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9 celebrities who have 2 different-colored eyes

INSIDER Logo By Kirsten Acuna of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 10:  On Hulu's series "Castle Rock," Bill Skarsgård's mysterious character appears to have two different-colored eyes. (You can check it out here.) That's not the case in real life, but there are many celebrities who have eyes with more than one distinct hue. The condition is called heterochromia iridis, and it's not that rare, according to the NIH (National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences). Sometimes this results in a portion of one eye having a different color, called sectorial heterochromia, or it can mean having two different-colored irises completely, aka complete heterochromia. It's often caused by abnormalities of the iris, but can also be present at birth. From two actors in "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" to a few onscreen superheroes, here are the actors you may not have realized have different colored eyes.

On Hulu's series "Castle Rock," Bill Skarsgård's mysterious character appears to have two different-colored eyes. That's not the case in real life, but there are many celebrities who have eyes with more than one distinct hue.

The condition is called heterochromia iridis, and it's not that rare, according to the NIH (National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences). Sometimes this results in a portion of one eye having a different color, called sectorial heterochromia, or it can mean having two different-colored irises completely, aka complete heterochromia. It's often caused by abnormalities of the iris, but can also be present at birth.

From two actors in "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" to a few onscreen superheroes, here are the actors you may not have realized have different colored eyes.

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