Scott Eastwood's 'wild' bartending job
Scott Eastwood says bartending is "wilder" than his acting job.
The 'Suicide Squad' star worked behind the bar before he was an actor and insists it "beats out" being in a film any time.
He told Australia's GQ magazine: "Bartending was the wildest time [of my life]. It still beats out being in movies or whatever. It still beats out all that, a thousand times."
And the 30-year-old actor has had his fair share of jobs, previously revealing he used to park cars for a living.
He said: "I parked cars, did construction - anything on the side to make extra money, my dad wasn't a guy who gave handouts, so I had to go work for it."
Meanwhile, Scott previously revealed he never considered modelling as a career.
He said: "[Looking good] can also be held against you that you're not pretty enough. There are going to be roles I'm not going to get because I look a certain way and roles I'm going to get because of the way I look. That's just the reality.
"I certainly never considered modelling as a career. Of course, the reality is that all actors are models to some extent, because we're all putting on clothes and getting in front of the camera. Leonardo DiCaprio still happily models watches doesn't he? And he's got the most covetable career of all time."
And Scott also admitted he would give up his job for love and sees it as the "ultimate sacrifice".
He said: "Yes I would. I think that's the ultimate sacrifice and if I couldn't see my life without her then of course. She would have to be 'The One' though."