The world may be in turmoil as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to change everyday life, but that has not stopped actor Henry Golding from making big career moves. The dishy star of Crazy Rich Asians and seasonal romcom Last Christmas will voice the main character in Paramount Animation’s The Tiger’s Apprentice . But what else has the Malaysian-born British actor been up to? From camping, to becoming a fur-dad and making sure his body is in fantastic shape, Golding has been living his best life. And we’re here for it. Check it out … 6 Malaysian influencers who put a whole new spin on ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Another big career move He caught the world’s attention as the hottie in hit flick Crazy Rich Asians and now Golding is making sure that he stays on top of his game. He’ll be the lead voice-over in The Tiger’s Apprentice , based on Laurence Yep’s 2003 bestselling novel. The flick follows Tom, a Chinese-American teen who learns he is the guardian of the Chinese zodiac. Golding will be the voice of the talking tiger, Mr Hu, who takes Tom under his wing. Camping with his love View this post on Instagram A post shared by Henry Golding (@henrygolding) on Jun 17, 2020 at 11:27am PDT As Hollywood put a pause on life during the coronavirus pandemic, Golding made the most of the hiatus, spending down time with his wife, Liv Lo, at a popular camping spot in California. 5 Asian-American actors challenging Hollywood gender roles – on screen and off Supporting Black Lives Matter View this post on Instagram Stand up for what is right. Remember #GeorgeFloyd and countless others this weekend. Remember the cause. A post shared by Henry Golding (@henrygolding) on May 30, 2020 at 11:47am PDT Golding added his voice to the Black Lives Matter protests that swept across the US and the world after the death of unarmed African-American George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer. He was spotted at a protest in L.A and publicly criticised Miss Universe Malaysia 2017, Samantha Katie James, for her comments around race. Black Lives Matter: how K-pop stans drowned out racist voices with fancams Perfecting that body View this post on Instagram Working out with @fitsphere_bylivlo after not working out for a while... The burn is real!! Thanks @livlogolding for putting me through my paces. If you haven't already checkout @fitsphere_bylivlo yourself, the ones I'm holding are the special prototype 3 lbs versions. The 2 lbs are great place to start ⚡️ A post shared by Henry Golding (@henrygolding) on Jul 3, 2020 at 5:16pm PDT Just like us, Golding battled to maintain an exercise routine during lockdown. Focusing on squats (hello, tight tush) and all-round fitness, Golding said when he got back into the exercise groove, the “burn was real”. He’s a fur-dad View this post on Instagram A post shared by Henry Golding (@henrygolding) on Apr 29, 2020 at 9:18pm PDT Probably one of the cutest moments we’ve ever witness online was when pup, Stella, who Golding is fostering during lockdown, joined him for a gym session. He even appealed to his legion of fans to consider adopting a pet of their own. Bless. Brooklyn Beckham and 7 other blinging celebrity engagement rings of 2020 Wait, is there a Crazy Rich Asians sequel on the way? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andrew Shin (@a_shinster) on Jul 20, 2020 at 1:05pm PDT Fans of Golding and the smash film have been waiting with bated breath since the movie was released in 2018. And our favourite leading man may just have some good news, telling fans, “They haven’t told us anything about it, I think they are busy writing away.” Squeal! Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .