Nolan Gould looks unrecognisable after showing off his transformed physique after leaving Modern Family.
The 22 year old spent 11 years playing Luke Dunphy on the hit American sitcom before it ended last April.
Actor Nolan has now shown off his muscular body in new photos after working out during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
He admits he spent six months “basically on vacation” after filming for the comedy ended, but then jumped straight into fitness as he found himself unemployed for the first time since childhood.
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Nolan said: “I feel like now it’s time to kind of make a decision on where I want to go with my career, and one of the ways you can do that is by changing my look and my mindset.
“I’ve been working out an hour and a half everyday with my friend Michael who is a personal trainer.
“We have a really cool socially-distant setup that has allowed me to get fit while also being safe. It’s been nice.
“Especially being unemployed in quarantine, having a reason to get up and stay motivated.
“It’s been something that’s been very healthy and positive for me in quarantine. It’s really changed my outlook,” he continued to tell People.
Discussing his new fitness routine, Nolan added to the publication: “I kind of split stuff up throughout the day.
“I do an hour of strength training every day, and then 30 minutes of cardio and core throughout the day.
“I’m eating so much healthier, even though there’s less of it. What I get is actually really healthy food for you: lean protein, eating as many vegetables as you want and staying away from things like soda.
“Nourishing the mind, body, all that. And actually, for me the biggest thing was cutting out alcohol, for me that’s actually been very nice.
“I feel more clear-headed and have been doing as much writing as possible, being in acting class, taking all the steps I can so when the pandemic’s finally over, hopefully I’ll just be ready to go to work.”
He went on to say: “I used to do parkour when I was a kid, and really loved it. Except, there became a point where I kind of started to plateau, or I couldn’t really do the next big move, and it actually scared me, and was getting hurt a lot.
“I dislocated my hip trying to impress a girl while doing parkour and that was the end. I was done after that, obviously.”