These kind of conversations about hunky men always get me around to talking about Kevin Smith. He was a New Zealander like me and played Ares in Hercules.
I cried for weeks when he died on a filmset in 2002. He had just finished a film and was off to Hawaii to film with Bruce Willis - I firmly believe he would have been a superstar.
He was just a fantastic actor, and an example of why New Zealand Maori Men are one of THE most attractive examples of Manhood on the planet.
Arohanui Kevin Smith (one of these photos shows him with Cliff Curtis - another Kiwi actor)
Here is a link to some of his work: A Tribute to Kevin Smith - Collection | NZ On Screen
And this hot Utube video just does not do him justice - because his personality was electrifying...
Last edited by Rueben; 09-07-2012 at 07:00 AM.
I've loved Kevin Smith since I was a teen watching Xena! Good thing Joe M looks a lot like him (if not 7 feet taller). Also I have it bad for Gerard Butler, and Daniel Craig.
i was so puzzled because the only kevin smith i'm aware of is this guy:
...who is hilarious but sure as hell didn't play in Xena.
my primal journal:
Anson Mount is super hot in Hell on Wheels. dirtiest guy i've ever wanted to lick clean.
Mark Wahlberg has ALWAYS had a fantastic body.
Oh! and why the hell isn't Josh Holloway(Sawyer from Lost) in MORE shows/movies?!? Eyes, smile and southern drawl to die for *swoon*
I think i'm mostly hereditarily attracted to caucasian men with wide shoulders and dark hair. I pick them over all others. No skinny lankies. Ive noticed thats the build description of the males in my family. Never been attracted to a relative though LOL!
David Boreanaz's build is highly attractive to me. I'm fine with body hair, but usually find "bears" unattractive - even the straight ones.
I find Slash(Saul Hudson) to have an amazing smile and delicious lips - LOVE him.
Have a huge crush on Craig Ferguson. 22yrs my senior, but there's something irresistable about that man.
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Jon Schneider, for those of you old enough to remember Bo Duke. But I think he has aged VERY WELL in the following years, so much so that I like him even better than when he was a young pup.
For a bender - one of my daughters fell for both Jonathan Frakes and Patrick Stewart. We actually had wonderful conversations about how heart, integrity, ability, and massive intelligence can combine to override (relative) physical unattractiveness - in the case of Captain Picard. She was kinda' confused about how she could like Picard so much, a balding old dude and she, a pre-teen. Now, Riker - he had it all!
My oldest is currently hopelessly lost in Chris Evans. My special-needs one has the hots for one of the interns at her handicapped-horse riding facility (I have to say - she has good taste!). My youngest thinks boys carry cooties.