Rami Malek is the talk of the town. No one can deny his undeniable charm and dashing good looks. Recently, however, a former classmate of his released an old photo of herself and Malek, and we can hardly recognize him.

The photo was shared by none other than Rachel Bilson. It turns out that both Bilson and Malek attended Notre Dame High School in California.

The Hart of Dixie and The O.C. and The O.C. actress rang in the month of February with an Instagram post of herself and her high school buddy.

Her caption reads,

"Hey @ramimalek where'd you get that gold chain? #tbt #oscarworthy #dontforgetthelittlepeople"

Now, while the Academy Award nominee still looks adorable (notwithstanding the hair gel and gold chain), the throwback image is a far departure from his 2019 Freddie Mercury confidence and physique.

People are shook.






This is a good reminder that pictures are forever 😂.

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