Stan Yanevski traded in his Quidditch uniform for a collection of impressive tattoos

By People Staff
August 19, 2016 04:05 PM
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Viktor Krum is all grown up.

It’s been nearly 11 years since the hunky Bulgarian Quidditch player caught the eye of Hermoine Granger in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – and needless to say, the years have served him well.

Nowadays, actor Stan Yanevski is essentially unrecognizable compared to the character he played in the 2005 film. He’s not only grown his hair and beard out, but he’s traded in his Quidditch uniform for an impressive sleeve of tattoos.

Photos of Yanevski started circulating earlier this week, and fans couldn’t help but drool over the actor’s affinity for posting shirtless pictures to his Instagram.

The actor looks like he could trade in his wand and easily jump on a motorcycle in Sons of Anarchy.

And while the past 11 years have certainly been very kind to him, the actor still remembers his roots as an original Potterhead.

In addition to appearing in Harry Potter, Yanevski has also starred in Hostel: Part II and Resistance. He also had a reccuring role on the TV series Undercover.

So who else is hoping for a Harry Potter reunion even more now?

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