A Video Of Euphoria's Fez Waiting Tables Before Fame Has Gone Viral
7 March 2022, 17:43 | Updated: 16 March 2022, 16:59
A video of Angus Cloud before he made it big playing Fezco on Euphoria has gone viral on TikTok.
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Season two of Euphoria may have come to an end, but the mania surrounding the teen drama continues!
The cast of the angsty hit-show has skyrocketed to fame in recent years since the first episode aired on HBO in mid-2019 – turning the lives of the actors inside out.
A viral video of Angus Cloud – who portrays the beloved character of Fezco – is making the rounds online as it shows the whopping difference just a few years can make to your career.
In the clip scattered all over TikTok, the aspiring actor can be seen working as a waiter back in 2018.
The TikTok video was shared by @just.darleen, who realised that the waiter from her birthday party from over four years ago was actually Euphoria's Fezco!
She wrote: "Wow, 4 years ago Fez was my waiter at my birthday brunch in Brooklyn [sic]."
The clip showed Angus clearing the table during a shift at an American chicken-and-waffles restaurant in New York.
Comments from fans soon came pouring in, with one user writing: "Started from the bottom now he's here."
Another commented: "Your life can change in an instant. Never give up everyone". At the time of writing the original TikTok has been viewed a whopping 28.1 million times!
Euphoria boasts an impressive cast of young talent, such as Zendaya who hailed from the Disney machine – however, the hit show was Angus’ big break as it was his first-ever acting credit!
Last month Angus spoke about how he bagged his role on the mega-series, revealing that he was approached in the street by a casting agent for the HBO show.
He told The Face: “She gave me her phone number, so I called her, I went, they had me do a couple auditions and whatnot, and then I flew out to film the pilot in LA.”
Talk about being in the right place at the right time!
Angus has spoken about his days as a struggling actor before, chatting to GQ back in 2019: “I don’t have any credit and they didn’t believe I was a real actor."
Now, the cast is gearing up for the third season after it got the green light last month!