Jack Falahee, who plays "How to Get Away With Murder's" outspoken gay hunk Connor Walsh, spent all season getting dirty -- and now the actor is cleaning up during his hiatus.
"I'm doing laundry and seeing family," Falahee told TheWrap at Saturday's GLAAD Media Awards.
One of the breakout stars of the ABC Shondaland hit, Falahee reflected on his good fortune in joining a cast that includes Academy Award nominated actress Viola Davis and Matt McGorry.
"It's a privilege to be able to play a character like Connor, who is unapologetically who he is," Falahee said of the show, which concluded its first jawdropping season a month a go. "That's huge, it's significant... the response has been so positive, I'm really lucky."
"How to Get Away With Murder" won Best Drama Series at the award ceremony, hosted at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
"'It doesn't just get better, it gets awesome," said show creator Peter Norwalk accepting the prize, adding that Falahee plays Connor with "perfection."
Falahee returns for a second season in the fall, with plenty of clean clothes to peel off on-screen.