Judge Reinhold had never been fully bald before. The 57-year-old actor recreated his baby photos (which he has shared exclusively with Yahoo Movies), and we have to admit, it’s the most adorable we’ve seen Reinhold since he channeled a prepubescent Fred Savage in Vice Versa. My Many Sons — which you can read more about here — stars Reinhold as the late NCAA basketball coach Don Meyer, who once surpassed Indiana’s Bobby Knight record for all-time most wins, despite finishing his career in a wheelchair following a car crash.
“Those caps don’t work at all,” says Judge Reinhold, who explains he had to make a big decision when he enlisted to play the late record-breaking NCAA coach Don Meyer, who was bald for most of his life. “It’s a drastic change for me,” says Reinhold, best known for the coming-of-age classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High as well as the Beverly Hills Cop and The Santa Clause movies, and who is as good-natured and easygoing in conversation as his lovable screen personas. Before My Many Sons, Reinhold says the closest he had come to being bald was his Army crew cut for 1981’s Stripes.