The actor had to shoot without clothes when he was 17 years old, and confesses that it was “quite intimidating”.

Actor Nicholas Hoult no longer wants to shoot nude scenes.

In an interview with GQ Hype magazine, Nicholas, who undressed in front of the camera for the first time when he was only 17 years old on the television show “Skins”, spoke about an awkward encounter with a Shetland pony while filming “True History Of The Kelly Gang ”, as reported by Female First.

“In my mind, I’m like, ‘This pony just got lured here with a carrot. I’m sitting here naked. He’s looking at me like he’s a tasty snack. I froze ‘… I’d like to stop having to undress at work. “

According to Nicholas, hiring an intimacy coordinator on projects helps a lot.

Sharing his experience of working on the comedy drama series, “The Great,” Nicholas said, “We had some intimacy coordinators come in and help with that, which is a great thing.” This is the first job I’ve had that on and it’s a very positive change in the industry. It is almost like having a specialist on the subject. ”

“He makes sure everyone feels comfortable in terms of what’s happening and agreements about what can happen, but they also choreograph it in a way that makes sense for the story and what he’s trying to tell.”

Undressing for “Skins” was much more awkward and “scary” for him.

He said: “Back then, it was a boy doing a job, and he had done it for a long time at the time, but you also find yourself in a strange position” …

“It’s not like it was a bad experience or anything … but you think, ‘Just do this as quickly as possible so I can get comfortable again and continue the part of the performance that I like.’ Many types of acting are quite terrifying. ”