Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

See The Inside Of Jim Carrey's Mind.

Jim Carrey is the latest actor trying to moonlight as an artist, and his short film about painting may have a painfully hidden overtone since the tragic suicide of his ex-girlfriend, Cathriona White. But while most fans know him for his various film roles, Carrey is now taking the world by storm as a painter in the new short documentary called "I Needed Color," which he claims allows him to connect to his "inner life."

We know Jim Carrey for his role in movies throughout the decades.

He was awesome on the vamp comedy film "Once Bitten" in the 80s. He also made us laugh in "The Mask" franchise as well as "Ace Ventura." There seemed to be nothing he couldn't do.

We know Jim Carrey for his role in movies throughout the decades.

Jim Carrey / Vimeo

Clearly, we didn't know that there was a painter just beginning to come out.

Many people don't know this about Carrey, but he's been drawing and painting since he was a little boy, and has been a secret passion of his for quite some time.

Clearly, we didn't know that there was a painter just beginning to come out.

Jim Carrey / Vimeo

In the video, he shares that you can tell what he loves by the color of his paintings.

You can also see what his inner life is like in the darkness and brightness in some of his paintings, which he claims is a reflection of how he feels.

In the video, he shares that you can tell what he loves by the color of his paintings.

Jim Carrey / Vimeo

Until recently, all he did was sketch, and he did it quite well too.

But it wasn't until six years ago that he started to try his hand at painting at a time "when I was trying to heal a broken heart," he stated.

Until recently, all he did was sketch, and he did it quite well too.

Jim Carrey / Vimeo

The moment he started painting he realized he was hooked.

Painting had become some kind of obsession, and pretty soon there was simply no place in his home for people to move around, because his paintings were littering every nook and cranny.

The moment he started painting he realized he was hooked.

Jim Carrey / Vimeo

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