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Bodyguard star Richard Madden has admitted he fears he's projecting an 'unrealistic body image' to other men.
The Scottish actor, 32, revealed that by hitting the gym 'twice a day' and 'barely eating' to prepare for roles, he worries he's portraying an unnatural body standard.
Interview - Britain - Vogue - Magazine - 'We
In an interview with Britain's Vogue magazine, he said: 'We're projecting a very unrealistic body image.
'I find myself with actor friends - after we've done a kind of barely eating, working-out-twice-a-day, no-carbing thing for these scenes - looking at each other going: "We're just feeding this same s**t that we're against."'
Rocketman - Star - Co-stars - Pressure - Weight
The Rocketman star explained that it's not just his female co-stars who feel pressure to lose weight for specific parts but insisted that the same happens to men 'all the time' in his industry.
He added: 'I've done numerous jobs where you're told to lose weight and get to the gym. It doesn't just happen to women, it happens to men all the time as well.'
Richard - Line - Nudity - Part - Plotline
Richard went on to explain that he's now taken a harder line with nudity and will always ensure that it's an essential part of the plotline before he agrees.
The Glasgow native said that if he reads...
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