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Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown looks terrifying after dressing up as the Joker

Bear Brown from Alaskan Bush People as the Joker
Bear Brown dressed up as the Joker in one of a series of photos. Pic: Solomon Brown/Facebook

Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown was no stranger to camouflage make-up while living in the bush — but you’ve never seen him like this.

The star took on a terrifying new look after dressing up as the Joker. With his long hair, purple suit and cheek-to-cheek red lipstick he looked the spitting image of Heath Ledger’s version of Batman’s famous nemesis from The Dark Knight.

Heath Ledger as The Joker
Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight

Alaskan Bush People star Bear — whose real name is Solomon — posted the pictures in two sets as part of an album on his Facebook page titled “Halloween”.

The first showed a close-up of his made up face staring chillingly at the camera, as well as a photo which showed the top of his purple suit and another of him grinning as he stood away from the camera.

Posted by Solomon Isaih Brown on Tuesday, December 5, 2017

The second set showed similar photos of him striding towards the camera, as well as ones of him pointing at the spikes of what look like Wolverine’s retractable claws from the X-Men.

Posted by Solomon Isaih Brown on Tuesday, December 5, 2017

The look and his surroundings were a million miles from the Alaskan bush where he became famous for his howling as part of the “Wolfpack”.

Bear Brown on Alaskan Bush People
Bear Brown as he looked on Alaskan Bush People

Bear is thought to currently be living in California, like most of the rest of the Brown family, as his mom Ami undergoes treatment for cancer. They later plan to move Colorado to set up a new permanent home.

The Browns feature tonight (Thursday) in a festive special on Discovery called A Discovery Christmas Story, which shows the family as well as other stars from Discovery shows enjoying festive traditions.

Julian is the editor of Monsters & Critics. He has worked as a journalist for more than ten years, previously as an editor at the... read more
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