Clint Hayslett
Twitter/Collin Hayslett
#LifeGoals: Dad fulfills modeling dreams at 45
Jan Milo Severo ( - April 23, 2019 - 12:43pm

MANILA, Philippines — A 45-year-old man is the talk of the town in social media recently after his son posted photos of him on Twitter. 

University of Toledo student Collin Hayslett posted four photos of his dad Clint on Twitter that went viral. Currently, the post has 81,208 retweets and 376,673 likes.

“My dad is 45, pursuing a modeling career, and I’ve never seen him happier. He told me he’s just waiting for a chance to blow up. So, Twitter, meet my dad,” Collin captioned his post. 

Twitter users tagged Clint as “Hot Dad” when they shared Collin’s tweet. Some users also said that Clint has a resemblance with Hollywood actors Steve Carell and Andy Garcia. 

Twitter users commented positive comments on Clint’s photos, saying that he truly needs to start being a model because he looks good. 

“But on a serious note, he truly needs to start selling colognes, rich rich suits & cars cause hes got that ageless attractiveness that ad campaigns like. gclooney mixed with most interesting man vibes,” a Twitter user commented. 

“He can still have his time if he goes after the right opportunities for him and learns how to market himself,” she added. 

Days after he posted his dad’s photos, Collin shared on his Instagram account that they made it in “Good Morning America” as guests. 

“What an amazing experience. I thought this kind of thing only happened in dreams, but we made it BIG! Thank you for having us on your show, what an honor,” he posted.



I love seeing my dad this happy :’) @mrclinthayslett

A post shared by Collin Hayslett (@coolcat_collin) on

Before becoming a model, Clint has been a pastor for over 20 years in Toledo, Ohio. Based on his Instagram account created and managed by his son Collin, Clint has done photo shoots for a men's wear and an eyewear brand.







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