The Richard Pryor/Gene Wilder comedy Hear no Evil, See no Evil features a young Kevin Spacey, who has some kind of growth on his face:
It doesn't serve any plot function, nor is it mentioned or elaborated on.
Other people around the web have asked if it was some kind of (real life) boil or cyst, that was removed later on in his acting career. Could this be true? There doesn't seem to be any definitive word on this anywhere...
Does anyone know if it was intended to be included in the film? Perhaps a scene was cut that somehow made reference to it, or could someway imply this was makeup?