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Andrew Garfield dons a wetsuit as he hits Malibu for a surf session over the Fourth of July weekend

Andrew Garfield took a dip in the Pacific Ocean over the Fourth of July weekend.On Sunday, the 38-year-old actor was seen rocking a full-body black wetsuit as he surfed in Malibu.The Amazing Spider-Man star carried a white-and-black surfboard under his arm as he emerged from the water. Active: Andrew Garfield took a dip in the Pacific Ocean over the Fourth of July weekendGarfield, who was born in Los Angeles before his family moved back to the UK when he was three, looked content after taking a soak ahead of the holiday.After hitting some waves he walked along the shoreline with his dark hair and beard dripping wet.
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