Party boy! House Husbands star Firass Dirani smokes suspicious looking roll-up during 31st birthday celebrations

Australian actor Firass Dirani certainly partied it up on Wednesday evening as he celebrated his 31st birthday.

The House Husbands star took to Instagram with a photo of himself smoking a suspicious looking roll-up during his night out, captioning the photo: 'To all the night dreamers, and day seekers. #RolledProper @moffidy'. 

In the social media snap, the former Cleo Bachelor had his mouth wide open as he exhaled, while wearing a grey knitted sweater and a black beanie. 

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Australian actor Firass Dirani certainly partied it up on Wednesday evening as he celebrated his 31st birthday, sharing this photo of himself smoking a suspicious looking roll-up during his night out

Australian actor Firass Dirani certainly partied it up on Wednesday evening as he celebrated his 31st birthday, sharing this photo of himself smoking a suspicious looking roll-up during his night out

In another photo of himself posted a few hours earlier, the dark-haired stud sat in a car with the same outfit, holding onto a surprise birthday package.

'Thank you for the birthday love. #MadeMyDay,' he captioned this snap, which attracted an array of well wishes from his fans in the comments section. 

In May last year the actor celebrated 18 months of sobriety, speaking to CLEO magazine about the tragedy that sparked his dramatic lifestyle overhaul. 

Spoilt: In another photo of himself posted a few hours earlier, the dark-haired stud sat in a car with the same outfit, holding onto a surprise birthday package 

Spoilt: In another photo of himself posted a few hours earlier, the dark-haired stud sat in a car with the same outfit, holding onto a surprise birthday package 

The Logie award-winning actor, who portrayed Kings Cross nightclub owner John Ibrahim in the 2010 television series Underbelly: The Golden Mile, described his decision to give up alcohol as 'probably the best decision I’ve ever made'.

'I don’t drink anymore,' he revealed in the June 2014 issue of CLEO. '[I quit] a year and a half ago.'

The actor explained that after years of partying, he felt happier as a teetotaler.

Sober: In May last year the actor celebrated 18 months of sobriety, speaking to CLEO magazine about the tragedy that sparked his dramatic lifestyle overhaul 

Sober: In May last year the actor celebrated 18 months of sobriety, speaking to CLEO magazine about the tragedy that sparked his dramatic lifestyle overhaul 

'I have a lot more direction, a lot more clarity,' he said. 'I’m self-reflective, I have a new perspective on life and I don’t waste time like I used to.'

Firass previously revealed how the death of a friend from a drug overdose in 2013 served as a wake-up call for for him to change his own ways.

The friend, identified only as James, was in the same social circle as Dirani and accidentally overdosed on a concoction of drugs.

In action: The actor has been filming Channel Nine's House Husbands in Melbourne over the last few weeks

In action: The actor has been filming Channel Nine's House Husbands in Melbourne over the last few weeks

'It was a massive shock to my system and opened up my eyes,' he told TV Week

More recently it seems Firass may have relaxed his position and he was spotted enjoying a night out at the Emerson Nightclub in Melbourne over the weekend.

The handsome star and his three lady friends were having a ball, with bottles of champagne being delivered to a private V.I.P table. 

Still has a good time? A cheeky drink appeared to be on the agenda on New Year's Eve spent with designer Camilla Franks when he drank from a martini glass, which may or may not have contained alcohol

Still has a good time? A cheeky drink appeared to be on the agenda on New Year's Eve spent with designer Camilla Franks when he drank from a martini glass, which may or may not have contained alcohol

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