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Are we about to see even more of Charlie Hunnam than we already have? Maybe!

Hunnam, who wrapped Sons of Anarchy and can next be seen playing King Arthur, talked to Elle Canada about life post-Jax and how his character's rebellious nature influences him on and off the screen. Although taking of his shirt might not be considered particularly rebellious, but full-frontal nudity could be! Fortunately for his fans, he doesn't have a problem with it.

"The level of nudity that I do now, which is taking my shirt off, doesn't bother me at all," he told the magazine. "But I have done full frontal before. I did full frontal when I was 18 on the TV show Queer as Folk. But because I was playing a 15-year-old character, the censorship people wouldn't allow us to put it on TV."

He attributed his openness to his young age, but also admitted that he would probably consider showing his stuff again, 20 years after he originally gave it a debut.

Charlie Hunnam, Men's Health

Men's Health

"I think when I was young, I was a little bit more fearless with that stuff," he revealed. "I don't know...I'm sure I would; I have nothing to hide."


Considering he was in the running to play Christian Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey, we're sure there's absolutely nothing to hide LOL! He enjoys working out so much that if he weren't an actor he confessed that he would probably exercise full time. Instead, he dished that the type of character he's playing dictates his workouts.

"I tend to do whatever I think is appropriate for the character. You're playing the character, so go do what that character does—it's going to bring you closer to him. For Arthur, he's a great fighter, so I'm going to be fighting in the gym," he explained.

"And when I'm between jobs, I need to work out a lot for my sanity. If I weren't an actor, I'd be the fittest motherf--ker on the block."

You already look pretty fit to us!