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Mark Ruffalo's Clearasil Ad From The 80s Will Leave You Saying "Oh No Baby, What Is You Doing?"

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Listen, I love Mark Ruffalo as much as the next person, maybe even more, but that doesn't mean I can ignore this OUTRAGEOUS Clearsil ad from 1989.

For those of you who are not familiar with Ruffalo's work, I have two questions:

1) Where have you been?

2) Why are you like this?

He currently is portraying Bruce Banner/Hulk in the Marvel franchise:

Nerdist

And he was also Matty in the iconic 13 Going On 30:

Fan Pop

Or maybe you know him from Spotlight:

Or Zodiac:

The three-time Oscar nominee certainly has had an illustrious career, but everyone has to start somewhere, and for Ruffalo...that meant a skin care ad.

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