David Schwimmer says the "greatest part" of starring in an animation movie is bypassing "make-up and wardrobe".
The actor lends his voice to Melman the giraffe in upcoming Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. David also did the voiceover for the previous two film instalments and loves doing the movies as styling isn't important.
"It's a great gig. The greatest part is you don't have to go through make-up and wardrobe and wait hours and hours for lighting or set. You kind of just roll up in sweat pants, tennis shoes and a T-shirt because all the work is in your head," he told Fox News.
"You get a call every couple of months, 'Hey can you come in for five or six hours?' and you go in and go crazy and then they say, 'Oh we'll be in touch,' and then three years later you see the movie and it's kind of mind blowing."
Although his wardrobe choices are lazy while recording, David never lets his hygiene slip. The 45-year-old star has joked that he always showers before turning up on set.
"No, I'm lucky that I have a shower at home, I try to use it daily and I try to respect others," he deadpanned, when asked if he ever turns up without washing.
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