Actors often have hidden talents that they don't necessarily get to show on screen, but often will come out in some shape or form.
For example, Nick Offerman is a saxophonist and played a couple of tunes when he was on 'Parks and Recreation'. Dermot Mulroney from 'Zodiac', 'My Best Friend's Wedding', 'Friends' and about a dozen different things is a cello player and even performed on the soundtrack for 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol'.
Paul Rudd's secret talent? He can rip an apple in two with his bare hands.
You might think, hey, that's not the same as being a cello player or saxophonist. However, going by his 'Living With Yourself' co-star Aisling Bea, the feat was just as impressive. In fact, the apple-ripping became a handy metaphor for the show's cloning premise, so that worked out for everyone.
Take a look.
Watch Paul Rudd split an apple in half with his bare hands. pic.twitter.com/qjqexAvUQV
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