HBO’s ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Star Wants to Be One of the ‘Girls’ (VIDEO)

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If Girls creator Lena Dunham is ever casting guys for her show, she doesn’t need to look further than her own HBO family.

Paul Sparks, who plays Mickey Doyle on the network’s Prohibition-era drama Boardwalk Empire, has stepped forward to volunteer for any part on the modern day comedy about 20-something females.

The 41-year-old actor made his case to Celebuzz on the red carpet at Sunday’s 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards, telling our cameras, “I have so many things I can do for [Dunham].”

“I play a character who never gets to have sex,” he continued, adding with a smirk, “I can do that.”

 However, don’t think Sparks it ditching his ties with Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) and the rest of the Boardwalk gang just yet — he’s still very passionate about the bootleggin’ drama.

“I think it’s a very intelligently written character drama that goes to interesting places,” he told us. “I think the group of actors that are on it are strange and wonderful and different and — weird and very talented.”

“And then all that sex and the costumes — I mean, it’s just the whole package.”

Boardwalk Empire was nominated for a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance By an Ensemble Cast in a Drama Series, but lost to PBS’ Downton Abby.

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