CHARLIE Hunnam always feels “awkward”.
The ‘Sons of Anarchy’ actor has confessed he struggled to feel completely comfortable with himself growing up and sees his life as “a long succession of awkward phases”.
He told People magazine, “I find the awkward phases in life are cyclical more than something you grow out of.
“My life has been a long succession of awkward phases punctuated by brief moments where I feel smoother than Dr Slinky McDoogle, inventor of the word mellifluous.”
Charlie, 35, puts his inability to fit in high school down to his unusual fashion sense, which he describes as similar to late Nirvana rocker Kurt Cobain’s but “less cool”.
The ‘Pacific Rim’ star – who was named one of People Magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive in 2014 – now takes more time over his appearance and enjoys working out to maintain his impressive physique in case he has to strip off on camera.
When asked to share his exercise secrets, Charlie said, “Variety is the key.
“It stops me from getting bored and it ensures that the whole body gets worked.
“I hike, swim, I love the Stairmaster. I lift heavy some days but I usually do calisthenics when I’m in the gym. I also box and do yoga.” – BANG!