Charlie Hunnam Transformation: His Journey From A Bad Boy To A Classic Gentleman
Charlie Hunnam can be easily thought of as the bad boy biker with a tattooed body. The 35-year-old “Crimson Peak” actor proves that he is equally irresistible on the flip side. Read on to get the complete scoop.
Charlie Hunnam is adored for his character of Jackson ‘Jax’ Taylor in FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” with his rugged look and bad-boy image. But, it’s not just the Harley Davidson that complements this versatile actor; he can pull off the suit and manly demeanor equally well.
The actor swapped his naughty looks, and was found sporting the look of an absolutely well-bred gentleman on the set of “The Lost City of Z” with side-parted hair and a thick, trimmed moustache.
Hunnam is suited up for playing the role of a classic British explorer named Percy Fawcett in “The Lost City of Z,” which portrays an ancient time period of 1925.
Hunnam has turned over a new leaf with his appearance and reflects the era along with co-stars Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller.
Belfast Telegraph posted highlights of Hunnam’s interview for Men’s Health magazine in which he revealed secrets of having the perfect body that can steal hearts even when clothed in leather jackets, or suits and even when bared.
“I don’t think much of lifting heavy weights and would rather concentrate on functional training,” said the actor, who has always sported a fit and sculpted body in spite of his busy schedules.
Hunnam revealed that he is more of an old school when it comes to working out. He said that he would prefer doing the classic exercises than opting for the modern workout techniques. He said that he doesn’t go for leg presses, but instead, does 50 squats.
He gave a subtle tip by saying, if one really wants it, they would manage to steal the time.
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