The ever-changing face of Rowan Atkinson

'Four Weddings and a Funeral' - The actor played a vicar in the 1994 rom-com. 

BAFTAs - The comedy star looks nonchalant at the 1995 BAFTA Awards in a fantastic pair of glasses.

Mr. Bean - Mr. Bean has become an iconic comedy character over the years, primarily for his stupidity and range of facial expressions.

London 2012 - Atkinson made an iconic appearance during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Summer Olympics, in character as Mr. Bean.

Edmund Blackadder - Atkinson was also hugely famous for his role in the TV comedy series 'Blackadder.' 

Royal wedding - The comedian was appropriately dressed up for the service following the wedding of the then-Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005.

'Keeping Mum' - Atkinson plays Walter, a uninspiring vicar who manages to send most of his congregation, including his wife and family.

Goodwood 2006 - The comedian is a racing fanatic and a big car lover, and has often attended the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

'Mr. Bean's Holiday' - Here is Atkinson doing what he does best: being Bean, this time at the London premiere of 'Mr. Bean's Holiday' in 2007.

'Johnny English Reborn' - Atkinson reprised his role as the hopeless secret service agent in 2011, with the release of 'Johnny English Reborn.'

Goodwood Revival 2012 - A frazzled Atkinson leaves his car at the Goodwood Revival festival.

Her Majesty - Another snap of the British comedy star looking awkward around royalty in 2012.

Royal recognition - Atkinson was awarded a CBE by the late Queen Elizabeth II in 2013 for his contribution to British comedy.

25th anniversary - Mr. Bean causes mayhem outside Buckingham Palace to celebrate the 25th birthday of the clueless comedic character.

Maigret -
One of the actor's most recent big roles has been starring in the 'Maigret' TV movies as a somber French detective.

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