred in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, sporting a sleeker hairstyle with salt and pepper spikes.
This period was a career highlight for Brad as he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the Quentin Tarantino flick.
Smart: As he approaches his late 50s, Brad looks better than ever (pictured in 2021)
As he approaches his late 50s, Brad looks better than ever.
Showing off his sophisticated style, Brad, who was in the UK for his new movie Apex last weekend to shoot scenes in Silverstone, wore a light blue knit polo shirt with a studded chain and aviator sunglasses.
The actor turned heads with his recent appearance at the Wimbledon tennis tournament where he sat alongside Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Far from just praising his looks, fans were also tickled as the megastar, who famously played an aging man opposite in 2008’s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, while ‘still looking stunning’.
Handsome: The actor turned heads with his recent appearance at the Wimbledon tennis tournament (Pictured in July 2023)