harlie Hunnam applauds at the ceremony where actress Katey Sagal unveiled her star on the Walk of Fame
The first picture of Charlie Hunnam from the sets of Guy Ritchie’s “Knights of the Round Table,” has been revealed. The photo was tweeted by Guy and it shows Hunnam dressed in a long brown coat with his hair tied back. IN PHOTO: Actor Charlie Hunnam applauds at the ceremony where actress Katey Sagal unveiled her star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California September 9, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

After being hailed as the winner in E! Online's Celeb Men's Bod Tournament, "Sons of Anarchy" Charlie Hunnam is now voted as one tough contender in the 2015 Sexiest Man Alive. The British hunk was up against Australian heartthrob Chris Hemsworth, but the "Thor" star is no match with Hunnam who took over the competition with 75 percent of the vote.

After he infamously backed out from the "Fifty Shades of Grey" role, the actor never failed to make headlines whenever he is out in Hollywood and just recently he was spotted in Calvin Klein Menswear Fall Winter 2015/2016 show in Milan. Looking suave as he shows off his stylish side, the 34-year-old leading star attended the event with two chic ensemble looking dapper like Christian Grey in grey suit.

His blond hair was styled back as he sported his signature "Sons of Anarchy" scruff while sitting in the front row with other members of the fashion A-listers. After the fashion show, Hunnam went for a darker hue as he posed alongside Calvin Klein's creative director Italo Zucchelli and model/blogger Chiara Ferragni.

Meanwhile, Charlie Hunnam recently wrapped up his seven-year role as Jax Teller with FX biker drama series and is now scheduled to play King Arthur in Guy Ritchie's upcoming movie. Now busier than ever, the star is booking more projects and is set to star as a drug dealer portraying the real life drug lord Edgar Valdez, or also known as La Barbie, in "American Drug Lord."

During his latest interview with Mens Health, Hunnam revealed his fantasy of disappearing from Hollywood's spotlight and spending a year off the grid. He also admitted that he is not stoked about fame and thinks that "fame is just an inconvenience" that he needs to deal with to do that things the he love.

"An ease with solitude and self-reflection are two ingredients of success, and as his career begins to upshift, Hunnam knows his commitment to both will be tested," according to the publication. "He'll flow with the current until his restlessness gets the best of him, and then he'll make a break for open road."

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