Julian McMahon, Nip/Tuck Star, Shows Off Tan Skin at Cannes Film Festival Premiere of The Surfer

Julian McMahon, Nip/Tuck Star, Shows Off Tan Skin at Cannes Film Festival Premiere of The Surfer

He’s best known for his role in the hit TV series Nip/Tuck.

And on Saturday, Julian McMahon turned heads as he premiered his new film at the Cannes Film Festival.

The Australian-American actor, 55, made a striking appearance at the premiere of The Surfer, showcasing his extremely bronzed tan and chiselled jawline.

McMahon looked dapper in a classic black double-breasted tuxedo, paired with a crisp white shirt and a sleek black bow tie.

The well-tailored suit accentuated his fit physique, while his polished black dress shoes completed the sophisticated ensemble.

Julian McMahon, 55, (pictured) turned heads as he premiered his new film at the Cannes Film Festival

Julian McMahon, 55, (pictured) turned heads as he premiered his new film at the Cannes Film Festival

He also clutched a single red rose in one hand as he posed for photographers.

The star was joined by co-stars Nicolas Cage and Alexander Bertrand.

The Stan Original feature film has been teased for months now after Cage, 59, was spotted shooting the movie in Western Australia earlier this year.

The Australian-American made a striking appearance at the premiere of The Surfer, showcasing his extremely bronzed tan and chiselled jawline

The Australian-American made a striking appearance at the premiere of The Surfer, showcasing his extremely bronzed tan and chiselled jawline 

McMahon looked dapper in a classic black double-breasted tuxedo, paired with a crisp white shirt and a sleek black bow tie

McMahon looked dapper in a classic black double-breasted tuxedo, paired with a crisp white shirt and a sleek black bow tie

He also clutched a single red rose in one hand as he posed for photographers

He also clutched a single red rose in one hand as he posed for photographers

The Academy Award winner stars in the lead role in the psychological thriller.

The week the Australian streaming platform shared a first look image of Cage in character, appearing disheveled and distressed while examining a bullet. 

Directed by Lorcan Finnegan (Vivarium) and written by Thomas Martin, The Surfer is an intensely unnerving feature film shot in a single location in Yallingup, which is known for its iconic beaches.

The Surfer will premiere soon in theatres and on Stan.

The Australian star was joined by co-stars Nicolas Cage and Alexander Bertrand (both pictured)

The Australian star was joined by co-stars Nicolas Cage and Alexander Bertrand (both pictured) 

The Surfer will premiere soon in theatres and on Stan

The Surfer will premiere soon in theatres and on Stan  

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