Jason Segel dons a scruffy beard after dropping food off to his girlfriend Alexis Mixter

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Jason Segel dons a scruffy beard after dropping food off to his girlfriend Alexis Mixter while isolating apart

He starred in, created, wrote and directed the first season of AMC’s Dispatches From Elsewhere that aired its season one finale last Monday. 

But Jason Segel seemed to kill time in Los Angeles over the weekend after dropping food off to his girlfriend Alexis Mixter, as they isolate three-hours apart from one another during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The 40-year-old actor rocked a different look as he donned a scruffy and long beard.

Busy: Jason Segel seemed to kill time in Los Angeles over the weekend running some errands, as the city remains on lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic and Hollywood is on hold 

The How I Met Your Mother actor donned an athletic look in black New Balance sneakers, dark active wear shorts and a plain grey tee. 

As much of the country remains on lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, Jason wore a grey face mask the he readjusted while exiting his car. 

Los Angeles is on lockdown until May 15 and now requires face coverings in public. 

He has been isolating apart from his girlfriend, of nearly six years, but made sure to drop food off to her during the pandemic.

Creator on the move: His outing comes less than a week after his show, Dispatches from Elsewhere, in which he stars alongside Sally Fields and Andre 3000, aired its season one finale

Creator on the move: His outing comes less than a week after his show, Dispatches from Elsewhere, in which he stars alongside Sally Fields and Andre 3000, aired its season one finale

Clean up time: After his road trip Jasson got his car cleaned at a drive-thru car wash

Clean up time: After his road trip Jasson got his car cleaned at a drive-thru car wash

His outing comes less than a week after his show, in which he stars alongside Sally Fields and Andre 3000, aired its season one finale.

The show, which premiered in March, marks Jason’s return to TV in a regular role since How I Met Your Mother ended in 2014. 

Dispatches From Elsewhere is billed as an anthology drama series, in its first season it followed ‘a group of ordinary people who stumble onto a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life,’ according to Deadline. 

‘They will come to find that the mystery winds far deeper than they ever imagined,’ 

Hit: Dispatches From Elsewhere is billed as an anthology drama series, in its first season it followed 'a group of ordinary people who stumble onto a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life,' according to Deadline, he is hoping for a second season

Hit: Dispatches From Elsewhere is billed as an anthology drama series, in its first season it followed ‘a group of ordinary people who stumble onto a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life,’ according to Deadline, he is hoping for a second season 

Discussing the show finale, Jason told Entertainment Weekly ‘I feel really excited, and a little bit scared in a way that makes me know that I’m doing the kind of stuff that I like doing.’

He continued: ‘The show is sort of built on this idea that we’re all more similar than we’re being told to believe, and that if we just opened ourselves up to one another it would be met with a sense of community.’

While as second season has yet to be announced, the finale left the story open ended to possibly continue, Jason said ‘I’ve got a plan. A plan thematically for the series as a whole and for what each theoretical season could be like. I think everyone is deciding if we’re going to do a second.’ 

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