“Going to work in a national park as a land commissioner or something. I like the idea of being forced into — not forced into nature — but to have that as my everyday experience, to be in nature,” he explained.
With more than five dozen acting credits to his name, the “300” star doesn’t appear likely to transition to a second career as a park ranger any time soon, but he told Page Six that his love of the outdoors was part of the reason he loved Scotland and tended to vacation in out-of-the-way places.
“I think it’s one of the most beautiful places in the world,” he said of his home country. “And often my holidays are to places like Iceland, into the middle of nowhere.”