Given his F1 commitments it will be tough to see Lewis Hamilton on the big screen in the immediate future, however the Brit admits he'd love to act one day.
The 36-year-old has no shortage of interests outside of the world of motorsport, whether it be performing music under the pseudonym 'XNDA' or launching his own clothing line, TOMMYXLEWIS. In addition to that, Hamilton has made it clear he'd love to take some acting classes and delve into it further.
"I would love to act one day," Hamilton told DAZN. "I want to be the best, at everything I do. I want to be the best, to do the best I can. So, if I'm going to do a film I'll go to classes, study and make sure I express emotions the way I should."
However don't expect Hamilton to appear in a blockbuster any time soon, stating it's something he'll have to do once he retires from F1.
"I don't have the time right now, so I guess it will be something I do when I retire," Hamilton added.
During the same interview Hamilton was asked by F3 driver Juan Manuel Correa what it's like to be one of the best drivers in the world, with the Brit offering a humble response.
"In my mind I'm still the Lewis from a small town like Stevenage who dreamt of being here and I still dream of doing what I do," Hamilton concluded.