Woody Harrelson is the latest in a line of actors to recently take on the role of former U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson

By Jodi Guglielmi
Updated September 22, 2015 08:30 PM
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Is that you, Woody Harrelson?

The actor stepped out on the set of his upcoming film LBJ dressed head to toe as former U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson – and he was almost unrecognizable!

Harrelson struck an uncanny resemblance to the 36th president as he sported slicked back, dark gray hair and a tanner complexion. He even completed the transformation by altering his ears to look more like Johnson’s.

Harrelson was wearing a sleek gray suit with a white collared shirt and a black tie, as well as a presidential pin on the lapel of his jacket.

LBJ chronicles the life of the former president, from his younger days growing up in Texas to his rise to political success in the White House.

Harrelson, 54, is the latest in a line of actors to recently take on the role of the esteemed president. In fact, 11 actors have played LBJ in the past.

Bryan Cranston won a Tony Award for Best Actor in 2014 for his portrayal of Johnson in the Broadway play All the Way. The HBO adaption of the play is set to air in 2016.

“Physically and emotionally Bryan completely channels LBJ,” director Jay Roach previously told PEOPLE of Cranston’s performance.

Liev Schreiber also filled LBJ’s seat in the Oval Office in the 2013 film The Butler.

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LBJ is hits theaters in 2016.