Colin Farrell is on break from his latest project as production halted amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The In Bruges star, 43, appeared in high spirits, as he kept his heart rate up on a brisk dog walk on Saturday at Griffith Park in Los Angeles.
During his break from isolation, the Golden Globe winner sported a pair of athletic shorts and kept his nose and mouth covered under a makeshift black face mask.
Staying active: Colin Farrell appeared in high sprits, as he kept his heart rate up on a brisk dog walk on Saturday at Griffith Park in Los Angeles
The Dublin-born actor, who underwent ACL surgery at the end of 2018, wore two rehabilitative braces to prevent any further injury to his knees.
Last March, the father-of-two opened up about battling depression after having his ligament repaired.
'I felt so vulnerable. I couldn’t get around, my leg was strapped up and I had an ice machine around the clock for the first seven days of recovery,' he said on his brother-in-law podcast The Steven Farrell Podcast. 'I couldn’t walk and it made me angry.'
Cautious: The Dublin-born actor, who underwent ACL surgery surgery at the end of 2018, wore two rehabilitative braces to prevent any further injury to his knees
He added: 'Oh my god, it did a number. I suffered from a very brief, but pretty significant depression for a space of two weeks. I was very down to the point where I got online and I looked at ACL surgery and depression.'
Farrell was recently gearing up for his role in the highly-anticipated The Batman, before production was shutdown in March.
For his role in the Robert Pattinson-led film, the actor has been announced to be playing the villainous Penguin.
Yearning for the future: Colin