He's already revealed that he would have no issue whatsoever with the full frontal nudity involved if he was cast as Christian Grey in a 50 Shades Of Grey movie.
And as he shot scenes for New Girl in Woodland Hills, California, on Monday, Max Greenfield proved that he is most definitely not shy why it comes to baring all on screen.
The 32-year-old actor stripped down to a very small pair of red swimming trunks as the cast got to work on the second series of the hit show.
In the scenes, Max's character Schmidt appears to be stripping off in an attempt to impress ex-girlfriend Cece, who appears to have arrived at a Halloween party arm-in-arm with a new man dressed as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
Originally dressed in a black tuxedo, bow-tie and top hat, Schmidt is seen slowly removing his outfit to reveal his trunks beneath.
Later in the shoot, Max was seen wearing a black waistcoat over his trunks and switched his top hat for a cowboy-style stetson.
And referring to Schmidt's apparent split from Cece, Max added to Celebuzz.com: 'He’s a free man in every sense of the word now. And it’s going to get truly scary for everyone else involved.'
Max also admitted he is still coming to terms with the fame he has achieved through the huge success of the show, which also stars Zooey Deschanel.
He said: 'It’s crazy. It was nuts when we went to the Golden Globes, and you have all of these fancy movie people sitting in the middle.
Meanwhile, Hannah Simone's character Cece, who appeared to have flaunted the fancy dress code and opted for a chic cream dress, is seen looking aghast as Schmidt embarrasses himself with the saucy display.
The shoot was taking place ahead of the premiere of the second season of New Girl next week, and Max said in a recent intevriew that he can't wait for Schmidt to be back in the dating game following an unfortuante injury which saw him forced to wear a penis cast.
He said: 'First episode, it’s off. He’s back! Thank goodness. That needed to happen. But it’s off and he’s a free man again. And that’s a good thing for everybody.'