Nyle DiMarco might have a bit too much on his plate to worry about love.
The America's Next Top Model cycle 22 winner, who has described his sexuality as "fluid," admits that he's "ready" for love, but has his focus elsewhere these days. The deaf model, actor and activist spoke to ET recently about his busy career, his upcoming Broadway play and his love life.
"No, no one in my life right now. So busy right now," DiMarco told ET's Denny Directo. "I don't mind, I'm ready but I want to just foster my career first and then later on focus on that."
The talented 28-year-old's career already included modeling and acting, but he's adding yet another hat: producer. DiMarco is readying to produce his first play, a Broadway revival of Children of a Lesser Godstarring Joshua Jackson. The play follows the story of a deaf student and her teacher.
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DiMarco had nothing but praise for the Dawson's Creek alum, calling him "amazing."
"Joshua has learned a lot. He has really learned a lot of signing and I mean a lot," DiMarco said. "Often hearing people, they can't really pick up a lot of signs and memorize a script. You know, it's really amazing to watch them both together."
He said that it was important for him to become involved with the play.
"I'm really glad I could really take up that producer role because I really believe in representation, true representations to happen, both behind the camera or on stage. And my whole life, as based on my life experience as a deaf person, I really have a great well spring of experience I could bring to the table," he said. "So when hearing people watch this play, they could see the real deaf experience that's the whole point."
Children of a Lesser God debuts April 11 at New York City's Studio 54.
Watch DiMarco's entire interview on ET's Daily Denny below.