When most people think about Morgan Freeman, they think about his strong, authoritative voice. Yet, has anyone stopped to ponder what are those little dark spots on his face? Do they have any cancerous potential? We would describe these “spots” as multiple approximately .1 cm-.3 cm (or however much they measure on M.F.),asymptomatic, hyperpigmented, “stuck-on” papules located around the malar and forehead areas of the face. These lesions behave as “friendly barnacles” along for the journey on his face. These lesions are thought to represent dermatosis paulosa nigra(DPN). These are thought to be a variant of SK: seborrheic keratotosis with similar histology, but that typically affect black adults. It is unknown the exact mechanism of inheritance, although it does occur in family members and may demonstrate a genetic propensity. Lesions tend to occur around puberty and slowly increase in number with age. They do not have cancerous potential and therefore, are only treated if cosmetically undesirable. However, if they are removed by curretting or freezing, a hypopigmented scar may result.