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My Name is Earl’s Ethan Suplee shows off ripped abs after weight loss journey

Ethan Suplee rose to fame over 30 years ago when he was over 500 pounds when he starred in My Name Is Earl and Mallrats.

Now a days the star is unrecognisable after he underwent a significant and incredible transformation which now sees him posing with ripped abs and a washboard stomach.

For 2020, the actor said his goal was to achieve visible abs and to celebrate achieving his milestone he shared a professional picture of him topless in some black boxers flaunting his new look.

Look strong and healthy, Ethan looked in the best shape of his life as he donned a black basketball cap.

Staring into the camera with a stern stare, the Wolf of Wall Street actor tensed his muscles as he stood with confidence.

Sharing the suave snap with his 414,000 followers, they immediately rushed to like the photo as it gathered over 89,000 likes.

Hundreds of fans also rushed to the comments section to congratulate his journey.

One wrote: "Amazing dedication and passion and you’re an inspiration to us all."

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A second commented: "THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!"

Another gushed: "DUUUUDE!!! Congrats! This is amazing seriously."

"Let’s go champ! You inspire me homie!," followed by the fist bump and clapping emojis.

One more inspired fan commented underneath: "Absolutely amazing and so inspiring my dude!!!!"

Taking to the caption, Ethan wrote: " Last year I set a goal of having visible abs, here’s where I got to."

He then went on to address his goals for 2021, he said: "This year I would like visible obliques. It’s going to be a wonderfully tough year.

"I have successfully lost weight with every diet I stuck to in the past 20 years, but my goal was never more than that, lose weight.

"@rpdrmike opened my eyes to "maintenance periods," and it’s really been within these that my goals have been refined and pinpointed.

"When I got bogged down with going to fast or too slow, @jared_feather took over programming for me, and I cannot sing his praises enough, thank you Jared."

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