How Russell Crowe and Adrien Morot Recreated Roger Ailes for ‘The Loudest Voice’

How Russell Crowe and Adrien Morot Recreated Roger Ailes for ‘The Loudest Voice’
Russell Crowe has spent many hours in the makeup chair over his decades-long acting career, but the process to transform into Roger Ailes for Showtime’s limited series “The Loudest Voice” was unlike any he had experienced before.

“The first fitting was almost psychologically scarring,” Crowe says of finding the right prosthetics. “It was near to a seven-hour process.” By the end of that first session, the actor jokes that he looked like “Danny DeVito’s taller, older brother.”

To fully become Ailes, Crowe worked with prosthetic makeup supervisor Adrien Morot, who has more than 30 years of experience and more than 130 credits to his name. The duo had worked together twice before, but it was “The Loudest Voice” in which the two formed the bond that has Crowe saying, “I want to work with him on every project.”

“His job is preeminent — nothing anyone does for the rest of the day matters,
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