Since its Netflix release earlier this month, The Tinder Swindler documentary film has taken the world by storm. And now its lead star-slash-scammer is planning to take Hollywood by storm, too. Now known worldwide as Simon Leviev, Israeli national Shimon Hayut is aiming for a career in showbiz following his overnight global infamy. Hayut changed his name to Simon Leviev to falsely pose as the son of Russian-Israeli billionaire and diamond mogul, Lev Leviev. The doc tells how, through a lavish lifestyle depicted on social media, he would allegedly scam European women he met on Tinder and lure them with destination dates via private jets, expensive meals and five-star hotel stays. Needless to say, within hours of the film’s February 2 drop, he become a global meme – and not for the right reasons. While he has not faced any charges relating to the stories told by the three women in the documentary and now lives freely in Israel , he swiftly deleted his Instagram account and his scam seemed to finally be over. And, of course, viewers found solace in the fact that he had been banned from Tinder and other related dating apps. Meet Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s millionaire sons, Brandon and Dylan A spokesperson told E! News that the company “banned Simon Leviev and any of his known aliases as soon as the story of his actions became public”. But that has not deterred the infamous swindler for cashing in on his new-found fame. Yep, now that his cunning cash flow has run dry, the world’s most famous scammer apparently needs new income revenues. According to TMZ, Leviev’s new Hollywood manager is Gina Rodriguez from Gitoni Inc., and they’ve been discussing ways to turn his new-found fame into a profitable entertainment career. If that’s not turning life’s lemons into lemonade, we don’t know what is. Of course, since signing with a talent manager, Leviev wants to share his side of the story (surprise: it’s a scam!) and write a book. 7 things to know about Brad Pitt’s rumoured girlfriend, Lykke Li Before shutting down his Instagram account, he already hinted he would be back to tell us more: “Thank you for all your support. I will share my side of the story in the next few days when I have sorted out the best and most respectful way to tell it, both to the involved parties and myself. Until then, please keep an open mind and heart.” TMZ also reports that Leviev is brainstorming a dating show, which features women competing for his love, and wants to share dating advice on a potential podcast. Dating advice from the Tinder Swindler? As outrageous as that sounds, hearing the ultimate online dating professional’s insights might be diverting at least (OK, we’re listening). Who is Hannah Quinlivan, Jay Chou’s pregnant Taiwanese-Australian wife? Of course, this could very well be only the tip of the iceberg. Imagine the elaborate storyline of an authorised Tinder Swindler movie adaptation? What about a drama series or new reality show? A spot on Dancing with the Stars ? We have a feeling we’re about to see a lot more of Simon Leviev. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .