Warwick Davis has revealed he is in talks to host his own chat show.
The Life's Too Short star told The Daily Telegraph that he is in negotiations for the show and is very excited about the prospect of a solo project.
"I've always loved the idea of having a talk show, and now I've been approached for one and we are chatting about it," said the actor.
Warwick, 42-years-old and 3ft 6in tall, claimed that he wants to be "a little bit cheeky and witty, but pleasant enough to get all the best guests".
Life's Too Short, written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, is the second time Davis has worked with the writers behind cult sitcom The Office. He appeared as a character in Gervais and Merchant's Extras opposite Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe.
In Life's Too Short, Davis had the chance to work alongside Hollywood A-listers Johnny Depp, Liam Neeson and Helena Bonham Carter, an experience which prompted the star to express his excitement for a possible second series of the programme.
Davis has also appeared in films including Star Wars, Willow and Harry Potter.