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Best Cheech Marin Costume Guide
Cheech Marin is a popular stand-up comedian, actor, voice actor, writer, and activist. He rose to fame by being the other half of the musical comedy duo Cheech & Chong during the 1970s to 1980s. However, he ended this professional union with partner Tommy Chong in 1985 to pursue a more serious solo acting career. Since their disbandment, Cheech was known to appear as an actor in films such as Born in East L.A., The Shrimp on the Barbie, Tin Cup, and Once Upon a Time in Mexico. From movies, he made the transition to television by co-starring in the Golden Girls spinoff The Golden Palace. But he is more well-known on the television show Nash Bridges.
Get the look of the funny man with this Cheech Marin costume guide. Wear a muscle shirt, some brown pants, red suspenders, a red beanie, and brown sandals. Don’t forget a black hair wig, a fake mustache, and a fake cigar.
Cheech Marin Cosplay Costumes
Cheech Marin became known to the world as part of a comedy duo with friend and co-writer Tommy Chong. When he came into his own as a solo actor and artist, he used his comedic talent to launch his career as a solo comedian and actor. This explains why his iconic look is loud, eccentric, and out there. To live up to Cheech Marin’s loud personality, you need to live up to his equally loud look. Start with a pair of ordinary brown pants and pair it with a muscle shirt. Put on some red suspenders to look more unique. If you don’t already have naturally long hair, get a black wig and a fake mustache to get that original Cheech look. Finish it off with a red beanie to make sure you stand out from any crowd.
Don’t have fun on your own! Get your best friend to dress up as your original comedic partner, Tommy Chong, and give the world a reunion.
About Cheech Marin
Apart from his many movie and television appearances, including a cameo on Ghostbusters 2, Cheech Marin has also rendered his voice for many animated characters for Disney – a fact not very well known to a lot of people. He offered his voice for characters like Tito the Chihuahua in the 1988 film “Oliver and Company”, Banzai the hyena in “Lion King”, and Ramone in “Cars” 1, 2, and 3. He has even given his voice for a Puerto Rican folk hero character named Juan Bobo for the animated children series “Dora the Explorer.”
While his career is known to revolve around comedy in music, television, and film, Cheech Marin has actually also released two best-selling children’s albums called “My Name is Cheech, The School Bus Driver” and “Coast to Coast.” Both of these children’s albums were released bilingually. In 2007, a children’s book version of the first album was released, following the same name.