Fans of the controversial Netflix hit "365 Days" will soon be seeing a lot more of its breakout star, Michele Morrone.
TMZ reports that the chiseled and tattooed Italian actor-musician who played Massimo just made a deal with designer Paul Marciano to star in fine menswear holiday campaigns for Marciano and Guess by Marciano.
The new gig is delivering a windfall to the 29-year-old star of the erotic drama that hit the streaming service in June following a February theatrical release in Poland and Britain: Sources told TMZ that Marciano and Guess agreed to a six-figure deal — more than the average male model makes — all due to Michele's newfound popularity sparked by "365 Days."
That deal includes photo shoots as well as public appearances, social media promotion and potentially a runway show appearance.
It's quite a contrast to Michele's life pre-Netflix: As TMZ explains, Michele — whose Instagram feed is already full of smoldering photos — "told Paul that before his big movie break, he was making $600 a month as a gardener and was prepared to go back to the low-paying job if needed."
TMZ further reports that Paul flew to Switzerland to negotiate the deal with Michele and was encouraged by his wife, who became a big fan after seeing "365 Days."
The campaign will shoot next week, TMZ added, at "a lavish villa" in Lake Como, Italy — that's where George Clooney and attorney wife Amal have a summer home — and will also feature two female models.