Almost unrecognizable movie star in gray wig while shooting scenes in New York

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Glamorous movie star looks unrecognizable in a gray wig and period costume for a new series – can you guess who it is?

A glamorous movie star hid her good looks while filming on the streets of New York City on Tuesday.

The blonde Oscar-nominated star wore a large gray wig with oversized period clothing and large earrings as she was seen in character.

The beauty, 54, will star in season two of Feud.

Can you guess who it is?

It’s Naomi Watts.

The chameleon-like actress donned a brown fur-trimmed coat, brown pants, leather gloves and a gray bouffant wig for her role on season two of Feud.

The Oscar nominee will star as Barbara “Babe” Paley, a former Vogue fashion editor who was married to TBEN founder William S. Paley.

The socialite’s friendship with In Cold Blood author Truman Capote takes center stage in the new season of creator Ryan Murphy’s FX show.

Tom Hollander, 55, stars as Capote, who enjoyed spending time with New York’s high society and kept a circle of classy women around him whom he called his “swans.”

The British actor was dressed in a gray double-breasted tweed jacket and a pageboy cap.

Swans: Capote enjoyed spending time with New York high society and kept a circle of classy women around him, including Babe.  He called his girlfriends his 'swans'.

Swans: Capote enjoyed spending time with New York high society and kept a circle of classy women around him, including Babe, whom he called his “swans”

He wore dark gloves, a long purple wool scarf and round glasses.

The first season of Feud was based on the animosity between Hollywood stars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.

The final season of the anthology series is inspired by the book Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era, by Laurence Leamer.

Betrayal: The friendship suffered a serious rift after Capote published a book about Babe's dysfunctional life with her husband

Betrayal: The friendship suffered a serious rift after Capote published a book about Babe’s dysfunctional life with her husband

The book describes how the author of Breakfast at Tiffany alienated his famous friends after publishing an excerpt from his latest book, Answered Prayers.

The chapter was based on the Paleys’ dysfunctional personal lives.

The revelations resulted in a rift in Capote’s friendship with Babe and his other female companions who feared he would publicize the intimate and sometimes sordid details of their lives.

Inspiration: The final season of the anthology series is inspired by the book Capote's Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era, by Laurence Leamer

Inspiration: The final season of the anthology series is inspired by the book Capote’s Women: A True Story of Love, Betrayal, and a Swan Song for an Era, by Laurence Leamer

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