Say goodbye to a shaggy-haired Taylor Kitsch.
Taylor debuted his new short 'do -- presumably for his new role in True Detective season two -- at the 6th Annual African Children's Choir Changemakers Gala in New York City Thursday night, a big change from his signature long locks.
The 33-year-old actor, most famous for his role as Tim Riggins on Friday Night Lights, also had a reunion with his FNL co-star -- and best TV mom ever -- Connie Britton aka Tami Taylor at last night's event. And of course, the Nashville star's perfect locks were on point -- you win this hair reunion, Connie!
Taylor finally confirmed his highly coveted new True Detective role in October after months of casting rumors.
"I'm really excited," he told AdWeek. "I've just been prepping. It's been almost a full year since I've been on camera, so I'm itching, man. I'm overdue. You've just got to grind it out."
He also revealed he took a year off in anticipation of the role.
"I mean, it was just showing a lot of patience on my end and turning a lot of stuff down because I wanted to be a part of it," he said. " ... I can’t f*cking wait to hit camera. So I’m excited. I loved that first season of it so much. It’s just unlike anything I’ve seen in, you know, I don’t know when."
Besides Kitsch, Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn have also been confirmed for the super-secretive second season of the hit HBO show.
In May, Taylor talked about another huge HBO project -- the critically acclaimed The Normal Heart -- in which he played Bruce Niles, the closeted first president of Gay Men's Health Crisis. Watch below: