Run’s Domhnall Gleeson becomes major sex symbol as ‘kinky’ romps on show drive fans wild

RUN'S Domhnall Gleeson has become a major sex symbol after ‘kinky’ romps on the show drive fans wild.

The 37-year-old Irish actor plays Billy Johnson in the Sky Comedy series, who gets his former college girlfriend Ruby Richardson (Merritt Weavver) to walk away from her ordinary life in the suburbs to revisit their past.

The former couple had made a pact 17 years prior that if either one of them texted the word “run” and the other replied with the same, they would drop everything and meet in Grand Central Station and travel across America together.

As they take the train, the sexual tension between them steadily increases until it spills over into a passionate romp in Ruby's roomette.

The sexy scenes have won Domhnall a whole new legion of fans, who have taken to Twitter to drool over him.

One thirsty post read: "Watched one episode of run now I wanna f*** Domhall Gleeson."


Another added: "I feel like Domhall Gleeson is kinky in the bedroom and I like it."

While another wrote: "After watching the first two episodes of run I’ve decided I want to run away with domhall gleeson and Merritt Weaver and have hot sex on a night train."

A fellow fan gushed: "i started watching hbo's 'run' and GODDAMN domhall gleeson is so fine looking man…..i guess i have a sweet spot for irishmen."

Domhnall previously opened up about the steamy sex scenes, admitting they were "very strange" and left him feeling "queasy".

He told Decider: "Well there’s a couple of things going on. Like that train is not a nice thing to shoot on because it’s in a studio. It’s been built.

"There are all these screens outside, like a screen per window, but whatever’s on that screen, the perspective on it changes depending on where the cameras on.

"Then it’s also being rocked from side-to-side so it’s really easy to get very, very queasy and very sick on that train very quickly.

"So that doesn’t help like anything, particularly, in that scene.”

Run continues tonight at 9pm on Sky Comedy.

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