David Harbour reveals his secret to weight loss

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David Harbour has gone on the gulag diet.

The “Stranger Things” star — who is currently sporting a decidedly leaner build — revealed that he’s discovered the ultimate weight-loss tip.

“It’s just not eating,” he told Page Six with a laugh Monday at The Public Theater‘s annual gala at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

“It’s amazing. You try to do all these different things, the protein and the this and that, and then you just stop eating and you lost weight.”

Harbour, 46, joked that “putting on weight is my favorite thing,” adding, “I’m really good at it.”

That said, he did admit that “it’s really s–tty to take it off, though.”

The weight loss was partly for his role as Jim Hopper in “Stranger Things,” in which Season 3 left fans believing that his character was dead.

The end of the season finale, however, revealed he was actually alive in a Russian prison — and Harbour had to shed the pounds to make himself look like a convincing gulag inmate.

“I think you’ll see, nutritionally, it’s not very good for me, mentally and nutritionally,” he told Page Six.

With Hopper’s dramatic Season 3 storyline in mind, the actor understands the Netflix show’s fans are chomping at the bit for the next installment of episodes.

“I can’t wait, too. I hope they can wait a little longer. I hope we don’t exhaust them with how long it’s taking, but yeah, I can’t wait too,” he exclaimed.

“It’s the best season. It’s just such an incredible season, the most epic thing we’ve ever done. It’s huge. It spans different continents and also it still has that tremendous heart. It truly is an extraordinary season, and unfortunately with this damn pandemic, we’ve had to wait and wait.”

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