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Jordan Barrett shows off chiseled looks as he arrives on set of George Maple's theatre production


Male supermodel Jordan Barrett shows off his chiseled good looks as he arrives on set of George Maple’s theatre production in Sydney

He’s set to star in George Maple’s new theatre production, Myth, which will open at the Sydney Opera House next month. 

And on Tuesday, male supermodel Jordan Barrett was spotted arriving on set to start work on the project. 

The 23-year-old showed off his chiseled good looks as he made his way to The Hordern Pavilion, cutting a casual figure in a hooded jumper and baggy trousers. 

Getting to work: On Tuesday, Male supermodel Jordan Barrett showed off his chiseled good looks as he arrived on set of George Maple's theatre production in Sydney

Getting to work: On Tuesday, Male supermodel Jordan Barrett showed off his chiseled good looks as he arrived on set of George Maple’s theatre production in Sydney

Jordan, who hails from the Byron Bay, covered up his famous figure in a black jumper teamed beige and white pants. 

He was seen arriving in his flashy white sports car, his long locks out and perfectly framing his face.  

Casual: The 23-year-old showed off his chiseled good looks as he made his way to The Hordern Pavilion, cutting a casual figure in a hooded jumper and baggy trousers

Casual: The 23-year-old showed off his chiseled good looks as he made his way to The Hordern Pavilion, cutting a casual figure in a hooded jumper and baggy trousers

Flashy: He was seen arriving in his flashy white sports car, his long locks out and perfectly framing his face

Flashy: He was seen arriving in his flashy white sports car, his long locks out and perfectly framing his face

Flashy: He was seen arriving in his flashy white sports car, his long locks out and perfectly framing his face 

New work: Maple (pictured) said she chose Jordan to star in the lead role because she needed someone who could 'explore their full range of emotions and on camera'

New work: Maple (pictured) said she chose Jordan to star in the lead role because she needed someone who could ‘explore their full range of emotions and on camera’

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The production of Myth is described as a love story, and is set to open at the Sydney Opera House, next month.

Jordan said in a statement that he’s looking forward to working with Maple on the piece.

‘It’s so nice to be back in Australia and to be working with George Maple again on this project,’ he said in a statement to RUSSH Magazine.

Meanwhile, Maple said she chose Jordan to star in the lead role because she needed someone who could ‘explore their full range of emotions and on camera’.  

Coming up: The production of Myth is described as a love story, and is set to open at the Sydney Opera House, next month

Coming up: The production of Myth is described as a love story, and is set to open at the Sydney Opera House, next month

Myth is described as ‘an anti-voyeuristic, emotional journey into the hyperreal and surreal.’ 

In February, a source told Daily Mail Australia that Jordan is ‘transitioning into film this year’, and it was understood at the time that he had landed a role in a major Hollywood flick.

Jordan recently signed with leading Hollywood talent powerhouse, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), and is also represented by Kate Moss Agency for modelling.

‘Jordan has been the most successful male model consecutively for the last four years since moving to New York,’ the source told Daily Mail Australia.

‘It is believed he is transitioning into film this year, with an upcoming project filming in September,’ they said at the time.

Jordan – who hails from the idyllic Byron Bay – has had huge success overseas after being scouted at the tender age of 14.

Acting ambitions:  In February, a source told Daily Mail Australia that Jordan is 'transitioning into film this year', and it was understood at the time that he had landed a role in a major Hollywood flick

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Acting ambitions:  In February, a source told Daily Mail Australia that Jordan is ‘transitioning into film this year’, and it was understood at the time that he had landed a role in a major Hollywood flick



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