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Supernatural Star Misha Collins Takes Social Distancing to 'Next Level'

BK Published On Tue Apr 07 2020   Modified On Tue Apr 07 2020
Supernatural Star Misha Collins Takes Social Distancing to 'Next Level'

Misha Collins takes social distancing to a whole new level.

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Misha Collins is taking social distancing to whole new heights. The on-screen Castiel on The CW’s 'Supernatural' took to Twitter to display his own twist on social distancing and joked he’s ‘taking it to the next level.’

The actor posted a picture of himself in hoodie and sunglasses, carrying an object, sitting casually in a small cave dug out of a snowy mound. 

The fellow Supernatural star Alexander Calvert, who plays Jack on the CW drama, was quick to point out Misha's resemblance to a "Werner Herzog doc."

Fans around the world definitely saw the funny side of it as well.

Collins is well-renowned for playing the role of Castiel on the dark fantasy series Supernatural. His character was introduced in the season 4 premiere as an Angel of God. Although he was initially written as a short term character, the immense love from the fans meant he got upgraded to one of the leading roles on The CW drama.

Watch: Dean meets Castiel for the first time

The show starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles as the brotherly duo Sam and Dean Winchester, originally ran on The WB network for a season before getting switched to The CW in 2006. The series follows the Winchester brothers as they hunt ghosts, monsters, demons, and all sorts of supernatural beings all over the country.

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Besides Supernatural, Misha Collins is well-known for 'Karla' (2006), '24' (2002), 'ER' (2005-06), and 'Stonehenge Apocalypse' (2010).

Meanwhile, Supenatural is indefinitely postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

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