Tom Hardy, who obviously can bare it all for the sake of art, was not afraid to show off his nakedness for a swim in a lake on set of his new mini-series, 'Taboo'
Tom Hardy leaves nothing to the imagination on set of his new mini-series, 'Taboo'.
The actor, who obviously can bare it all for the sake of art, was not afraid to show off his nakedness for a swim in a lake.
Busy filming scenes for the new BBC One and FX period collaboration in Essex last week, the Oscar nominee, 38, was forced to brave the elements and the cold water in nothing but his own skin.
Reports claim the 'Revenant' star has been super busy filming scenes for the Georgian drama in the South East and London, and thanks to a bizarre plot twist was asked to strip naked and swim through a lake. But never one to shy away from the more risque and eye-raising requests of a director, Tom promptly stripped out of his costume revealing his muscular physique with no sense of modesty.
Already sporting a plethora of tattoos on his body, the 'Mad Max' actor appeared to have spent some time in the make-up department, as he sported a variety of new, intricate geometric and banded tattoos across his body.
"The talent on-and off-screen is incredible and I am so excited to see Steve’s captivating scripts come to life. ...Tom Hardy and the rest of the cast are set to bring this original and spectacular story to life in a unique and epic way," Polly Hill, Controller BBC Drama commissioning said in a statement
A release date has not been set for the series, but it is expected to air later this year on both BBC One and FX.