Andy Samberg sure has lots to smile about these days.
Fresh off his big win at the Golden Globes, the 35-year-old actor hit the slopes on Tuesday, Jan. 21...on the streets of NYC!
Despite the blizzard in the Big Apple, no amount of snow was going to stop the funnyman from making his appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman, so he strapped on a pair of skis before slowly making his way down the snow-covered streets.
In typical Samberg fashion, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star grins from ear-to-ear as he navigates the busy sidewalk—ski poles in hand—while wearing jeans, a large black coat with fur trim on the hood and black-rimmed glasses.
Samberg most recently made headlines after he took home the award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series at the 71st Annual Golden Globes on Sunday, Jan. 12.
The Saturday Night Live vet, who was nominated for the first time, was genuinely stunned when he took the stage after beating out comedic heavy-hitters such as The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, The Michael J. Fox Show's Michael J. Fox, Arrested Development's Jason Bateman and House of Lies' Don Cheadle.
"Oh, no! I didn't prepare anything, it wasn't going to happen. Who knew?!" Samberg said as he accepted his accolade before quickly gathering his thoughts and thanking a number of folks.
"I just will thank everyone. Thanks to Fox and Kevin Reilly and Universal. And the guys who came up with the show, Mike [Schur] and Dan [Goor]." he said before gushing over his coworkers on the Fox series, "The cast is awesome. The crew, really good. Can't forget them. The writers kick A! I really do love them and respect them."
And finally he ended his speech by thanking his "beautiful and incredible" wife, Joanna Newsom, whom he married in September.
Too cute. Enjoy the slopes, Samberg!