Underwood 2016! Kevin Spacey Debuts House of Cards Presidential Portrait at the Smithsonian
The star showed up in character for the big debut
Kevin Spacey is looking even more presidential than usual the days.
The House of Cards actor helped unveil a presidential portrait of his character Frank Underwood at The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Monday. It was a fitting venue, as the museum is the only place outside of the White House to boast a complete collection of presidential portraits.
Spacey came to the event in character to unveil the portrait by British artist Jonathan Yeo, with guests getting a sneak peek at House of Cards‘ fourth season.
“I’m pleased that the Smithsonian continues to prove itself as a worthwhile institution,” Spacey (as Underwood) said. “I’m one step closer to convincing the rest of the country that I am the President.”
House of Cards season 4 debuts on Netflix March 4.