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Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh we’re in love with Ju-da-as, Ju-da-as. Or at least Tyrone Huntley’s portrayal of Judas, anyway. We pulled the Olivier Award-nominated actor away from a critically-acclaimed run of Jesus Christ Superstar to talk body image, fitness and treading the boards as an actor of colour. It’s this month’s Gay Times Fitty… Judas! GAGA!


Tyrone! Welcome to Gay Times. Are you excited about people seeing your shoot? No! [Laughs] It took a lot of courage for me to do that shoot. For me to take my clothes off is a BIG deal. I’m constantly dieting and exercising, trying to get my body the way I want it to be, and it never quite sticks. A lot of effort goes into being comfortable about the way I look. It doesn’t always work. I try my best, but I also try not to get bogged down in it either. Being a man of the stage, we assume you’re quite active regularly anyway? Yeah, and it helps. Especially when I’m getting into a new show – I exercise and I get my meals at specific times. In most of my shows I’ve been dancing as well, so that keeps me active. What’s your regular exercise regime like? Well, I don’t really like going to the gym – partly because of my body issues. I don’t really like being around people when I’m exercising. Usually, I do workout videos at home. They’re easy to do – 45 minutes to an hour per day – and then I’ll have Sundays off to chill and do what I want. As much as everyone wants a six-pack and that kind of stuff, it’s all about finding what’s right for you and keeping healthy.

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