Comedian and actor Ash Williams didn’t take long to open up to his fellow contestants on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here.
During the second episode which aired on Channel 10 on Monday night, the star delved deep into a story about how he used to sell feet photos online.
It all started when Abbie Chatfield was talking to Grant Denyer about a friend of hers who makes “thousands” online by selling photos of their feet.
In disbelief, Denyer couldn’t figure out how someone would spend so much.
Williams chimed in, “It’s never thousands. They’re tight with their money. They’re not going to be splashing around $1000.”
“Has anyone ever paid you for photos of your feet?” asked Denyer.
“Yeah, I stopped doing it,” Williams answered. “This guy was just on me. ‘Hey Foot King, do you feel like sending photos of your feet?’”
Both Chatfield and Denyer were in stitches over the ‘Foot King’ comment, however Williams continued.
“I stopped doing it because he wanted more artistic direction on the feet pics.”
To the camera, Williams discussed further what people must think of him when he tells them of his foot fetish photo past.
“They think I’m a bit of a nut, or they’re intrigued. They’re like, this is a story I haven’t heard.”
Interestingly, Williams divulged on what the best part of the foot was to send to a potential buyer.
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“They love soles. That is the creme de la creme. If you show your soles… that’s it. It’s just the best part of the foot. You never show soles first.”
“It’s not that fulfilling,” he concluded.
Before Williams scored guest roles in US sitcoms The Exes and Anger Management and performing regular stand-up at The Comedy Store and Hollywood Improv, he had to work less-than-glamorous jobs to pay the bills when he first moved to the Los Angeles.
“I was doing vodka shots at a gay bar. I was walking around in hot pants. This was when times were really tough,” Williams said, sitting in a Hollywood bar.
“I got some really financially profitable options from lovely gentlemen but I never went down that path.
“People would just pay me $150 to pick them up from the airport. I’m up for anything, pretty much.”
Among his WTF jobs was posing as a stranger’s new boyfriend.
“Like this girl, I didn’t really know her, wanted to make her ex-boyfriend jealous so she paid me $150 to pretend to be her new boyfriend … to make her ex jealous,” Williams said.
And there was that time he dressed up as a “noble lord”.
“I’ve dressed up … and hid in these bushes at University of Southern California and [had to] jump out of the bushes and say, ‘I’m the noble lord and I choose you’. It was something to do with student housing for the university.
“They’re really strange jobs that just sound ridiculous when you say them.”
We guess he can add ‘Foot King’ to his resume now.