Fans have been left gobsmacked after seeing the transformation of My Name Is Earl star Ethan Suplee.
Suplee has been around Hollywood since 1995 when he landed his first big role in Mallrats. From there, he has starred in a whole range of shows and movies, from Santa Clara Diet to The Wolf of Wall Street. Other major features of his include American History X, Remember The Titans and Without a Paddle. His role as Frankie in Boy Meets World is also one of his most memorable parts.
However, there is one role which really stands out in Suplee’s filmography – that of Randy Hickey, the little brother of the titular character in My Name Is Earl. He appeared in every episode of the show’s ninety-six run, and fans loved his portrayal of the lackadaisical character.
Since the show finished back in 2009, Suplee carried on working in the film industry. However, the star has undergone a huge physical transformation in the time since then, and fans have been blown away by his new look.
In an Instagram post, the forty-six-year-old wrote: “Once upon a time, the whole world was an impossibility.
“Conquering all of it is still impossible, so I’m just concentrating on today. If today becomes too much, I will focus on right now.
“Right now, I’m ok, I will beat right now.”
Fans took to the comments to praise the star’s transformation.
“Always loved you as an actor since day one! Happy to see your fitness journey and career as they both continue to progress. Looking forward to seeing more roles and content from you in the future,” one fan shared.
A second wrote: “That’s solid advice. Eye-opening actually, starting my day right.”
A third commented: “You’re a legend man…thanks for always inspiring us.”
Suplee previously opened up to People about his weight loss. He revealed that he knew he had to do something when he was struggling to keep up with his now-wife when on dates.
“I became, for the first time in my life, kind of interested in the future and having experiences with her,” he said.
“Like spending a day walking around a museum or going on a trip or hiking that I just wasn’t physically able to do.”
“I cannot say that actually losing weight has made me happier. I don’t think that’s true,” he continued.
“I just think that achieving something I set out to achieve has given me this volume of happiness that is pretty great.”
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