Alicia Silverstone, 45, is unrecognizable without makeup on and in layers of clothing as she walks her dog alongside a male friend
Alicia Silverstone was spotted taking her dog for a walk with a male friend in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon.
The 45-year-old performer appeared to be making the most of the pleasant California weather as she took to the suburb’s uncrowded walkways to get her dog a bit of exercise.
The actress’ outing comes during the production of a major motion picture in which she is currently set to appear.
Fun in the sun: Alicia Silverstone was spotted taking her dog for a hike with a male friend in Sherman Oaks on Wednesday afternoon
Silverstone sported a light brown crewneck sweater on top of a green t-shirt while spending time with her friend.
The Batman & Robin actress kept a black jacket tied around her waist and wore a matching pair of pants.
The Golden Globe Award-nominated performer kept her feet comfortable with a set of dual-tone athletic shoes during the hike.
Her lovely blonde locks remained free-flowing and fell onto her shoulders and backside as she seemed to have no makeup on.
Staying comfortable: Silverstone sported a light brown crewneck sweater on top of a green t-shirt while spending time with her friend
Extra layer: The Batman & Robin actress kept a black jacket tied around her waist and wore a matching pair of pants
Silverstone is currently working on the upcoming crime thriller feature, Reptile.
The film is centered on a hardened New England detective who is assigned to the case of a murdered real estate agent.
In addition to the actress, Benicio Del Toro and Justin Timberlake will star in the Grant Singer-directed feature, with the former serving as an executive producer.
Other performers include Eric Bogosian and Frances Fisher, as well as singer Sky Ferreira.
Staying busy: Silverstone is currently working on the upcoming crime thriller feature, Reptile; she is seen in 2021
Silverstone’s addition to the project was previously announced by The Hollywood Reporter last September, when Michael Pitt and Ato Essandoh also signed on to appear in the film.
Physical production on the feature initially began in Atlanta, Georgia this past August.
Executives at Black Label Media previously gave a statement to Variety where they expressed their enthusiasm for the upcoming project.
‘We are thrilled to be collaborating with one of the most talented emerging filmmakers, Grant Singer on his original script alongside the brilliant Benicio Del Toro,’ they stated.
They added: ‘We’re ecstatic for the opportunity to make something truly haunting and suspenseful that will resonate with the audience long after the film ends.’
Reptile currently does not have a scheduled release date.