His dream is to walk for Calvin Klein.
And at 6'2", with long blonde hair, blue eyes, and now with European representation, there's every chance he will.
Braidwood boy Sam McGlone, 21, has won a 12-month modelling contract with Germany's CORE Management EU after coming second in the recent Illawarra's Top Model competition.
Sam was chosen from a group of 40 entrants across Sydney and the South Coast and believes his height, catwalk skills and "country charm" got him so far in the competition.
Illawarra's Top Model is an initiative of Wollongong-based Highlights on Mental Health and aims to help "lift the stigma that has hung so heavily over mental health."
Round one of the competition included raising $500 for the Highlights on Mental Health and Sam's family and friends were right behind him. Sam's sister Brittney - married to Panthers prop James Tamou - even raffled off one of James's former NSW Origin jerseys to help raise the money.
Sam is now on the books of CORE Management EU, who will aim to secure catwalk, photography and acting work for Sam right across Europe.
Not bad for a boy who started out modelling in Fashions on the Field at Thoroughbred Park.
Mum Kerry McGlone is a milliner and decided to take the initiative on Sam's modelling career in 2013. She bought her son a suit from John Hanna Fine Clothes in Civic and encouraged him to enter the male section of Fashions on the Field at the Black Opal stakes. He won - and then won again the following year.
"I definitely have mum to thank," Sam laughed.
Sam grew up on a farm just outside of Braidwood and in 2004 starred as Aiden Chamberlain in the television series Through My Eyes. The series chronicled the Lindy Chamberlain story and starred Miranda Otto as Lindy.
He describes his look as "surfy, beachy" and his go-to brands are Rip Curl and Quiksilver. But he does love dressing up in a suave Oxford suit when he gets the chance.
"My dream is to walk for Calvin Klein," he said.
"And to be on Home and Away as that can open a lot of doors internationally."
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