The LSU Tigers are looking to be one of the best teams in the country heading into the 2016 season, but it looks like head coach Les Miles is focusing on what could be his life after football.
While he is helping his team prepare for what could be a huge year for the Tigers, he is moonlighting as an independent film actor.
In the past, Miles has expressed his desire to be an actor in a film at some point in his lifetime. On Tuesday, The Advocate shared a photo of the Tigers’ coach dressed as a cop on the set of indie film “Camera Obscura.”
While this appearance is in a small movie and is pretty minimal, it is still like a dream come true for Miles, who appears in the film for just a few seconds and has one line.
It is the second time he has appeared in a movie, but the first time he has done so with some kind of character.
Les Miles made a cameo appearance as a recruiter for Oklahoma State in the 2014 film “When the Game Stands Tall,” but this will certainly mean more to him going forward. Once he sees his dream realized, he can get right back to helping the Tigers preparing for the 2016 season.
LSU opens the 2016 season against the Wisconsin Badgers on Sept. 3 at Lambeau Field.