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Wolverine star Hugh Jackman has revealed a second skin cancer scare - and once again warned fans to wear sunscreen.
The 45-year-old Australian posted a new image of himself on Instagram, showing him wearing a plaster on his nose, six months after he first revealed he was treated for basal cell carcinoma.
He wrote: "Another Basel Cell Carsinoma. All out now. Thanks Dr. Albom and Dr. Arian.PLEASE! PLEASE! WEAR SUNSCREEN!"
Wolverine star Hugh Jackman has urged people to protect their skin from the sun following a cancer scare.
The actor posted a picture of his nose on Instagram after he was treated for basal cell carcinoma.
"Deb said to get the mark on my nose checked. Boy, was she right!" he wrote. "I had a basil cell carcinoma. Please don't be foolish like me. Get yourself checked. And USE sunscreen!!!"
Hugh Jackman told Daybreak he "just happened to luck out" when he was cast as Wolverine in the first X-Men film.
Jackman, who plays the mutant for the sixth time in his new movie, The Wolverine, called the superhero, "The most interesting, probably coolest of them all".
Actor Hugh Jackman has told ITV News' Nina Nannar that filming Les Miserables was "terrifying" because of the challenge of singing all the songs live.
Jackman is nominated for the Leading Actor award for his role as Jean Valjean, but is expected to face tough opposition from Daniel Day-Lewis.
Hugh Jackman said his starring role in the new film version of Les Miserables, which comes out on Christmas Day, was one of the hardest parts he has played.
The musical was recorded "live" each day, meaning the spent up to twelve hours per day singing. Jackman said:
"It is definitely the biggest challenge I have had, physically it was daunting, anyone who knows musical theatre knows that my character's role Jean Valjean is as hard as it gets, and emotionally it was very difficult. Every day was challenging, but ultimately thrilling"