‘Scream Queens’ Star Lucien Laviscount Strips Down in 2 New Roles (NSFW)

‘Scream Queens’ Star Lucien Laviscount Strips Down in 2 New Roles (NSFW)

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Scream Queens star Lucien Laviscount has fans fawning over him again, this time when he stripped down for his latest roles in the film Bye Bye Man and web series Snatch.

British, Laviscount is best known for his portrayal of Jonah Kirby on popular BBC One drama Waterloo Road. He also appeared in Skins, a controversial teen drama that followed the lives of a group of teenagers.

Laviscount appeared in the first season of Scream Queens, the American comedy-horror created by Ryan Murphy. Rumors of the series getting axed have been running rampant ever since its second season ended.

However, Fox executive Steve Madden said in January that the show is still “very much in consideration for a renewal” despite its ratings, pointing out that “ratings don’t tell the whole story.” Delayed viewing numbers were good, and Madden said that a decision will likely be made closer to May.

But, recent reports added that main stars Emma Roberts and Lea Michele are already set to take on several new projects. As expected following the reports, these claims only lessen the chance of fans getting another season.

Laviscount has been busy himself getting naked for his latest roles including new web series Snatch. Snatch is a new original series based on the movie of the same name and follows a real-life heist in London.

Featuring Laviscount shirtless and in his underwear, it seems little has been left to the imagination. The 10-episode series also includes Rupert Grint, Ed Westwick, Luke Pasqualino and Dougray Scott.

The film received negative reviews but grossed $24 million worldwide on a budget of $7 million.

Lucien Laviscount shows off his booty in the film, displaying his beautiful bum that we desperately want a bite of.

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