The Hollywood star, 58, said he enjoys being spotted in public and couldn’t imagine going back to being an everyday man.
Speaking on the Graham Norton Show he said: “People don’t talk about the fact that being recognisable is 99.9 per cent good and people are nice to you. People stop me in the street to say they love me, and who doesn’t want to be loved?
“It’s mostly good, but once in a while you ask yourself what it would be like to walk through the world anonymously so I decided to experiment with that. I had a disguise made by a special effects make-up artist and I walked through The Grove shopping mall in California, which is the worst place if you are celebrity.