Stranger Things’ David Harbour opens up about his body transformation.

David Harbor lost a lot of weight between seasons 3 and 4 of ‘Stranger Things’, and recently posted a fresh photo of the process.

Harbor, 47, announced in an Instagram post on Thursday that she lost 75 pounds between two seasons of the popular Netflix series.

Harbor posted several photos with the caption, “Many people have inquired about Hopper’s body transfer from season 3 to season 4.” for 8 months [sic] My trainer @davidhigginslondon worked with me for another year to achieve the changes and maintain them during the pandemic. According to Harbor, “changing your diet and exercise program (or lack thereof)” is “a difficult and exciting journey.”

What’s New in David Harbor’s Weight Loss Journey?

The opening image of the Harbor Knights is a mashup of his character Hopper from season 3 (top) and season 4 (bottom) (bottom). The second image shows “my resistance and anger flashing” as the actor said shortly after Harbour and his trainer started working out. The third and final image was taken the day we were filming the shirtless scene from season 4. The torso is marked with a black “x” and claims to be “due to cgi scarring from real-world effects issues”. “

“I lost over 75 pounds in total. Harbor said he was “inflated again to just play the jolly Olleh Street. I’m looking forward to seeing Nick in the movie this Christmas season. I was 265-270 in season 3 and down to 190 when shooting.” will play the violent Santa Claus in . Nevertheless, he insisted that now that the project is out of production, he is “fighting again for good weight everywhere.” [H]opper ends in season 5.”

David Harbor

Harbor and his trainer David Higgins go live on Instagram on Friday at 4pm UK time. “I want to answer your questions to @davidhigginslondon and tell you what I’ve learned,” said Harbor.

In an interview with GQ Hype earlier this month, Harbor talked about changing her body for the role. “I don’t think I’ll ever do something like that again,” he told fashion magazine. “I got [it all back] Because Universal is going to release this Santa Claus movie in December.” But right now, never again. Artificial limbs are so good.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the School of Mass Communication at KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar.

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