Brendan is back in the ranks! The actor charmed everyone with his elegant look at an important event
Brendan Fraser looked dapper Monday night when he arrived at the 32nd Annual Gotham Awards with his beautiful partner Jeanne Moore.
The beloved 53-year-old star looked like a leading man once again as he walked the red carpet with his beaming girlfriend.
The actor attended as a nominee in the category of Outstanding Lead Performance, racking up more awards recognition for his tour de force in Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale.
Exuding smarts and debonair charm in his sharp suit and glasses, The Mummy star looked like the ultimate gentleman as he stood by Moore.
Jeanne, who is a professional makeup and hairstylist, wowed in a plunging gown dyed in a dramatic shade of navy blue.
The hemline of her dress stopped just above the knee while intricate beading added the extra element of refined texture.
Her silver sandals were a low kitten heel and teal polish made her nails and toes pop with color.
As an expert in her field, Moore didn’t disappoint when it came to her glam.
Fraser’s radiant companion wore her long blonde hair straight and down for the glitzy affair and opted for a subtle warmth when it came to her cheeks.
Her shapely brows and bright eyes were darkened with liner and mascara while a flattering shade of red lipstick gave her endearing smile some added drama.
Jeanne accessorized with a dark blue textured clutch and a matching bracelet, posing with confidence beside Hollywood’s favorite comeback kid.
Fraser — who is in the midst of a major career resurgence after enduring a period in the professional wilderness — stood tall with pride as his return to the A-list was cemented even further.
After achieving star status with the The Mummy franchise in 1999, Fraser embarked on a series of films that were progressively less successful throughout the subsequent two decades.
Flops like Dudley Do-Right and Furry Vengeance were compounded by a difficult divorce from his wife Afton Smith in 2007 that saw Frasier pay a reported $75K per month in spousal and child support combined.
Coupled with his career decline, the support payments allegedly crippled the fallen star’s finances and the physical demands of his past stunt work had left him with numerous injuries.
In addition to these setbacks, Fraser has also alleged that he was sexually assaulted in 2003 by Philip Berk, who was the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association at the time.
Fraser has said that the combined traumas of his alleged assault, costly divorce, financial hardship, chronic health problems and the death of his mother all resulted in a dark depression.
He stepped away from the spotlight, but has finally returned, better than ever with a lovely partner on his arm as he campaigns for an Oscar.