Miles Teller wears his baseball cap backwards as he exits a Hollywood gym…as he prepares for his Saturday Night Live hosting gig
Miles Teller was seen leaving a gym session Thursday in Hollywood.
The actor wore camouflage athletic shorts, a gray shirt and goggles while holding his phone and wallet in his hand and a drink and sweatshirt between his arm and side.
It comes after he was announced as the host for SNL’s new season which kicks off next week.
After training: Miles Teller was seen leaving a gym session on Thursday in Hollywood
Miles looked in great shape as he walked out of the gym.
He wore casual clothes and his baseball cap backwards as he added sunglasses.
And he was also seen walking towards his bubblegum blue Bronco which doesn’t appear to have a top.
Above: The actor wore camouflage sports shorts, a gray shirt and glasses while holding his phone and wallet in his hand and a drink and a sweatshirt between his arm and his side
On Tuesday, Saturday Night Live announced that the long-running sketch series will kick off the show’s 48th season on Oct. 1 with Teller as host for the first time.
This comes amid a cast reshuffle where seven cast members exited ahead of season 48. Longtime series regulars Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney left after the series finale. season 47.
Last month, Miles and his wife, Keleigh Sperry, vacationed in Hawaii and enjoyed the sunshine and island vibes as they took a break from his busy schedule.
New gig: This comes after he was announced as the host for SNL’s new season which kicks off next week
New SNL host: On Tuesday, Saturday Night Live announced that the long-running sketch series will kick off the show’s 48th season on October 1 with Teller as host for the first time
Earlier this summer, the beloved actor said in an interview with People that before becoming an actor, he considered the idea of trying to become a professional baseball player.
He said, ‘I played [baseball] in high school, but I was quite small; I didn’t hit my growth spurt until my senior year and then after high school.
‘So I say I went D1 acting instead ’cause I went to [NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts].’
Flashback: Here he is seen at his wedding to his wife Keleigh Sperry as he recently celebrated their anniversary