The English actor, 56, who portrays former President Bill Clinton in the FX mini-series, donned a dark blue plaid suit with a light blue shirt and dark blue tie.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Academy Award-nominated actor had his brown locks neatly combed at the debut of the latest Ryan Murphy project, a new look at Clinton's 1998 impeachment amid his sexual interactions with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
The latest: Clive Owen, 56, looked dapper as he walked the red carpet in West Hollywood, California on Wednesday evening at the Impeachment: American Crime Story premiere at the Pacific Design Center
Clinton infamously said he 'did not have sexual relations with that woman' in regards to Lewinsky, leading to impeachment from the House of Representatives until he was cleared by the Senate.
Owen last month told Vanity Fair that he was surprised when executive producers Murphy and Brad Simpson pitched the presidential role to him.
'To be honest with you, I said to them, why are you coming to me?' he said. 'One: I’m English. And two: I don’t really look like him.'
Simpson told the outlet that casting the role of the 42nd commander in chief 'one of the biggest casting challenges of the show,' as 'Clinton is one of the most recognized men in the world, and has a distinct look and voice.'