Malaysian host-turned-Hollywood star Henry Golding has become the 1st Asian to grace the cover of GQ’s Magazine annual Men (and women) of the Year edition.
Receiving the title “Star of the Year”, the Malaysian-British actor joins Michael B. Jordan, Serena Williams and Jonah Hill as the cover stars for 2018.
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Something we have been so excited to share with you all, what an honour… Thankyou @gq for recognising me as one of your Men (and women) of the year. It is beyond 🔥 The spread is delicious, can't wait for you all to see it by @paridukovic and styling by @jimmooregq, words by @michellelhooq Thankyou to EVERYONE who has supported me this year, I love you all ❤️❤️❤️
Announcing GQ's Men (and Woman) of the Year 2018: @michaelb4jordan, @henrygolding, @jonahhill, and @serenawilliams (featuring handwriting by @virgilabloh) https://t.co/EpG3lKCJ3r #GQMOTY pic.twitter.com/6MgczSxSpq
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) November 12, 2018
The magazine described Golding as “one of the industry’s must-hire new actors, and for good reason: He’s handsome, he’s suave, and that accent. “
Following the success of “Crazy Rich Asians”, the 31-year-old has been catapulted into Hollywood fame, receiving plenty of offers and acting roles in the upcoming years including “Last Christmas” alongside Emilia Clarke, Vietnam-production “Monsoon”, Guy Ritchie’s crime drama “Toff Guys” featuring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Beckinsale, and the sequel of “Crazy Rich Asians”.