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GT Fitty: Gary Lucy

He’s the handsome former-Hollyoaks hunk who’s currently taking ‘em off in the stage adaptation of The Full Monty. Ready to drop everything — he doesn’t even leave his hat on! — please welcome Gary Lucy as this month’s GT Fitty...

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You’re currently starring as Gaz in the UK stage production of The Full Monty. How’s it going?

This is SUCH a fantastic show! I first went to see it in the West End and, if I’m honest, I’m not really a huge theatregoer. I was invited along, really enjoyed it and I had some ideas on how I could do something different with the role. I was later asked to tour with the show and now I’m here! It’s a big risk for me, but I’m thoroughly enjoying the northern accent and getting my kit off [laughs].

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