The 35-year-old actor's spoof of male stripper movie Magic Mike went viral last year (12), and he recreated his fake audition tape during his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday (24Sep13).
Biggs participated in a topless game of charades with host DeGeneres, pledging all his winnings to the animal rescue group Tails of the City.
Whipping off his shirt, Biggs quipped, "You guys are into flab, right? I'll be honest, I think there's a lot of fans who were disappointed that I didn't get Magic Mike... I made that tape. Now it's available for public consumption and I'm also available for hire for parties and stuff."
Biggs proceeded to show off his moves in a variety of dance styles from ballet to an Irish jig to twerking and the tango. For every dance he performed that DeGeneres guessed correctly, he earned $1,000 (£667) for the charity.
Biggs ultimately generated $8,000 (£5,330) for Tails of the City.
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