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The Turning Point Podcast

Actor Jai Courtney on bulking and shredding for movie roles and navigating a career in Hollywood

Season 4, Ep. 3

On this episode of The Turning Point podcast actor and host of The Summit, Jai Courtney, reveals what it's like to work with Tom Cruise and details the process and mindset required to build up and shred down for movie roles.

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