It seems strange given, his extraordinary musical talent, to focus on Freddie Mercury's teeth, but if you are going to make a movie about Queen's legendary singer, that overbite can't be underestimated.

Egyptian actor Rami Malek has already won a Golden Globe, a SAG Award, and a BAFTA, and is nominated for an Oscar, for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody," a singer born with four additional incisors.

But even the actor admits he couldn't have done it without the man behind that mouth: Chris Lyons, a dental technician by trade who has an office outside of London.

When asked to re-create Freddie Mercury's teeth, Lyons worried he may have bitten off more than he could chew.

"It's an iconic set of teeth for an iconic character from an iconic band," Lyons said. "Everybody knows Freddie's teeth, and yes, I was very worried."

Lyons started off making a set of incisors the same size as Mercury's, but when worn by Malek, it was too much so, he kept scaling them back till he got the perfect set of teeth.

Chris Lyons is a special effects artist who's dedicated more than 30 years to a very specific skill: making teeth for movie stars.