*Eyes Of Jasper Thompson




the ever growing visual database
(well, huge table) of celebrities with


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*) Original poster of Eyes of Laura Mars by Irvin Kershner (1978)



My left eye.

The above diagram was made from a small horizontal section of the same picture: a maximum colour saturation shows how the chromatic range of my iris
contains potentially all the colours of Earth's Nature, from the blue of skies and waters to the green of plants, to the brown tones of the Earth itself.



My right eye (scanned alive !)
All of the intermediate tones from the amber crown around the pupil to the circumference vary and seem to change depending on (wheater/light/environ/mental ?)
conditions, with shades more green or more bluish and sometimes creating the illusion of a grey whole -- which doesn't seem to be there at all, in any pictures!


Article about CENTRAL HETEROCHROMIA from Wikipedia:

Whereas Heterochromia (also known as a heterochromia iridis or heterochromia iridum) is an eye condition in which one iris is a different color from the other (complete heterochromia), Central Heterochromia is an eye condition in which there are two different colors in the same iris. Central Heterochromia is where the central (pupillary) zone of the iris is a different color than the mid-peripheral (ciliary) zone.
Eye color is determined primarily by the concentration and distribution of melanin pigment within the iris tissues, anything affecting those factors may result in a difference of color being observed.[...] The human iris can be seen in a number of various colors. There are three true colors in the eyes that determine the outward appearance; brown, yellow, and grey. How much of each color an individual has determines the appearance of his or her eye color.[...]
Eyes displaying Central Heterochromia are often referred to as "cat eyes" because of the appearance of a multi-colored iris. Central Heterochromia appears to be prevalent in irides containing low amounts of melanin.[...] Central Heterochromia does not label an eye as hazel. This is because the outer ring of an eye affected by Central Heterochromia is that iris's true color.


Article about HAZEL eyes (classification of color) from Wikipedia:

Hazel eyeHazel eyes are due to a combination of a Rayleigh scattering and a more than moderate amount of melanin in the iris' anterior border layer.[...]
Hazel eyes often appear to shift in color from a light brown to a medium golden-dark green. A number of studies using three-point scales have assigned "hazel" to be the medium-color between the lightest shade of blue and darkest shade of brown.[...] This can sometimes produce a multicolored iris, i.e., an eye that is light brown near the pupil and charcoal or amber/dark green on the outer part of the iris (and vice versa) when observed in sunlight. Hazel is commonly found in Europe, some regions of the Middle East, North America, parts of Central Asia and parts of South Asia.
Definitions of the eye color "hazel" vary: it is sometimes considered to be synonymous with light-brown and gold.[...]
In North America, "hazel" is often used to describe eyes that appear to change color.



Here on Urban Dictionary you can find an interesting definition of "hazel eyes ": "Otherwise known as "mood eyes"



From the Google diagnostic (one of the webmaster tools) information on this site, I see that most of the visitors are from the U.S. and U.K., mostly looking for the eye color of "celebs", or info about ChC in general; here are some of the questions appearing in the search engines box that I feel I can suggest quick answers:

Is central heterochromia bad and/or Can heterochromia kill ?

Most certainly, NO; ChC could kill someone else for its excessive coolness, but the owner -or carrier- is relatively as safe as any other earthling=). Despite the ambiguity of the English noun (used also on Wikipedia) related to a part of the human body, in this case the meaning of "condition" is "a mode or state of being" rather than "a disease or physical ailment". Even though we've got evidence of modifications or "evolution" of Chc in time -See the Robert G. Case below- Central HeteroChromia is very likely here to stay, as a "mode or state of being"; and to think that this "additional beauty" is a disease, is pure madness! (or is it addictional beauty?)

Hazel eyes crazy eyes ?

This reminds me a line from the lyrics of the beautiful song I would for you by Perry Farrell (#1 in the photo gallery): "You say my eyes / are crazy eyes"...
As you can see in this gallery, from the most extravagant leader of Jane's Addiction on, there's a lot of "creative" or "artistic" Central-HeteroChromatic people around; actors, movie directors, comedians, supermodels, singers... My personal suggestion is to forget about the "crazy" thing, which could actually affect all of them -and us- and to look at the good one: they're all famous and rich... So, let's concentrate on that point, shall we?

Central heterochromia and Clozapine ?

Don't know who googled this out, but I imagine it was one who noticed a change of some degree in his/her eye's color while under that kind of treatment; now, i know for sure (by personal experience) that some kind of the so-called "antipsychotic" drugs can actually modify the color of the iris (i.e. causing central-heterochromia) along with everything else -or the "invisible" part of the "soul" (psykhē)- behind it. This could actually be the proof that "eyes are the mirror of the soul"... I couldn't be more specific about the drug responsible of causing such effect, but it surely belongs to the category of Clozapine and, as far as I know, this non-undesired effect will cease with the consumption of it. Again, by personal experience I can assure you that in the end that peculiar, short-term, yet unique non-undesired effect is the only one in the scale of positivity ; so think about it, drug users.



Mushroom Pictures

The apocalyptic, psychedelic intro of Australian film company Mushroom Pictures ends up with the appearance of this Big Eye with
unmistakable colours (from the movie "Chopper")



of central-heterochromatic people



Perry Farrell

The eyes of Perry Farrell, former lead singer of Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros,
here on the cover of "Song yet to be sung", his solo début

Perry Farrell

Still from the Italian TV show Top Secret about UFOs.
Maybe there's a reason for using this peculiar image
amongst E.T.s and flying saucers.... And maybe not.

Anyway, our eye comes back later during the show, in this full-screen macro:


Faye Dunaway
When I decided to change the title of this site I already knew the star of 1978 "fashion thriller" Eyes of Laura Mars, Faye Dunaway, was central-heterochromatic, and yet I wasn't able to find a good picture of her eye; today, when I have finally found this one, the actress is about 70 y.o. and she's been like ...restored up to the point of "madamism". Luckily enough, they (still) haven't changed her eyeballs, as we can see here. A's eye
Pictures from the campaign of Calvin Klein seen at the end of the 21st millennium both in magazines and TV ads; perhaps the first campaign based on E-mailing A's eye
Christina Ricci, actress C's eye
Supermodel Kate Moss Jack's eye
Supermodel Christy Turlington
Jack Nicholson... Need I say more? Jack's eye
Norwegian singer Lene Marlin L's eye

Sarah Michelle Gellar, actress

S's eye
Actor and Hollywood producer Tom Cruise T's eye
British actor Jonathan Pryce is the casual hero in Terry Gilliam's masterpiece Brazil (1985)


In the eye of Newzealander Barry Watson, the leading actor in "Boogeyman" (2004) capillary vessels and creature reflection are CGI... his irises are not.

Kyle "Agent Cooper" McLachlan as Paul Atreides in "Dune" (1984)


by the way, I happened to google out his mother Lady Jessica -played by British actress Francesca Annis- in this hi-res still from the movie:Francesca Annis

which brings us to the unavoidable line: "For the father... (the blue eyed German actor Jürgen Prochnow) Nothing!"=)

Jack Black, in two still images from Peter Jackson's "King Kong" (2005).

Adrien Brody

Kim Novak, main actress in Hitchcok's masterpiece "Vertigo" (1958); of that famous (re)transformation of Judy into Madelaine we can see here the revealing shot of her eye

Cary Grant

Archibald Alexander Leach, best known as Cary Grant, " perhaps the foremost exemplar of the debonair leading man: handsome, charismatic, and charming." (Wikipedia)

Christian Bale, ultimate secret identity of Batman

"Sexiest man of the world" and deadly rival of Bale in the Oscar winner movie The Prestige, Hugh Jackman is also well known for being Wolverine in all the X-men movies. A wolverine with "cat's eyes"? Mmhh...

Amy Jade Winehouse ( (14 September 1983 – 23 July 2011) was an English singer-songwriter known for her powerful deep contralto vocals[1] and her eclectic mix of musical genres including R&B, soul and jazz. (Source: Wikipedia)

This self-portrait with a ladybug, from the young photographer of promise Gordon McBride, a.k.a. =P0RG on DeviantArt shows the eyes colouring that he tells us caused by the effects of the Sunlight on his iris, which is usually brown... Strange, but valuable effect!

A 3DBeing here on YouTube shows how his eyes do not become lizard-like even when he's thinking about "lizerd" stuff... Could we accept this as evidence of his humanity? Of course, we like the round pupil when surrounded by those familiar colours.

Here's what I could say a perfect stranger:


Oliver Stone directed blockbusters such as Platoon and Natural Born Killers

A living comedy icon: Jerry Lewis -- As you may notice I don't like very much the modern photo portrating his "true colours"; but here's the link, just in case.

Robert Downey Jr.

higher & higher

Insectosaurus from the movie Monsters vs. Aliens

Popstar Rihanna (someone says they're Acuvue brand contacts =)

Image from the music video of "I know the trip" (album "Too many days without thinking" - 1997) by the Greatest Underrated Californian Band ever: SWELL


We don't mind whose eye -in which the camera dives zooming in the opening scene- is it but, again, its colours...


Showing also an interesting case of heteroforia, along with our more "ambiguos" heterochromatic features, this is actress/singer Emma Roberts

Are classic blue eyes those of super-action-movie-hero Bruce Willis? You may have read that on some websites ...well no, they are not simply "blue": and we got the proof right here

In her online portfolio, Italian model Hedy Nerito shows us her beautiful look... and much more

Actress Lake Bell

Here's Kristin Kreuk from the TV series Smalville




Grey, or what?

English/French actress Kristin Scott Thomas seems to have a lovely pair of eyes for every occasion; in fact they change, but they don't need any intervention by the owner.
In this frame from the movie Easy virtue we can see their actual colour(s):


Another special Scott is Emily, named "sexiest Australian woman"; I wonder why there are so few face shot of her on the web!

Harrison Ford. Da man.

Here on Picasa Web is one of the most beautiful living creature I've ever seen in my life; and it happens to have also the most beautiful eyes.
If human "hazel" eyes are called "cat's eyes", how should we call these?

Actress Jennifer Connelly shows extremely light shades of different colors in her iris

Alan Rickman often plays the bad guy in bad movies; but his eyes look good  enough to me

Al Pacino; he's an actor

This one is... well... mmhh... Niro... De Niro... Hey! It's Robert De Niro!
Now, I'm afraid we're running out of (cinema) stars

Class 1999, Isa Briones is already a veteran in the show biz

Good ol' Bill Murray

English actor Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient, Schindler's List...)
Perhaps his eyes are more blue-greyish-like than green-blueish-like but, definitely, heterochromatic

Rowan Atkinson is worlwide known as Mr. Bean. Intense look!

Tim Roth, British actor

Mr. Steven Spielberg is a professional movie director; I guess you have already heard the name

Kevin Spacey here as Lex Luthor in Superman Return
Andy Garcia is a Cuban/American actor
Owen Wilson is Dwight in Sin City (the movie ;-)
American actress/singer Hillary Duff
Alicia Silverstone is Batgirl (sometimes)
Orlando Bloom is Legolas in the Lord Of The Rings, Will Turner in Pirates Of The Caribbean and Paris in Troy
Steve Tyler, lead singer of the rock band Aerosmiths
Terry Gilliam, actor and director (Brazil, Twelve Monkeys) and American part of the famous English group Monty Phyton; this pic wasn't convincing me ...
so here's another one
This dude's Christian Slater, actor
Angelina Jolie; the same light shades as Jennifer Connelly and Ralph Fiennes, but bigger lips
Maybe the strangest case of heterochromia in this list is that of Mr. Harvey Keitel; it just gives him a strange look. Not to tell the rest of his face.
We all remember the very, very bad dream of Dan at Winkie's in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive; this great actor is Patrick Fischler, and here's the enlargement of his right eye
Her name is Emily Browning, actress
Mickey Rourke, actor


Sharbat Gula

Read the complete article and watch the whole Hi-Res picture on The New World Encyclopedia

Sharbat Gula

The famous cover photograph of the June 1985 issue of National Geographic was of an Afghan refugee, a beautiful young girl with hauntingly green eyes. The photograph was taken at the Nasir Bagh refugee camp in 1984 by photographer Steve McCurry. The girl was one of the students in an informal school within the refugee camp; McCurry, rarely given the opportunity to photograph Afghan women, seized the opportunity and captured her image. She was approximately 12 years old at the time.
Although her name was not known, her picture, titled "Afghan Girl," appeared on the June 1985 cover of National Geographic. The image of her face, with a red scarf draped loosely over her head and with her piercing sea-green eyes staring directly into the camera, became a symbol both of the 1980s Afghan conflict and of the refugee situation worldwide. The image itself was named as "the most recognized photograph" in the history of the magazine.


Sparkle in your eye

You can see the original, full-sized photographs of this beautiful pair of eyes pictured by Miss XskeletonflowerX here on DeviantArt
Of course they are equally beautiful, yet they don't belong to her both; the one on the left -she says- is that of her friend Andi.
-- Anyway they're both of mine now!


Prof. Xavier

The retinal scan of Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) in this still image from the (first) film allows us to see his iris; test passed, he really is an X-man!


The William Shatner as Capt. Kirk

Eternal sunshine

This is Katie Winslet's "ugly doll" in the movie Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind: as we can see, she's not completely ugly


The name is Ellen Sandweiss, and her eyes look way better before the demonic possession in Sam Raimi's almost-classic gore B-movie The evil dead

Aliens in the attic

Another CG-guy, one of the little invaders from the movie Aliens in the attic; pentagonal pupil, sesquipedal iris

Stacy Keach : TV and movies actor
Christopher Johnson is the friendly prawn in the alien-apartheid allegory District 9 (2009)
Jean Claude Dreyfus, French actor here in La cité des enfants perdus (1995)
Michael Stuhlbarg starring in Coen brothers' A serious man (2009)
Daniel Day Lewis : he's a British/Irish Hollywood actor... Of course, he's Jewish, too.

Aliens in the attic

Still image from the French sci-fi movie Dante 01 (2008); the eye belongs to French actor Lambert Wilson




Tarsiers are haplorrhine primates of the genus Tarsius, a genus in the family Tarsiidae, which is itself the lone extant family within the infraorder Tarsiiformes.
Although the group was once more widespread, all the species living today are found in the islands of Southeast Asia.

Searching for "tarsier" on Google Images, you'll find mostly eterochromatic tarsiers like this one on Wordpress:


PHOTO CREDIT http://phhuber.wordpress.com/2009/11/27/von-toffen-und-tarsiern/csc_7216 >> Click to see the full size picture


But not all of the tarsiers are the same; compare this picture from RUSSGM on Flicker (1) and that from the GREENSCREEN website (2)






Paul McCartney
Sir Paul McCartney starring with The Beatles in their 1967 movie Magical Mistery Tour; now look closer:
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney

BULL'S EYE!!...?
No, it's "cat's eye" ;-)


Charlie Sheen enlarging his own eye with a magnifying glass in The Arrival (1995) ... Thanks for your helping Charlie!

Rufus Sewell ; "has appeared in some of the most acclaimed theatre, film and television productions" (Wikipedia)

Supermodel Kelly Brook

Odette Yustman; she's a Colombian/French/Italian model and actress

Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, best known as Lady Gaga. They say she's a singer.

TV and movie actor Callum Keith Rennie, here in two still images from the film Case 39.

Clea DuVall, Californian actress

James Franco starring in 127 hours, of which these are still images.

(from Tennessee, USA)

For sending this gorgeous close up of her (very CHC) eyes:

Rachel Ogier


(from Washington D.C., USA)


Tyler Riipinen claims his heritage (See: heredity) to be Finnish and Native American;
this is his eye, sporting an amazing color pattern in this macro:





Jim Carrey

I couldn't promise it's him; I Googled this pic out.



and now...
or just the first one to be well-documented!?


Robert G

by Robert G. from Ohio, USA

"I first noticed my changing eyes when I was in 8th grade and I was helping my parents purchase a new laptop and I had the responsibility of making sure all the digital family photos were saved onto a flash drive and I was looking at a close up of me in about the first grade, then the next photo was one in 6th grade of me and my friends and I think we might have been in front of a window when it was taken because my eyes were lit up by sunlight and i noticed that it looked like i had a blurry aqua color blotch on my left eye and i turned back to the kindergarten photo and to my surprise it wasn't there!
So I went to the mirror and checked it out and nearly the whole outside of both my eyes was that aqua color!
Later I also started noticing that there were these light brown, almost yellow "veins" coming from the brown inner circle which made me really think that my eyes were really changing color!"

Here's the "evolution" of Robert's irises from his childhood on:

RG evolution

Here's Robert's eye NOW :

Rachel Ogier

Thank you for sharing your story!


(from Orange County, CA- USA)

Here's the portrait of his right eye:


and this is an interesting close up of the iris:





This is the third central-heterochromatic X-guy I've spotted in the X-men movies... so far.
After actors Patrick Stewart (Prof. Xavier) and Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) here's Famke Janssen (Jean Grey)
So now, let's check out Cycl... hey, no, wait a sec...

Fammke Janssen

This is Fammke's eye again, in a still image from the 1995 movie Lord of Illusions


Katie Holmes

TV and movie actress Katie Holmes

Michael Palin

This gentleman is Michael Palin and he's the third member of the famous British group Monty Python - after Terry Gilliam and John Cleese - to be recognized as central-heterochromatic...

Who'll be next?*

Rachel Weisz

Rachel Weisz, actress

Paz de la Huerta

Paz de la Huerta

Julianne Moore

Watching "A Single Man" by Tom Ford I happened to notice actress Julianne Moore's ChC, in this distorted close up of his eye...

Colin Firth

...And the protagonist too, 2011 Academy-Awarded Colin Firth; a great actor indeed


*) Terry Jones!

I must admit I already knew the answer, when I wrote the question about the "next Python" above, since I caught Mr. Jones' peculiar (brown/water) CHC in some of the MP shows and/or movies some time ago.
Since it seems I can't google out a bigger close-up of his eye, here are three medium-size pics of them... Hope it will suffice=)

Terry Jones

So then, 4 out of 6 Monty Python guys were central-heterochromatic... Does this suggest anything, apart from a good idea for a banner for this site?



Unchangeable Isabella

Isabella Rossellini

Thanks to the case of Robert G., we now know that central-heterochromia may evolve since our first years of age, changing the iris from mono-chromatic to a complete (radial) Rayleigh scattering.
We don't know which color were Isabella Rossellini's eyes when she was a child, but from the beginning of her modeling career in the 80s (on the right=) up to nowadays (left) her eyes haven't changed a bit



Sophia Loren

So that's how they used to call "cat eyes" in 1960... or is "cat eyes" the way they call "tiger eyes" today?...




I've always thought that Joaquin Phoeinx was quite a special-looking guy, except for his "ordinary" blue eyes...

Joaquim Phoenix

Finally today I know why he looks so cool  to me:


He's another star in our heterochromatic sky!



Still image from the 2002 Italian movie Paz! dedicated to cartoonist Andrea Pazienza


the eye belongs very likely to actor Massimo Taranto:

Massimo Taranto


An interesting sequence from the independent, "weird" 2008 stop-motion animation feature film $9.99 with subtitles:




Of course Lenny is true as much as corny, that's the best part of her body, indeed!
But if you wonder about the reason of this peculiar choice for his lover's eyes, you may find a clue in this picture of Tatiana Rosenthal:

Tatiana Rosenthal

director of the movie itself.



Dustin Hoffman

Watching The Graduate tonight I've discovered that both Dustin Hoffman and Katharine Ross are central-heterochromatic...
Too bad I couldn't find a good big picture of her on the web, but here's Dustin (now about 70 y.o.) ...

Katharine McPhee

...And while googling for Katharine Ross I happened to find out this picture of a Katharine McPhee; then I discovered she's an "American pop singer, songwriter, actress, model, and television personality"... And -guess what- she's CHC, too!

Kay Panabaker

... I also happened to google out Kay Panabaker ...

Danielle Panabaker

...And her sister Danielle. Panabaker, as well. They're both TV and cinema actresses.

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman, actress. Her eyes seem to be mostly brown in movies, so I just didn't consider her until I saw this pic here...

Val Kilmer

This is Val Kilmer; actor.

Beyonce Knowles

Beyonce Knowles. Singer... I guess.

Bob Hopkins

Bob Hopkins, actor mostly known for Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Justin Bieber

I didn't know what a Justin Bieber was, until now. It seems to be some sort of a kid to me, but he's quite ChC, too.


The Smiths

Willard Christopher "Will" Smith, Jr. "married actress Jada Pinkett in 1997. Together they have had two children: Jaden Christopher Syre (born 1998),
his co-star in The Pursuit of Happyness, and Willow Camille Reign (born 2000), who appeared as his daughter in I Am Legend." (Source: Wikipedia)

Mr. "Fresh Prince" doesn't seem to be heterochromatic, but here's his wife:

Jada Pinkett Smith

Jada Pinkett Smith...

Willow Smith

and his daughter, Willow Smith.


(still looking for a good pic of Jaden Smith -- anyone?)


This is the transformation sequence from vampire-killer priest to the uber-vampire named "Black Hat" in the 2011 movie Priest by C.S. Stewart:



and this is the final look of the villain's eye:

where we can see the reflection of his chosen victim, along with a central-heterochromatic iris.

But that's just a movie; let's take a look at the real thing.

This is the villain "Black Hat" played by Kiwi actor Karl (Heinz) Urban, who has already played Bones in Star Trek and Eomer in The Lord of the Rings

Karl Urban



........ and here's his almost-victim in the movie, English actress Lily Collins:Lily Collins


Battleship / John Carter

The storyline of "Battleship" from IMDB: "A fleet of ships is forced to do battle with an armada of unknown origins in order to discover and thwart their destructive goals."
This movie will be released in 2012; in the trailer we hear "dad" Liam Neeson (as the Admiral) saying to his daughter's boyfriend, Canadian actor Taylor Kitsch:


Very likely Liam hasn't seen this still image from another 2012 movie trailer, John Carter, starring the very same Kitsch:John Carter

Not a great mystery to us!, is it?


The Apple/CC/B-Ellie Eye

I've found this image on the Google News page today; it comes from webnews.it, and it is licensed under CC (Creative Common share alike):


I discovered that it is based on a photo by "Bellie Flopper" (very likely one Ellie Burton) and even on her own eye, as we can see here on Flickr:

Bellie Flopper's
"Sunflower Eye"
(Some rights reserved)

Following (B)ellie's photostream we can find -along with some good shot- that she's quite aware of the beauty of her own eyes, and that her ChC factor comes directly from her mom.


Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg, "american actor" (and former rapper)

Antonio Banderas

José Antonio Domínguez Banderas, better known as Antonio Banderas, is "a Spanish film actor, film director, film producer and singer" (really?)

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan, "American actress, pop singer and model"

George Clooney

George Clooney, actor, film director, producer, and screenwriter.

Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan, English comedian, actor, writer and producer.

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson, American actress

Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts ...oh, well now


The Arquettes

Arquette bros.

An "artistic" family, the Arquettes; sons of two actors, all of the siblings are in the showbiz. From left to right: Alexis, Rosanna, Richmond, Patricia and David

Patricia Patricia, actress (Lost highways) and director
(don't know why she's my favourite of the bunch)
Rosanna Rosanna, actress (Pulp Fiction), film director, and producer
David David, actor, film director, producer, screenwriter, fashion designer, and occasional professional wrestler (!?)
(I remember he seemed to be kind of geeky as a cop in Scream)

Dulcis in Fundo, Alexis (born Robert) trans woman, actress, musician, and cabaret performer

(still looking for a good pic of Richmond Arquette...)

This deserves an anthropological note; as we can see here central heterochromia affects all kinds of people at the bottom of the skies including blacks, jews, cats and...

Philippine Tarsier Wikimedia

I know, I know, this is another tarsier, but he's just too cute... (click to enlarge)


In the 2011 movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes actor James Franco (see above) as Will Rodman explains the effect
of the cure for the Alzheimer disease, injected into the mother of the apes that will eventually rule the Planet (this one):

There have been absolutely no side effects associated with 1-12, with one exception:


for some reason, the chimp's irises exhibit flex of green;
actually it was first noticed in chimp 9, hence her nickname

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

"Bright Eyes"

more Planet

It's true:

Strangely enough, I happened to notice the occurence of ChC-eyed specimens from various species, including the lovely
prosimian tarsier above, but no "apes" (or non-human primates) at all; in this movie we can see how it would look like:

Rise of the planet of the apes

And this is the sixth case of "artificial central-heterochromatic eyes" in this gallery!



Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe, Actor: Gladiator. Born in New Zealand, Russell has made his home in Australia since he was a small child ...
You may read the rest on IMDB.

Kyle Chandler

Kyle Chandler, American actor; seen recently in Super 8

Kevin Costner

Another K.C. is American actor and director Kevin Costner, here showing us the light pattern in his eye

Ellen Page

Ellen Page, a young Canadian actress, and another interesting case of central-heterochromia associated with a mild heterophoria

Justin Theroux

Justin Theroux, actor, cousin of the famous writer and British TV personality Louis Theroux; he starred in both of my favourite (Lynch's) films "Mulholland Dr." and "INLAND EMPIRE", even though he's not my favourite actor.... Sure he's central-heterochromatic!

Louis Theroux

Louis Theroux, famous writer, British TV personality and cousin of famous actor Justin Theroux... I think you already know that.

Mads Mikkelsen

Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen; he was one-eyed both in Casino Royale and Valhalla Rising, but he's got two eyes, and they're both central-heterochromatic!

Eliza Dushku

Eliza Dushku "is an American actress known for her television roles" (Wikipedia)

Ashley Greene

Ashley Michele Greene (...) "is an American actress and model, best known for playing Alice Cullen in the film adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight novels" (Wikipedia)

Neil Gaiman

Neil Richard Gaiman: "is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, audio theatre and films." (Wikipedia)

Jackson Rathbone

Monroe Jackson Rathbone V (...) better known as Jackson Rathbone, is an American actor and musician. He is perhaps best known for his role as Jasper Hale in The Twilight Saga and for playing Sokka in The Last Airbender (Wikipedia)

Demi Moore

Demi Guynes Kutcher (born November 11, 1962 as Demi Gene Guynes), known professionally as Demi Moore, is an American actress. (Wikipedia)

John Malkovich

John Gavin Malkovich (...) is an American actor, producer, director and fashion designer. (Wikipedia)


The Ackles case

Jensen Ross Ackles (born March 1, 1978) is an American actor. He is known for his roles in television as Eric Brady in Days of our Lives, which earned him several Daytime Emmy Award nominations, as well as Alec/X5-494 in Dark Angel and Jason Teague in Smallville. Ackles currently stars as Dean Winchester on the CW series Supernatural. (Wikipedia)

Here's a close-up of his eyes: plain, dull, ordinary green eyes

Jensen Ackles

but here's another portrait of Ackles, revealing the reason why he's in this gallery:

Jensen Ackles

...He's Supernatural !





[11/07/2011] Hi!  I stumbled onto your website about heterochromia today while doing some research.  My puppy's left eye is half light brown and half bright blue (I included a picture of it - it looks fake but it's not.  I wish I had a better picture, but 12 week old puppies don't stay still very well!)  I was wishing I had heterochromia because I think it's beautiful, when I discovered central heterochromia.  My eyes have always been three distinct colors: brown around the pupil, green in the middle, and dark gray/blue around the outside.  They generally look dark green.  I had to shine a very bright flashlight in my eye for the picture I'm attaching.  

Sorry for the image quality - I just had my ipod laying around so I used that.  
Anyway, thanks, and I love the website!

Thanks to you, Paula from Mississippi!
(and to your lovely friend Juno, too!)




"This film represents the first time the Smurfs are depicted with blue eyes" (IMDB) ...and not only blue, as we can see here



This is the eye of Athena, goddess of "wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, warfare, strength, strategy,
the arts, crafts, justice, and skill" (Wikipedia) in a still image from the movie Immortals by Tarsem Singh (2011):


Even though the movie is cramped with special FX, this is not the case; the eye belongs to Isabel Lucas, "an Australian actress and
model perhaps best known for her role as Tasha Andrews on the Australian television soap opera Home and Away" (Wikipedia):

Isabel Lucas

Kind of ...divine eyes, aren't they?


12/04/2011: Good News from England - UK:

Hi i’ve just found your website and loved it. 
My 15 yo daughter



discovered last week that her eyes are central heterochromatic so we looked closer at the rest of the immediate family.  My parents have both got this, my father has blue/grey/green and my mother has grey/green.  Mine are green/orangey brown.  My husband has regular blue eyes yet both of our children have chc eyes and so does our grandson. 
Chloe's are grey/blue/green and



's are blue/green/brown.  Roxanne's son



's are grey/blue.  My sister and my brother also have these multi toned eyes.  We have never seen them as unusual as we all have them! 
If it were hereditary I'd have expected the colours to have been similar for all of us, but from the attached photo's you'll see we are all very different. 
Both girls had blue eyes as children, mine were green, Alfie's were brilliant blue until the last few months.

Feel free to use my pictures.
Keep up the good work!
Best wishes




Thanks to Sharon and her wonderful *ChC* family!!


BAD movies, GOOD eyes

Stills from some bad movies that I've happened to watch recently;

The jacket

this is Adrian Brody's (see above) eye from The jacket (2005);


this one is Maxime Collin's fixed pupil in the middle of a ChC iris, and in the end of 1992 film Léolo



Irina Shayk

Irina Shayk (or Ирина Шайхлисламова) "is a Russian model known for her 2007 through 2011 appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue". (Wikipedia)

Rooney Mara

(Patricia) Rooney Mara is an American film and television actress. (Wikipedia)



In the 2005 Québécois film C.R.A.Z.Y. we can clearly see the central-heterochromatic pattern in Canadian actor Marc-André Grondin's iris




Among many other things popping out of Babylen's mind in Generation P (2011), we can see the ever visually appealing ChC eye

Generation P




Peter Jackson

I don't need no Wiki for Kiwi director Peter Jackson, one of my favourite since Bad Taste, now mostly known for his Lord of the Rings saga




"I have central heterochromia not like any on your site‏"

On 5.21.12 Margot wrote: I have never known that my eye color has a name... I know I have never known anyone with eyes quite the color of mine:


My eyes generally look green, but they actually have a dark blue outer rim, light grayish-blue-green iris, and yellow and brown freckles or flecks. The part that's different from photos I saw on your blog of central heterochromia is that the central ring around the pupil is dark gray, not brown. I have always put down "hazel" on forms when asked what color my eyes are, because I wasn't sure what color to put. They also look really bright green sometimes and blue other times :-)

My niece's eyes are such an unusual color that people stop and stare at her. They are very light seafoam green with blotches that look light orange, and they have and a very dark rim. These are really her eyes.. she doesn't wear contacts, and they have looked like this since she was a little girl:





Still image from the 2010 film L'immortel, aka 22 Bullets; the ChC iris is that of French actor Jean Reno

Jean Reno


(Geek Ad Wednesday)

original image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12832008@N04/2716782405/in/photostream/


Another interesting evolutionary ChC case

On 10.07.2012 Mike wrote: Hi Jasper; I just saw your website detailing heterochromia and was astonished to see so many big Hollywood names in the list!
Your theory equating heterochromia with 'greatness' or success has also occured to me in the past. Personally, I am the only person in my family (that I know of) with CH, although my story is similar to the 'My Evolving Iris' story you had posted in that my eyes were almost entirely blue until my mid-teens, then started to change as I aged from 16-20.


Now my eyes are green in the center, with a spiky, golden ring dividing my inner iris from a field of blue, terminating in darker, grey-green edges. So, I guess technically, my eyes are 'truly' green.If you would have me... I would be honored to be included on your site.I apologize for the picture quality, they were taken with my phone, and had to hold it very close to my face. After a few shots, the flash started to irritate my eyes, but I believe I got a good enough picture to show on your site.


Thank you for sharing, Mike!



The cover for spring 2012 issue of Breakthrough magazine


image and magazine are online at http://issuu.com/meruk/docs/breakthrough_spring2012?mode=embed


ZOE from From Washington (the state, not the capitol)

On Saturday, 18 Aug 2012 (18:20:17 =) Zoë wrote:

Hey, just wanted to say I love the site, and also offer up a couple of pictures.

One is a close-up of my eye where I think you can see the dark blue outer ring, light gray middle ring, and dark gray inner ring pretty clearly. My father's eyes were similar, except that he had a gold inner ring, and one quarter of one iris was an orange-brown, so he had both central and sectoral heterochromia.

The other is a picture of actor Jeremy Renner, who has beautiful blue-and-amber eyes.


I've googled out some Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye in 2012 The Avengers film) pictures and, yes, he's kind-of-ChC, mostly in his left eye:

Jeremy Renner

...So Thank You Zoë!



Susan Sarandon

Susan Sarandon (born Susan Abigail Tomalin [...]) is an American actress. She has worked in movies and television since 1969, and won an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the 1995 film Dead Man Walking.

Eva Amurri

 ...Sarandon's daughter is
Eva Amurri Martino
 (born Eva Maria Olivia Amurri [...]) -- American actress. (Wikipedia)

Madeline Zima

Madeline Rose Zima [...] is an American actress. She is best known for her six years as Grace Sheffield on the TV series The Nanny (1993–1999) (Wikipedia) -- Along with her colleague above she had a role in the Showtime series Californication

Jonathon Stewart

Jonathon E. Stewart is the principal of digital content production and web development company, Atticus Entertainment, Inc, and writes, directs, produces and hosts commercials and short-form, original videos for clients like the New York Times online company About.com, Verizon, Walmart, PepsiCo, eBay, the Discovery Channel and many others, over 400 and counting. (Jstew3.com) -- He's central-heterochromatic, too!


SARAH From Queensland (Australia)

On Thursday, 13 Sep 2012 Sarah wrote:

Hi my name's Sarah and I think I have some sort of heterochromia. I have blue/green eyes with a brown ring and a brown sort of splotch in each eye. My eyes are symmetrical.
That is the brown splotch is on the bottom left of my right eye and bottom right of my left eye. Until I discovered heterochromia I'd always called my brown splotches my "coffee stains". Also until I found your website I'd never known writer to put blue, green or brown on paperwork (they look blue in these pics but much like Phoenix's eyes they look very green most of the time) :P anyway here are some pictures.


Thank You SO much for this beautiful sight Sarah!




Finally I've happened to spot a big cat featuring central-heterochromia, while watching the BBC series Planet Earth Live, series 2, episode 2, "A lion's tale":


That is what I call "a lion's pride"


"THIS IS THE GIRL" (You just try and say she's not=)

We all remember the ambiguous character of Camilla Rhodes in David Lynch's Mulholland Dr.... "This is the girl" who played her; the name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, a.k.a. Lana Del Rey, "American singer and songwriter" (Wikipedia):

Lana Del Rey




Starting from this close-up of the ChC iris of actress Melissa McCarthy in the 2007 film The Nines

The Nines

I've discovered that either the protagonist and the writer/director of the same movie share the same quality; so here they are:

Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Rodney Reynolds [...] is a Canadian film and television actor. Reynolds is known for playing the roles of Michael Bergen on ABC's sitcom Two Guys and a Girl (1998–2001), as well as Marvel Comics characters Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity (2004) and Wade Wilson / Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009).
He also played DC Comics superhero Hal Jordan / Green Lantern in Green Lantern (2011) (Wikipedia)

John August

John August, American screenwriter and film director; his screenwriting credits include Go, Titan A.E., and Tim Burton's Big Fish, Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie


Your Beautiful Eyes

In this gallery of extreme human eyes closeups by Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan I've found an extreme ChC iris:




The Secret In Her Eyes

(El secreto de sus ojos) is a [fine] 2009 Argentine crime thriller, Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film at the 82nd Academy Awards, directed by Juan José Campanella; here's a still image from the movie , a closeup of the female protagonist, Argentine film and television actress and singer Soledad Villamil, revealing "the secret in her eyes"

Secret in their eyes




The Digital & the Analog Eye

Side by Side

Side by Side is an interesting 2012 documentary about analog and digital cinema; these are two still images of it

Side by Side



The Perfect Human

The five obstructions

Screenshot from the 2003 Lars Von Trier's movie The Five Obstructions -- The eye belongs to Jacqueline Arenal; as it appears on the screen we hear again the voice over repeating the line from Asger Leth's The perfect human: "Here's the perfect human..."



Kelly H. from the U.K.

Kelly H

On Saturday 6 April 2013 Kelly H. wrote:

I stumbled across your website when somebody told me that I have heterochromia eyes. I also have uneven pupils so my eyes are doubly odd. I've attached a photo of my eyes.
In the photo I have had some eye drops that were supposed to even up my pupils. Unfortunately they just made the matter worse.

About her pupils she wrote:

My uneven pupils just happened one day. It's not something I was born with. The doctors thought I might have had a stroke or brain tumor but all the tests came back fine and they have no idea what happened to me. 


Thank You for sharing this amazing sight with us, Kelly!


It's... OUR time!

our time!

Picture from marketingjulep.com, depicting a multi-layered central-etherochromatic pattern



The Lemur


Image from the BBC series Life of Mammals (Ep. 8 "Life in the trees") this is a Malagasy sifaka lemur



Anthony LaPaglia

Anthony M. LaPaglia [...] is an Australian actor. He is best known for his role as FBI agent Jack Malone on the American TV series Without a Trace [...] and for his portrayal of Simon Moon on the TV show Frasier (Wikipedia)

Emilia Clarke

(30/05/2013) Here's a message from Imani -- the subject is: Another one!

"Emilia Clarke, from HBO's "Game of Thrones" also has central heterochromia.

Imani also sent me both pictures of Emilia -- Thank you very much Imani!

Emilia Clarke

Is now verified:

on the left is undoubtlely Jim Carrey, and the enlargement of his eye is on the right; JC is now officially ChC

Robert Rodriguez

Robert Anthony Rodríguez is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor and musician. (Wikipedia)

Danny Trejo

Dan "Danny" Trejo (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈtɾexo]) [...] is an American actor who has appeared in numerous Hollywood films, most notably in "tough guy" roles as a villain or an anti-hero. (Wikipedia)

Debra Messing

On 25/07/2013 Lyle wrote:
"Hi jasper have you thought of putting Debra Messing on your site she has the most beautiful eyes and great heterochromic  eyes" --

It seems that the right word for it is "heterochromatic", but all the same, thank you very much for your message Lyle!

Here she goes!

Clementine Desseaux

French "Plus" model Clementine Desseaux seems to be another beautiful case of central- heterochromatic iris

Damon Albarn

My ultimate music hero: Damon Albarn .. he's "an English musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer. He is best known for being the frontman of the alternative rock band Blur as well as vocalist and principal songwriter of virtual band Gorillaz." (Wikipedia)


The best offer

Still image from the 2013 movie The best offer (La migliore offerta) by G. Tornatore

The eye belongs to actress Sylvia Hoeks



Jack the giant slayer

Two more digital ChC-eyes from the movies; these stills come from Brian Singer's Jack the Giant Slayer (2013)




On 10.09.2013 Renee wrote:

I ran across your site, and I must say I'm quite impressed! I believe I have central heterochromia eyes, and wanted to send over a few pictures and see. If it is, you're more than welcome to use any of the pics I've sent as examples on your site. I've been told my whole life how beautiful my eyes are, and that depending on what I wear, my eyes will look either more green, or more blue. I always said I had marble eyes, lol. Blue, green, and amber brown. I'd absolutely appreciate an answer :) Thanks! -Renee

Renee sent me some pictures of her eyes in attachment; here they go:





Obviously, my answer was "another beautiful case for our gallery", so....

Thank You, Renee!

P.S.: On 10.09.2013 Renee wrote:

Feel free to add to my section, that I asked my dad about his eyes, and they are blue with a yellow brown center, which explains the genetics part.



"Big Trouble in Little China (also known as John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China) is a 1986 American martial arts comedy film directed by John Carpenter. It stars Kurt Russell as truck driver Jack Burton, who helps his friend Wang Chi (Dennis Dun) rescue Wang's green-eyed fiancee (Suzee Pai) from bandits in San Francisco's Chinatown. They go into the mysterious underworld beneath Chinatown, where they face an ancient sorcerer named Lo Pan (James Hong)." (Wikipedia)

Maybe the evil sorcerer Lo Pao wasn't looking for ordinary "green eyed" girls... Take a look at these closeups from the film:

big trouble

(Kim Cattrall)


(Suzee Pai)

Maybe Chinese ancient magick requires the power of a CHChinese girl...



Two images shared recently on Facebook; the first one comes from the group It's Just Amazing:


"'Nuff Said"?

the second one was posted by Seed Supreme, and it shows the effect of hemp smoke on these beautifully Central-heterochromatic eyes


high time!





....and he seems to have CHC, too!




One of "The Changing Faces of America" photographed by Martin Schoeller for the Oct. 2013 National Geographic article; you can read more about it --and find out more ChC American citizens-- on the online version here.



On 12/13/2013 Michelle T. wrote:

I always wondered where my eyes came from because they never really looked like anyone else's eyes that I've known.
Even though I don't care much for celebrities, your website really made me feel better about having half n' half eyes [Central Heterochromia].
I just wanted to thank you for that! Also, I've attached a picture of my half n' halfs for you and your database. Cordially, Michelle T. from Montana

Michelle T.




This picture was shared on 15.12.2013 on Facebook by the group OMG Facts, along with the description: "Heterochromia" -- That sure is, and quite a rare case of it, I'd say:


Thank you OMG Facts!



Kate Winslet Kate Elizabeth Winslet, CBE (...) "is an English actress and singer. She was the youngest person to acquire six Academy Award nominations, and won the Academy Award for Best Actress for The Reader (2008). She has won awards from the Screen Actors Guild, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association among others, and has been nominated twice for an Emmy Award for television acting, winning once for her performance in the 2011 miniseries Mildred Pierce, in which she played the title role. In 2012 she received the Honorary César Award". (Wikipedia)
Edgard Wright Edgar Howard Wright (...) is an English film and television director and writer. He has worked with Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Nira Park on the films Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End and on the television series Spaced. He also co-wrote and directed the 2010 film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Along with Joe Cornish and Steven Moffat, he co-wrote Steven Spielberg's The Adventures of Tintin. (Wikipedia) ew
Adèle Exarchopoulos

Adèle Exarchopoulos (born 22 November 1993) is a French actress of Greek descent,  and "the youngest person to ever receive the award" (Palme d'Or in Cannes -- from Wikipedia) for her role in the French romantic (hot) drama Blue is the warmest color (La Vie d'Adèle)

Jenna Malone

Jena Malone is an American actress and musician.

James Mason

James Neville Mason (15 May 1909 – 27 July 1984) was a British actor. After achieving much success in the United Kingdom (he was the top box office attraction there in 1944 and 1945), he made the transition to the United States and became one of the biggest stars in Hollywood -- Mason was a devoted lover of animals, particularly cats (Wikipedia)

Vincent D'Onofrio

Vincent Philip D'Onofrio (born June 30, 1959) is an American actor, director, producer, writer, and singer.
An accomplished character actor, he has been referred to as "The Human Chameleon" and is often referred to as an "actor's actor". He is known for his roles as Private Leonard Lawrence ("Gomer Pyle") in the war film Full Metal Jacket, "Edgar" in Men in Black and Detective Robert Goren in the crime TV series Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Benicio Del Toro

Benicio Del Toro Benicio Monserrate Rafael Del Toro Sánchez, better known as Benicio Del Toro (born February 19, 1967), is a Puerto Rican actor, film producer and film director. He won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a BAFTA Award for his role as Javier Rodríguez in Traffic (2000). (Wikipedia)




Picture (Getty Images) from the article TIME: Early Success in a Human Embryonic Stem Cell Trial to Treat Blindness on robertlanza.com

Dr. Robert Lanza is chief Scientific Officer at Advanced Cell Technology, Adjunct Professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine,
and author of over 30 scientific books, including “Principles of Tissue Engineering” and “Essentials of Stem Cell Biology;
on his site you may find some interesting information about biocentrism



On 02/07/2014 Jocelyn Y. wrote:

"Hey I have been told on a number of occasions what color my eyes are. Some say they are green, some blue and some even say grey. Most however notice that they are not the same, that the right eye differs from the left in that it has much more brown in it. When I was a young girl I asked my mom about it she told me it was a birth mark and I never gave it much thought. Now that I am studying genetics in biology I became curious and through my search I found your web page which has been helpful and enlightening. I have included some pictures, if you could take a look that would be awesome for I am not sure what kind of heterochromia I have. I believe its central but as you can see it is much more prominent in the right eye.

P.S. Feel free to use the pictures for whatever purposes."

I think the best purpose for the pictures of your beautiful eyes is to be seen, so here they are:



Thank you Jocelyn for your contribution!



Still from the 2013 indipendent French drama film; the eyes belong to French actress Marine Vacth

Marine Vacth



On 03.06.2014 Erica wrote:

  hi Jasper, just wanted to contribute to the CTC page. interesting that your name is Jasper, the stone reminds me of our eye colors sometimes.
  hope 2014 is treating you well so far. Erica


(As I wrote back to Erica, my nom de guerre Jasper, meaning "Treasurer" or "Guardian of the treasure", seems to be very appropriate if related to this site=)





A message from DownUnder!

Today (03.11.2014) I've received a message from Tricia:

Thought you might be interested in a new entry for your web site.

Tyler Hoechlin:
· Road to Perdition (Movie)
· Seventh Heaven (TV Series)
· Melvin Smarty (Movie)
· Grizzly (Movie)
· Open Gate (Movie)
· Hall Pass (Movie)
· Undrafted (Movie)
· Teen Wolf (TV series) – current

Thanks for your site - extremely interesting. I have plain old blue eyes – but Heterochromia fascinates me.

Here is the (big) picture of Tyler Hoechlin that Tricia attached to her message:

Tyler Hoechlin

And yes, he certainly is a good example of a central-heterochromatic person, so...


From Awegif.com:

"Your iris is not solid .. it jiggles as you move your eye."



look at that!



Still image from the film The Magus directed by Guy Green in 1969, where is clearly visible the central-heterochromatic iris in the eye of Anthony Quinn:


Anthony Quinn




Orson Welles

Still image from the 1971 fiasco A Safe Place written and directed by Henry Jaglom, portraying "The Magician" (his character, too) Orson Welles;
ALL THE MAIN CHARACHTERS in this movie have central-heterochromatic irises, including Jack Nicholson (see above), Tuesday Weld and Philip Proctor;
you can easily check it out, since the movie shows a number of close-up shots on their eyes just like this one.

This so-called film also contains hints to the American intelligence mind control program, showing symbols such as the pentagram (5-pointed star)
and the rainbow; I wonder what that has to do with all the actors having central-heterochromatic eyes... Don't you?




Still image from the 2014 (terrible) movie Lucy by Luc Besson; in the theatrical release posters (just like the one I made years ago with the poster of Eyes of Laura Mars) a black and white portrait of Scarlett Johansson has colored eyes only, and they're obviously central-heterochromatic as we can see here.
Read this article on Before it's New "Movie Lucy Illuminati exposed | We Are Being Prepared for the Great Delusion!" about "more fallen angels propaganda in films"
or this one on The Unhived Mind about "Lucifer and the Reptilian DNA Hollywood Predictive Programming"... if you like ...




On 06/20/2014 Alicia wrote:

Hello there -- I stumbled across your website dedicated to heterochromia and I love it! I am unable to tell for myself if I have it or not, was hoping you could take a look? Here is a photo. If it is interesting to you, you are more than welcome to use it for your site. Thank you. - Alicia

As I replied to her, I'm no eye scientist, but to me this is another wonderful case of hazel eyes: or cat's eyes; or mood eyes, or whatever you like to call it; these are Alicia's eyes:



On 06/21/2014 Alicia wrote again:

Hello again! After looking at your site some more I see the section about "The girl with green eyes" - It is a little known fact that both the actresses for the film were wearing green contact lenses and both actually have brown eyes naturally :) "The Brides of Lo Pan must have green eyes. Yet both Kim Cattrall and Suzee Pai had brown eyes in real life. Both wore green contacts for the movie. This is very obvious in the hi-def version of the movie." - ImDb trivia






(added June 22, 2014)

Ice T

Tracy Lauren Marrow (born February 16, 1958), better known by his stage name Ice-T, is an American rapper, singer and actor. (Wikipedia)


The Zero Theorem


The orwellian all-seeing eye in Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem (2013)... The director knows better.




Frame of the 2014 sci-fi movie Divergent directed by Neil Burger; the eye belongs to American actress Shailene Woodley




September 12, 2014 - I've just discovered that Harry Dean Stanton himself is a central-heterochromatic man; here's the picture to prove it.
So now what, or who else could i ever add to this gallery?
... GOD, maybe?
After this one, I don't really feel the need for that.
I think Harry Dean Stanton is the perfect man to end something, anything, especially if that thing is not so interesting anymore, like spotting
central-heterochromatic celebrities and look for their pictures on the internet...

I'll be glad to add your best pictures here, but I think I'm done with it.
I just couldn't find a better way to end it after 18 years (!) so this is --officially--









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