Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin shave Jeremy Strong’s head post-finale
Spoiler alert! Succession stars Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin helped give their co-star Jeremy Strong a new look after filming the Season 4 finale of the popular HBO show. A crew member shared a video on TikTok of the two actors shaving Strong’s head as other cast members and crew looked on and members of the crew shared behind-the-scenes footage on social media. In the final moments of the video, Culkin cracks an egg on Strong’s newly bald head. Fans of the show loved the footage and expressed relief in seeing the cast seemingly at peace following the intense finale.
What happened in the Succession Season 4 finale?
The 90-minute finale saw the question of who would succeed Logan Roy as CEO finally answered, with Tom Wambsgans (Matthew Macfadyen) winning out in the end.
Who shaved Jeremy Strong’s head?
Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin gave Strong an at-home buzzcut after filming the final episode of the season.
What did fans think of the behind-the-scenes footage?
Fans of the show loved seeing the cast seemingly at peace following the intense finale.
Post-finale, Jeremy Strong’s head gets shaved by Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin.
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
After the season four finale of the hit HBO series “Succession” aired on Sunday night, co-stars Sarah Snook, 35, and Kieran Culkin gave a buzz cut to their castmate Jeremy Strong. The trio plays the Roy siblings on the show.
A video shared by a crew member on TikTok shows Culkin telling Strong to check his head in the mirror before handing the clippers to Snook, who played Shiv Roy, and letting her finish the job. Other cast members and crew were seen watching and participating in the action. At the end of the video, Culkin cracks an egg on Strong’s newly bald head, seemingly a nod to an earlier scene where Strong’s character chugs a smoothie made with raw eggs.
Fans were delighted by the behind-the-scenes glimpse of the cast and crew of one of television’s most popular shows. Viewers posted comments expressing their joy at the family coming together after the show’s tense and dramatic season finale.
The writers of “Succession” have been planning the major plot twists of season four for a long time, according to one of the show’s writers. During an interview with Page Six, writer Georgia Pritchett explained that the idea of killing off patriarch Logan Roy had been discussed for many seasons. She said, “We’ve discussed it every season, but I think the dynamic between him and the children was just glorious for us to want to do it before now. So we waited till the last season.”
The season four finale finally answered the question of who would succeed Logan Roy as CEO, with Tom Wambsgans, played by Matthew Macfadyen, winning the role.