Rupert Grint's animal disguise
Rupert Grint sometimes dons an animal mask so he can go out in public without getting recognised.
Rupert Grint used to go out wearing an ''animal mask''.
The 'Postman Pat' actor - who shot to fame playing young wizard Ron Weasley in the 'Harry Potter' franchise - donned disguises so he could go out with friends and found it ''amazing'' to be unrecognised.
He said: ''I've tried various different disguises, I used to go to V festival and other festivals and i would wear animal masks. It was amazing, I was completely invisible, it was great.''
The 25-year-old actor is often greeted by groups of fans waiting for him when he arrives for interviews and other public appearances, but insists he will always find the attention ''strange''.
He said: ''I don't get used to it, it's always a bit strange, it doesn't happen all the time, you get it now and again and it's strange.''
Rupert has previously revealed he is often mistaken for 'Drunk' singer Ed Sheeran.
He said: ''[Do we get mixed up?] Yes of course, a lot. People get confused all the time. One time I was at this Formula One race and Leo Sayer was there. There was definitely a kind of confusion because he came up to me and said how much he liked my music.''