The painter who became the CIA’s master of disguise
Tony Mendez was an illustrator working in graphic design when he went to an interview for a job working abroad. Soon he was using his skills as an artist to become a disguise guru and expert document forger, and eventually to lead a top secret, daring rescue mission.

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The painter who became the CIA’s master of disguise
Tony Mendez was an illustrator working in graphic design when he went to an interview for a job working abroad. Soon he was using his skills as an artist to become a disguise guru and expert document forger, and eventually to lead a top secret, daring rescue mission.

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