Internet registration company is known for their controversial advertisements that become the topic of many conversations. Similarly, a commercial featuring NASCAR racer Danica Patrick and super-model Bar Refaeli debuted during the Super Bowl held last Sunday got the attention of many.

The advertisement which shows Refaeli kissing a "super-nerd" Walter played by Jesse Heiman seems to have worked as it got many people talking - good and bad things.

The advertisement has definitely worked for Boston-born Heiman who has acted as an extra in over hundred movies and TV serials. The 34-year-old actor revealed to that after the commercial he has become sort of a "sex symbol."

He said that he has "had guys tweet me that they wish they were me, and girls tweet me saying they wish they were Bar." He further said, "I have girls run up to me and take pictures with me, tweet me for dates."

The commercial has not only improved his social status but has also fetched him many acting offers. He told the website that "There are lots of inquiries coming in to my agent and manager, their phone has been ringing off the hook, but they are really letting me enjoy the moment right now."

The Huffington Post reported that a popular adult-movie company, Assence Films, is offering Heiman a role in a porn movie with the actress of his choice.

Producer Mike Kulich told the publication that they "want to bring the average guy to our movies and Jesse is just the guy for the job. We are prepared to give him a scene with any girl of his choosing and a nice check to accompany his porn debut."

However, there has been no response from Heiman to the offer and it does not look like he will be taking it up any time soon.

During an interview with Access Hollywood, Heiman revealed that he and Refaeli had to re-enact the kiss around 45 to 60 times to get the perfect shot, not that he is complaining about it. He said, "I lost count. I just enjoyed each one like it was the first one. We just had a fun time making it."

The commercial that was aired during the Super Bowl was actually the censored version, to have a look at the uncensored advertisement, click here.