"Will and Grace" actor Leslie Jordan wowed his fans and famous friends with a throwback photo that showed a much younger Jordan showing off his figure in the 80s.
Leslie Jordan wowed his fans on Instagram this week with a throwback picture to the 80s. The photo showed a younger Jordan showing off his six-pack in a pair of grey sweatpants.
Jordan leans against a convertible blue car in the photo and poses in a white cap and sweatpants. The hairy-chested and chiseled star also rocked a classic 80s mustache.
The photo has gained half a million likes and many comments from fans and friends complimenting the star's younger self. Some of the famous commenters included Fortune Feimster, Octavia Spencer, and Lisa Rinna.
The now-66-year-old joked in the caption that he had called the 1980s and wanted his chiseled figure back; however, they might only give him beer back. The caption read:
"I just called 1980 and told it I wanted my 6-pack back — except in those days I was drinking and I’m afraid they’ll think I want beer."
Spencer joked in the comments and said, "If they call u back text me. There are things I want, too." While comedian Feimster commented, "Hubba hubba 🔥"
According to the comments, fans were very excited to see the "Call Me Kat" actor back in the day, one fan stating they would need more flashback photos of Jordan.
Unfortunately, the actor did have a tumultuous relationship with alcohol and substance abuse.
Although Jordan has lost his six-pack, he still has his charming personality and hilarious sense of humor. The actor has racked up over 5 and 1/2 million followers on the platform since the pandemic.
The TV actor gave new life to his social media page when the pandemic hit as he posted many short clips of himself making commentary on his daily life, from living with his mother to stories from his past.
Jordan started his career after moving to LA in 1982, where he landed a few commercials for Sizzler and Foster's beer in minor roles. However, he is most known for his role as Beverly Leslie from the sitcom "Will & Grace."
Unfortunately, the actor did have a tumultuous relationship with alcohol and substance abuse. He admitted to People he got three DUIs in a row in one year, which eventually led him to serve 12 days in prison.
Today, the seasoned actor lives a much more sober life and has done so for the last 22 years as a member of a 12-step program. His past might have been filled with parties, but now he is at home by 6 p.m.