Is Adrian Paul thinking, “Whoa, car trouble. What will I do? Guess I’ll fix it.”?
Adrian Paul Hewett is a television and film actor born in London. He made recurring guest appearances in several television series’ such as The Colbys, War of the Worlds, and Dark Shadows. He is best known for his role as “Duncan MacLeod” on Highlander: The Series. More recently Paul played “Cole/Daggon” in the series Tracker. His latest role is as “Brad” in the film Deauville due to be released sometime in 2010.
Adrian Paul said, “I would love to play a vampire because they are so sexual.” Hopefully we will get to see that soon!
After more than a dozen hit albums, countless concert tours and awards sexy rock star Jon Bon Jovi is still going strong!
Maybe you’ve never heard of Miles O’Keefe. Could be because he was not a particularly great actor. But who cares if he can act. Just looking at his fantastic body would be enough. His first, and maybe his best known role, was as Tarzan, The Ape Man. His co-stars were Bo Derek and Richard Harris. This Tarzan story was written from Jane’s point of view. It’s the first meetings of Tarzan and Jane and the tagline was: “The most beautiful woman or our time in the most exotic adventure of all time”. WOW!
Christopher Atkins wearing his handmade island coverup
Christopher Atkins Bomann was born in Rye, NY. He wasn’t interested in acting until an agent he knew talked him into auditioning for The Blue Lagoon. He won the role of “Richard” over 4,000 others who also auditioned. The film, co-starring Brooke Shields, was an enormous success grossing over $58 million with a production cost of just $4.5 million. He then starred, along with Kristy McNichol in The Pirate Movie, again appearing shirtless, which would become a recurring theme for him as an actor. In 1982 he was on the cover of Playgirl Magazine and later in the year posed nude for the magazine. Atkins appeared as “Peter Richards” in one season of the prime time soap Dallas. It became impossible for him to distance himself from his character in Blue Lagoon and during the 1990s and 2000s he appeared in several made for TV and cable films like Fatal Charms, Angel Flight Dawn, and Caved In. His most recent work was in the film Exodus Fall which starred Jesse James and Rosanna Arquette followed by a starring role in the drama Stained Glass Windows.
Gregory Harrison lookin’ too sexy in his teeny Zkini
Gregory Neale Harrison was born in Avalon, Catalina Island, CA and is best known for his role as “Dr. George Alonzo ‘Gonzo’ Gates” on the television series Trapper John, M.D. He played the role from 1979 to 1985. Harrison starred in the made for TV movie For Ladies Only as a male stripper. When he appeared in the television miniseries Fresno, a parody of prime time soap operas starring Carol Burnett, Harrison used his character “Torch” to spoof the role he played in For Ladies Only by appearing shirtless at every opportunity. He has made guest appearances on many other television shows such as Sisters, Safe Harbor, Ed, Judging Amy, Joey, and, most recently, One Tree Hill.
Gregory Harrison said: “I didn’t study acting for nine years to become a hunk.” Sorry Gregory, but it seems to have happened anyway. And we are really glad it did!