Film star Vinnie Jones has branded England "past its sell-by date" and said that it has opened its doors to too many immigrants in a wide-ranging interview with the Radio Times.
The Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels actor said he is much happier living in Los Angeles and that he could never be tempted back.
Asked whether he might make a poster boy for Ukip, the British actor replied: "You what?...I'm not familiar with them."
"I play golf six days a week, and I've still got my football team, the Hollywood All-Stars. Those are my two main things."
The former Wimbledon and Wales footballer, who was known for his aggression on the football pitch, dismissed suggestions that he must at least miss the British sense of humour - and baked beans.
Jones also said that his football background gave him cachet in Hollywood.
Asked about today's football matches and players rolling around in apparent agony following negligible contact with another player, he replied: "Yeah, well, that rolling around, that's the foreign players.
"I said it all 15 years ago, that diving would creep in, and also that the England team would suffer, because none of these foreign managers would buy English players. It's all happening, just like I said it would."