Summer Bay six-pack! Kyle Pryor, 31, shows off his washboard abs in a pair of boardshort while filming a beachside ...
He plays the charismatic Dr Nate Cooper on Channel Seven’s Home And Away.
But Kyle Pryor has stripped off his uniform hospital scrubs to reveal a completely different side to what viewers are use to.
The 31-year-old actor showed off his muscular physique as he filmed a scene at Sydney’s popular Palm Beach – the backdrop for the long-running Australian drama.
Wearing a pair of low-slung tropical patterned boardshorts, Kyle left very little to the imagination as he pulled a sultry stare while exposing those well-defined abs.
Sporting a small amount of facial hair for a rugged vibe, Kyle’s caramel light-tipped locks were styled into messy but ultra stylish do.
His well-defined six pack was also clearly on display as the genetically blessed stud showed off his attractive qualities which have made him a small screen heartthrob.
Tanned to perfection, the hunky star flexed his muscular arms, allowing his bulging biceps to be on show for all to see as he walked barefoot towards fellow castmate, Penny McNamee.
The 32-year-old, who plays Dr. Tori Morgan, is seen talking to a shirtless Kyle while carrying a blue yoga mat and an oversized gym bag.
Penny flaunted her trim and toned figure in a pair of three-quarter length yoga pants and a tight-fitting tie dye shirt.
Her luscious mousy blonde locks were styled into a fishtail braid, while wearing minimal makeup for the sporty scene.
Penny looked to be in good spirits while talking to her fellow Home and Away actor, who continued to show off his glossy physique.
Apart from showing his six pack on the Australian drama, Kyle flaunts his toned body in a number of fitness inspiration pictures shared to his Instagram.
He also featured on the November edition of Men’s Health Magazine.
In the monthly publication, the actor showed off his muscular torso in a number of fitted T-shirts and jeans in an outside setting, including using his muscular physique to jump over a fence as well as posing beside a motorbike.
Inside the soap actor, who shot to fame on Australian screens when he made his debut on Home And Away in 2013, speaks about the secret to achieving those washboard abs.
Kyle proudly shared a shot of the cover, writing: ‘A huge thank you to the whole team @menshealthau for the November ‘Transformation Issue’ front cover. I couldn’t have achieved this without my amazing trainer @gregjoujonroche.’
‘You’ll find a great ab workout routine inside which keeps me in shape for @officialhomeandaway,’ he added.