Actor Lucas Till is now considered one of Hollywood’s breakout stars. Starting his career in the early 2000s, he made his first film appearance in The Adventures of Ociee Nash. He then started landed roles for other films, including Lightning Bug, Walk the Line, and The Other Side. He next played Travis Brody in Hannah Montana: The Movie. His career became more prolific in the 2010s. During this period, he had roles in The Spy Next Door and Battle: Los Angeles. He then played Alex Summers / Havok in X-Men: First Class. He next played the lead in the direct-to-video film Crush. He reprised his role as Havok in X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: Apocalypse. In 2017, he played the lead star in Monster Trucks. He’s also currently played the lead on the TV series MacGyver.
The 27-year-old actor has surely changed his appearance now that he’s older. Those who have seen him during his initial years would know that he started out with his thin frame. As he grew older, he started packing muscles, too. Of course, puberty has had a say in this as well. But of course, Lucas also worked hard to achieve his now buff physique. Part of his growth in Hollywood is his capacity to improve his body for his roles and for his overall health, too. More recently, he’s had starring roles on both film and the small screen.
His stint on X-Men films was a significant step into his career. Now he’s headlining the remake of the TV series MacGyver with him as the lead. With all these projects, the actor makes sure he’s totally fit for the role of an action hero. The actor also shared that his action-oriented scenes on MacGyver also serve as a workout for him. “That is pretty much my workout”, he said. Though he admitted he doesn’t really love going to the gym, the set of the show motivated him to be more active. He said: “Every now and then I do get a chance … They were building a set that had steel beams and I was just doing pull-ups on those.”