Is Hugh Jackman the secret love child of Fred Astaire? How else can you explain the Australian star's long-standing obsession with top hats over the years?
"The Boy From Oz" (2003): Hugh Jackman made his Broadway debut in a jukebox musical about fellow Australian song-and-dance man Peter Allen.
"The Prestige" (2006): Jackman played a top hat-sporting magician in Christopher Nolan's twisty thriller opposite Christian Bale as his arch-rival.
Oscars (2009): Hosting the 2009 Academy Awards, Jackman showed some old-fashioned razzle-dazzle in a Beyonce-boosted opening number.
Halloween Family Outing (2010): Jackman brought a formal look when he took his wife and kids trick-or-treating in New York City's West Village.
"Les Misérables" (2012): As a good man named Jean Valjean on the run from the law, Jackman once again sported a hat, this time through the streets of Paris in the Oscar-winning "Les Misérables."
"Late Show With David Letterman" (2013): Appearing on the "Late Show With David Letterman" after picking up an Oscar nod for "Les Miz," Jackman donned a beard and stovepipe to tweak fellow nominee and "Lincoln" star Daniel Day-Lewis.
"The Greatest Showman" (2017): The actor again donned a tall chapeau to play circus impresario P.T. Barnum in the musical biopic "The Greatest Showman."