The handsome hunk is just all set to grab eyeballs this year.
Zac Efron has collaborated with AT&T and he has finally shared a hilarious new commercial for the brand. The 34-year-old actor is reported to be a part of company’s “Life, Gig-ified” campaign helping to announce their new multi-gig internet speeds AT&T Fiber 2-Gig and 5-Gig.
In the latest commercial, The Neighbors actor can be seen playing a a long-bearded ‘fisherman’ next to himself as they discuss the benefits of AT&T’s new service. Efron’s new character hilariously portrays a tray of ready-made cocktail shrimp, talking about the system’s ‘superhighway of band with.’
Zac — as himself — then takes off a a virtual reality helmet and jokes, “This fishing game’s nuts.”
Taking to Instagram, Zac shared the commercial as he wrote: “I thought I understood the relationship between fishing and the internet, but then here comes #ATTFiber, now delivering up to 5-Gigs of speed. Totally game-changing. Literally.”
Well, Zac’s latest hot avatar has already impressed his fans and many can’t stop drooling.
Interestingly, his ‘fisherman’ character was meant to look a bit more rugged than his real self, as reported by HollywoodLife.
On professional front, the Baywatch fame has achieved great feats in his career, including winning a Daytime Emmy Award in 2021 for his documentary series 'Down to Earth with Zac Efron'. But, Zac Efron is determined to ‘challenge’ himself in 2022 by pushing himself over the year.
He shared: "I am honestly just grateful for good health and happiness coming out of this pandemic. "In terms of goals and resolutions, I always want to challenge myself, personally and professionally, be more mindful and take time to appreciate the simple things in life."
Zac describes travel as ‘one of [his] greatest passions in life’. The actor is keen to "explore" new places and cultures in the coming months, as reported by
He told E! News: "Travel is one of my greatest passions in life. I love to explore new places and immerse myself in their culture and learn different ways of life."
In July, Zac thanked the production team behind 'Down to Earth' after winning the first Emmy of his career.
Image Source: Instagram/zacefron