Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes al tema Hombres Guapos.
Si en el cromo pasado confesé que hace años había dedicado un poema sentido (y bastante guarro) a Jorge Rivero, este mes con García me veo obligado a declarar que este, un poema no tuvo, pero que a cambio le hice protagonista de mi I Valerio Lazarov You, novela por entregas. En ella este cromo ejercía de galán número 1 junto a beldades de la talla de Agata Lys y, evidentemente, Nadiuska (en sus respectivas transfiguraciones también). Era lógico, pues este pedazo de tiarrón azteca me marcó bastante más que Rivero al decubrirlo en los pases televisivos de sus bodrios con René Cardona Jr.
Andres fue todo un mito erótico en su tierra de adopción (ha nacido en la República Dominicana y además tiene sangre española por parte de sus padres), en él se resúmen a la perfección todos los rasgos positivos y negativos del macho latino: ese que puede ser cruel y romántico a partes iguales con el sexo contrario. Que es bravo y suave según corresponda, déspota y condescendiente, orgulloso y reflexivo. Fisicamente casi lo tenía todo: era más guapo que Rivero, con quien los directores en un principio le quisieron enfrentar. Pero por l a contra, pronto se vio que Jorge tenía bastante más prestancia, una imágen más dura y una personalidad que le hacían rechazar ofertas televisivas indignas de un actor que había pasado por Hollywood (y de trabajar con Hawks). Mientras, el nada hirsuto García se entregaba a los culebrones que le dieron muchísima fama y una gran cantidad de dinero (que el supo sacar de las piedras, aireando cuanto pudo aspectos de su vida privada que pronto fueron pasto de las revistas del corazón). Volviendo a las guapuras, contemplar a García en su mejor momento (finales de los sesenta- principios de los ochenta) es una experiencia grata para la vista. Su rostro aniñado, de preciosos ojos verdes, su cuerpo serrano... aunque si acaso habría que reconocer que sus piernas eran algo flacas. Incluso habría un detalle que no se debería sacar salvo si uno de repente se siente intimidado en sus actuaciones por ese exceso de vanidad tan irritante típico de los papitos como él: y es que su pene era muy pequeño. Imaginamos que un sietemachos consideraría esto ya no sólo una deficiencia a ocultar, sino un motivo de verguenza que lo disminuiría en poder viril. Y, en cambio, a juzgar por la de veces que consintió que se lo retratara con el micropene al aire, juraríamos que tamaña tara no le reportaba ningun conflicto personal.
Es en lo personal donde supo venderse de maravilla. Con un pasado aventuril digno de un Errol Flynn a escala menor o, por ponernos localistas, de un genuino Chanoc, podría vanagloriarse ad aeternam de sus experiencias indómitas de cazador de tiburones, ballenas y demás mamíferos de m ala fama por las selvas del Orinoco. Sobrevivió a tales alimañas con el mismo arrojo con que lo hizo tras sufrir un aparatoso accidente en helicóptero en el que acabó cayendo al mar (a los dos minutos ya salía a flote). Y si por si esto fuera poco, se salvó de un atentado a su persona mientras conducía su automóvil (le dispararon al parecer hasta dieciseis balas, saliendo ileso). En lo sexual fue un pichabrava que aportaría al mundo 16 hijos (esos, los oficiales por lo menos). Su aureola de triunfador fue pareja al de playboy y empresario de hostelería capaz de dirigir hoteles propios en Acapulco. Y como a todo heroe tambien le llega el aviso de la muerte a través del demonio del cáncer, se sobrepuso a dos malignos que invadieron su próstata. Pronto vendería su milagrosa superación a las televisiones mexicanas explicando que lo había conseguido gracias a unas hierbas mágicas.
Es lógico que su autobiografía, El consentido de Dios, fuese ante todo un profundo agradecimiento al divino por darle esa buena estrella que siempre le guió en todos sus percances terrenos. Con tamaño bagaje, amén de su apostura antes ponderada por mí, cae de cajón que fuese un macho adorado por las hembras y por bastantes señores.
Su debut cinematográfico data de 1.967 y fue interpretando al heroe popular Chanoc, el junglesco. Acompañado siempre por su padrino, complemento humorístico y veterano frente a su arrolladora juventud logró calar rápido entre los públicos de clase media. Al poco vendría su paso por el terror ruinoso del último Karloff (Boris fue a dar con sus restos en los estudios Churubusco para pasmo de sus seguidores más desprevenidos). Títulos como House of devil y Pacto diabólico pertenecen ya no sólo a lo peor de la carrera del único Frankenstein que mereció la pena, sino que se insieren en el período de declive total del reivindicable cine fantástico mexicano.
De entre todas sus películas de la primera mitad de los setenta, quizá la que le reportó mayores satisfacciones personales fue El principio (1.973), ambientada en la revolución del país y combinando drama con romance. Andrés con su actuación alcanzaría un premio ciertamente prestigioso, el Ariel. Sin duda una de las mejores bazas que tenía el machote era su desparpajo natural, dueño de un gracejo que parecía instintivo y que rapidamente caló entre el público. Su sentido del humor hicieron el resto (físico aparte).
Cuando Cardona Jr le reclamó de buena gana se puso en sus manos, pues sabía distribuir con pillería sus subproductos en los mercados extranjeros. Este experto oportunista, ladrón de cuanta fórmula internacional estuviese de moda, lo eligió de galán casi exclusivo en al menos tres títulos idénticos: Tintorera (1.977), El diabólico triá ngulo de las Bermudas (1.978) y Ciclón (1.979). Se beneficiaba de unos repartos insólitos, en tanto que venían cargados de estrellas americanas (una doble ironía, pues no sólo se plagiaba temática sino un estilo que en Hollywood parecía imperar que eran los all star cast, auténticos cementerios de elefantes míticos disfrazados de festival peripatético). Cardona jr. en esto último también dio calderilla: así pasaron por el terror en alta mar gentes como John Huston, Carroll Baker, Arthur Kennedy, Susan George, Claudine Auger o Lionel Stander junto a las autóctonas presencias de García y un barbitas horrendo al que se le enfrentó en galanura: Hugo Stiglietz. Este espanto de actor y de persona paradojicamente al medírselas con García reveló un sentimiento insólito que en un principio parecía no encajar en la trama, y así en sus duelos verbales con Andrés en Tintorera revolotea de manera constante una homofilia que sigue alucinándome a cada nuevo visionado (y sobre todo, por venir de donde viene). A cada plano de desnudez Garciesca le continua un contraplano de Stiglitz mirándolo con fijeza y blandura (¿problemas de orientación sexual del seudoactor Hugo?, ¿malicia de un Cardona con ganas de romper clisés?. Pas de tout. Pero me inclino a que el bestia que dirigía estaba de vuelta y media ya que esos primeros planos de las miradas de ambos maromos cuando están solos y se olvidan del trio con Susan George, dicen más que palabras del estilo te deseo moi non plus). Lo cierto es que la mierda de película esta (que nacía al socaire del éxito de Tibu rón) es un verdadero despliegue de exhibicionismo de nuestro cromo, que en su morenez de chulo de guiris, con integrales incluidos, causaría sensación. Iría más lejos: marcaría un hito en la historia del beefcake en ese país, acabando por relegar a la alimaña a un muy secundario plano. Sonrisa dentífrica irreprochable, naturalidad agradecible, momentos submarinos ideales para un nadador como él era en la vida real... De estas tres cacas, Tintorera es la mejor para la práctica del culto García. Porque el horror intríngulis es una ridiculez a cuenta de un pobre mamífero del tamaño de una sardina en escabeche que por dar un mordisquito de nada a una puta en bikini, a las tantas de haber comenzado la película, se arma la histeria. Lo que prima es el despliegue erótico de andar por casa y punto pelota.
En el Triángulo de las bermudas, la acción se hace tan imperceptible, el confusionismo ideológico, temático, plagiario es tan absurdo, el destape de Garcia es tan inexistente incluso, que podríamos decir que lo único que vale la pena es la pubescencia indigenil de René Cardona III, un crio a reivindicar con urgencia. Y quienes deseen tener un verdadero conocimiento de este fenómeno paranormal, les recomiendo que repasen mejor viejos programas del doctor Jimenez del Oso o, en su defecto, el demencial reportaje aparecido en un Lib de la época con el título de El triángulo de las desnudas (profusamente ilustrado, además). Saldrán ustedes ganando.
Más allá de catastrofismos de ínfimo presupuesto, la faceta de amante de mujeres internacionales de Garcia también se amplió a señoritas españolas de la talla de la nacionalizada Nadiuska o Amparo Muñoz. Ellas lo disfrutaron bien pues lo sentían como si fuese un Máximo Valverde más macizo. Con la primera se revolcó en Suave, cariño, muy suave (1.978) y con la ex Miss Universo en Mírame con ojos pornográficos (1.980) también conocida con el título de El sexólogo. Nada que no se sujetase a las nuevas corrientes seudoeróticas que empobrecían las pantallas mediterraneas y que siempre tuvieron sus partidarios.
Paradojas del destino, en los años noventa un Andrés ya maduro, de sienes plateadas y bigotazo mariachi triunfaría en nuestro país cuando nos invadió la fiebre de los culebrones. Fue entonces cuando verdaderamente este caballero se dio a conocer entre nosotros a lo masivo. Lástima que prostático y canceroso ya no pareciese ni la sombra de lo que fue antaño. El latino mozo por excelencia de su época.
James left Remington in 1983 when the producers decided his character was creating too much of a barrier between Remington and Laura’s budding romance. The cast shake-up, which also claimed secretary Bernice Foxe (Janet DeMay), left James free to pursue other roles on different series. He found parts in Blue Thunder, The Initiation and Midas Valley, before landing his first miniseries role in 1985 as Daryl Webster in Lace II.
James found much of his success in miniseries. After Lace II, he starred in Robert Kennedy and His Times as Teddy Kennedy. But his biggest break was the mega-successful 1985 miniseries North and South, based on the best-selling novel by John Jakes. James played Yankee businessman turned officer George Hazzard.
The miniseries blessed James in many ways. In addition to providing him with future jobs, such as the miniseries’ sequels, North and South Book II in 1986 and John Jakes’ Heaven & Hell: North and South Book III in 1994, James also found a common bond with his character. That bond was his on-screen wife, played by Wendy Kilbourne. James fell in love with Wendy on the set of the first North and South miniseries, and the couple married soon afterward.
James tried his hand at series television again in 1987 with Shell Game, a show about two married cons co-starring Margot Kidder from Superman fame. But the series never took off, and was quickly cancelled.
In 1987, James reunited with former Remington co-star Stephanie Zimbalist for the TV movie Celebration Family. He also starred in the miniseries Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story, in which he played suave superstar Cary Grant.
James jumped to the big screen in 1988 with Eight Men Out, about the scandel involving eight members of the Chicago White Sox accused of throwing the World Series, and Beaches, co-starring Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey.
James returned to television in 1989 for the TV movie Columbo: Uneasy Lies the Crown, and has had guest appearances on various television shows ever since, including top-rated shows like Murder, She Wrote, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and Home Improvement. His latest guest appearances have included UPN’s Star Trek: Voyager, where he played the romantic interest of Kate Mulgrew’s Captain Janeway, and WB’s Charmed.
Hopefully, fans will be able to see James in many more roles to come.
Alan Leonard Hunt was born in Battersea, London in 1942; he was the nephew of actress Martita Hunt.His father was killed in the Second World War when Hunt was two years old, and he was brought up by his mother Doris and stepfather. At the age of 15, he joined the Merchant Navy. After six years, he jumped ship in New Zealand and worked in a car plant for a year before he was caught and served three months in a military prison. Hunt was then deported back to Britain and while doing a BBC design course, he had held a variety of jobs, including being a stagehand, road digger, butchers assistant and door-to-door salesman. Having had an interest in acting since his early years, he subsquently trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. Following that, Hunt did rep across the United Kingdom and joined the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre in the early 1970s. Among the many stage productions he appeared in were Twelfth Night, Oh! What a Lovely War and West Side Story.
Hunt started his television career in 1972, playing a policeman in For the Love of Ada. The same year Hunt appeared in A Family at War and The Organisation. In 1974, he had a role in the Doctor Who story Planet of the Spiders and Bless This House.
 Television fame
In 1974, Gareth Hunt appeared in the Upstairs, Downstairs episode Missing Believed Killed as Trooper Norton, batman to James Bellamy. The character was a minor one; however, his performance led producers John Hawkesworth and Alfred Shaughnessy to ask him to come back as a regular for the fifth series in 1975.
Hunt continued playing Frederick Norton, who had by now become the footman, until the eleventh episode of the fifth series, Alberto. In 1975, Hunt made appearances in The Hanged Man, Softly, Softly and Space: 1999.
In 1976, the year after leaving Upstairs Downstairs, Hunt starred alongside Joanna Lumley and Patrick McNee in The New Avengers. The show’s producers said he was cast because of his part in Upstairs, Downstairs. Hunt played secret agent Mike Gambit and starred in the show until its end after two series in 1977. After that in the late 1970s and 1980s, Hunt made appearances in Sunday Night Thriller, Minder and Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense. In 1984 he appeared in the film Bloodbath at the House of Death and in 1988 he played many parts in the Pet Shop Boys’ film It Couldn’t Happen Here.
Hunt starred in a series of television adverts for the coffee brand Nescafé in the 1980s, with a trademark move: to shake his clenched hand then open it, to reveal coffee beans, and smell the aroma.
At the height of his fame, his name, usually shortened to just "Gareth", was used as an expression in rhyming slang.
 Later years
Gareth Hunt continued to have minor roles in many television programmes in the 1990s and 2000s, with appearances in The New Adventures of Robin Hood, Harry and the Wrinklies, Absolute Power (as himself), New Tricks and Doctors. From 1992 to 1993 Hunt had a leading role in the sitcom Side by Side, and had a main role in the short-lived soap opera Night and Day in 2001. In 1997, he appeared in the film Fierce Creatures and in 2001 played Ritchie Stringer, a crime boss who was an unlikely suspect in the shooting of Phil Mitchell, in EastEnders. For a brief time he abandoned acting and started a project called Interactive Casting Universal, a computer system that presented actors’ details and showreels.
Hunt suffered a heart attack in December 1999 and withdrew from a pantomime in Malvern. In July 2002 he collapsed while performing on stage in Bournemouth. Gareth Hunt died of pancreatic cancer, from which he had suffered for two years, on 14 March 2007, at the age of 65, at his home in Redhill, Surrey. He had married three times and had a son by each marriage.
Farrell left Aruba at age 15 to become a sailor. He lived in Norway and the Netherlands before moving to Germany. There, he was working as a DJ when producer Frank Farian spotted him for his new Boney M group. He became the sole male singer and sex symbol in the group, although Farian later revealed that Bobby made little, if any, vocal contributions to the group’s records, with Farian himself performing the male parts on the songs. Farrell did, however, perform live.
He appeared as dancer in late 2005 in the Roger Sanchez videoclip of Turn on the music.
Farrell currently lives in Amsterdam.
22 year old kevin peake was born and raised in ft. lauderdale, florida. half-french, half-american, he traveled europe extensively when he was young. in high school, he was part of his school’s wrestling team.
a highly successful model, kevin was the runner-up at the international male modeling 2003 competition and a featured model on the all american guys website. he is also is a co-founder and the vice-president of amp: agency of modeling professionals.
kevin’s first big prime time exposure came as a contestant on abc’s "are you hot?", before becoming the embedded professional model on bravo’s "manhunt: the search for america’s most gorgeous male model" to act as a mole and spy on the real contestants. his ’secret’ role was of little surprise to anyone who’s seen the hunk in campaigns for abercrombie and fitch or showing off shirts and briefs on undergear.com.
though he may have too much muscle, as remarked by a manhunt judge who foolishly considered it to be a disadvantage, kevin’s sexy smile and baby blue eyes will no doubt always win him plenty of adoring fans.
Antony Hamilton was born in Liverpool, England on the 4th of May 1952. Just two weeks old, Antony was adopted by an Australian RAF Wing Commander Donald Smith and his wife Margaret.
From age 3, Antony was raised on a 640-acre sheep farm in Adelaide, Australia. There, he attended Scot’s College, a Presbyterian-run middle and high school.
With his father’s encouragement, Antony left Scot’s at age 15 to attend the Australian Ballet School in Melbourne. While on tour with "Gemini" in Moscow, famed ballet photographer Vladimir Bliocht, took over 200 photos of Hamilton, presenting them to the young Aussie just before he left the Moscow airport. Although impressed with the photos, Antony continued to tour with the Australian Ballet Company for two more years before he resigned in 1973. Antony then moved to London to pursue a modeling career.
In Europe, Antony became a staple in magazines such as Vogue and GQ. He quickly became a favorite subject of world-famous photographers Richard Avedon, Skrebneski, and Bruce Weber. The high profile exposure lead to work in print ads for Versace, a TV spokesmodel spot for Close-Up toothpaste, and even taking a Fred Astaire turn for 1979 Hanes panty hose campaign. That year found Hamilton being cast in his first lead role opposite Nia Bonet in the disco/vampire camp classic "Nocturna."
In 1984, Antony was chosen over 200 actors, including a young Jon Erik Hexum, for the title role in ABC’s "Samson and Delilah." While shooting his second feature, "Mirrors," Antony was offered a lead role in CBS’s ‘Cover Up,’ as a replacement for the late Hexum. Soon after his "Cover Up" debut , he was also being considered as a successor to Roger Moore as the new James Bond. During this time, he also returned to his modeling and dance roots for an appearance in Sheena Easton’s "Swear" music video.
Within a year of the series cancellation, Tony made a few television guest appearances on "L.A. Law", "The New Twilight Zone" and "The Hitchhiker."
By 1988 Tony landed a co-starring role on ABC’s "Mission: Impossible" revival series. He also had a guest spot on "The Charmings", and completed another feature film, "Howling IV." 1991 brought Antony a would be re-occuring role on the television series, "PS I Luv U" and his last screen appearance in the erotic thriller, "Fatal Instinct."
Antony continued to work in television and film until he passed away on March 29, 1995, of HIV related complications. His family asked that contributions be made in his name to AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Eugen Bauder, the new “Charming Boy” in the model scene, could hardly believe what has been happening to him. At the beginning, the short-spoken Eugen could not believe that he had the charms to be a model. His photos however spoke differently, so when he sent them to some agencies, the responce astonished him.
Eugen spreads unlimited charms, and – which is more important- his photogene is so stunning. His photos speak for themselves: not only with his flawless body and a six-pack, thanks to 14 years swimming; but also with his excessive talent, once being innocent and shy, at the other time being lascivious and passionate.
His very first photos were not even published, yet famous international model agencies have showed their interests. In his still-short modelling career, he has already worked with some famous photographers, such as Mario Testino, Tony Duran, and Karl Simone (12 page editorial for Genre Magazine). He has the cover shot and an editorial story in Hommes Uomo Magazine.
He currently resides in Los Angeles to work and collect some new exciting experiences. Eugen, who has played theatre passionately during his high-school years, was also hoping to meet someone who can help him on building his career in theatrical community. After his two month stay in LA, he will soon be seen in fashion shows in Milan and Paris.
Everything happens just like a dream for Eugen. He still can hardly believe how quickly he has been able to grasp his dreams. He himself said “That’s what I want. To ‘Live my dreams!’, and that’s what I’m doing right now.”
¿Alguien conoce el nombre del mozuelo?
Nascimento: abril de 75
Idade: 30 anos
Dote: 19 cm
O moço é bodybuilder e já participou - e ganhou - de vários torneios do tipo nos EUA e Europa. Mas seu corpo muda muito, em algumas fotos (próximas das competições) está enorme, cheio de músculos, em outras ele se apresenta mais normal, porém sempre forte e lindo.
Além do corpo escultural, Derek apresenta esse cavanhaque sexy, sua marca registrada. Derek já fotografou para a revista Playgirl e para a Men Magazine (com o pseudônimo de Dominic Orsini).
King’s best-known role was Cody Allen on the detective series Riptide from 1984 to 1986. He was also in Melrose Place as Hayley Armstrong in the 1995 season, and the TV movie I’ll Take Manhattan in 1987. He also appeared as Richard Williams in the NBC TV series Titans with Yasmine Bleeth in 2000.
He has made guest appearances on TV shows including Hawaii Five-O, Spin City, and Will & Grace. He auditioned for the role of Han Solo in Star Wars, but the role ultimately went to Harrison Ford. However, he was the voice of Han Solo in the radio adaptation of Star Wars.
He was also featured on Huell Howser’s California Gold where he spoke about his collection of motorcycles and sidecars.
Altogether the session turned out to be a success, with great photos in G Magazine of this beautiful man with his boyish face and a body that radiates sex. We can only imagine what Ennis and Jack would have done if they would have met Ricardo on their side of the mountain.
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En el ensayo fotográfico para G Magazine, Gustavo hizo uso de sus habilidades para la actuación pues cada una de las fotografías representan propaganda de diversos productos ficticios. Esta ocasión el fotógrafo fue Moisés Pazianotto.
Próximamente, Gustavo Moraes se mudará a California, EE.UU. para continuar sus estudios de actuación, aprender inglés y audicionar para diversos papeles.
Nota: El tatuaje en la parte de atrás de su brazo derecho dice en japonés su nombre: GUSTAVO.
 Early life
Aleksei grew up in Togliatti, a small town on the Volga River. His father left him and his mother when Aleksei was just a baby, and Aleksei has never seen him since. He started gymnastics at age five.
 Gymnastics career
As a 16-year-old he made his debut at the 1993 World Championships, placing fifth on floor. The following year, he stamped himself as a true all-around contender, winning his qualifying session at the Worlds. He later faltered and dropped to 12th overall. He won his first major all-around title at the Goodwill Games in Saint Petersburg, beating his 2nd-place teammate and World Silver Medalist Aleksei Voropaev by over one point. Much like Lilia Podkopayeva, fans and analysts marveled at Aleksei for embodying all the ideal qualities of a world-class gymnast: complex acrobatics, elegance, and style. It was clear to everyone that he would be an imposing figure in world competition.
Despite promising international success, in 1995 he gained a reputation for having variable performance.
Then 19, in the all-around of the European Championships, he was the leader in five events and had put up the high score on three events. When he came to high bar, he only needed an 8.75 to win the title. He missed his two major release moves, crashed into the bar on another release move, botched a required element, and stopped in the middle of his routine. He scored a 7.35 and dropped to ninth overall.
A few months later, Aleksei had another showing at the World Championships in Sabae, Japan. The entire Russian team, had a disastrous showing. They were in an astounding 11th place after the 1st round; and Aleksei was in 96th all-around. The team rebounded in the optionals to finish 4th overall (still a disappointment since it marked the first time in decades that the Russians failed to medal in the team competition), while Aleksei put up the highest optional score of all the competitors. His compulsory round prevented him from qualifying to the all-around finals.
Aleksei finally seemed to realize his vast potential at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, winning six medals (two gold, one silver, and three bronze). He performed solidly in the all-around, battling World Champion Li Xiaoshuang every step of the way. However, he ruined his chances for gold when his concentration failed him once again, and he botched his middle tumbling run on the final event. He finished a narrow second.
Aleksei’s considerable Olympic success and newfound worldwide fame seemed for naught, however, as he time after time baffled audiences with his uninspired, inconsistent performances in major international competition. He continually battled recurring shoulder injuries, boredom, and poor fitness level. He failed to win a major all-around title for nearly four years, and many doubted his chances for Olympic gold at the Sydney Olympics. However, he surprised everyone when he arrived at the Olympics doing the best gymnastics of his career, and once again took home six medals. This time, he won the all-around title, finally winning his first major championship of his career.
Although never regaining his incredible form of 2000, Aleksei competed through to the 2004 Athens Olympics, mainly as an anchor for the fledgling Russian team. Though unable to defend his all-around title, Aleksei’s performances brought the house down in Athens, and placed him in the middle of the largest judging controversy in the history of the sport. After performing the most difficult and dazzling routine of high bar finals, marred only by a step on the landing of his dismount, the judges posted a 9.725, placing him in third with several athletes to compete. The Greek crowd erupted in an endless chorus of boos and cheers, interrupting the competition for nearly 15 minutes. The judges felt the pressure of the crowd, reevaluated, and increased his score to a 9.762, still only placing him in third. The crowd continued their raucous protest, which only began to subside after Aleksei stepped up to the podium and pleaded with his supporters to quiet down for the sake of the other athletes. This scandal was finally credited as the last straw after several judging controversies in the competition, and fueled a massive reconstruction of the scoring system which was implemented in 2006. Aleksei took the disappointment in stride and rarely criticised the judges nor the situation. The Russian Olympic Committee later awarded Aleksei ,000 in recognition of his class and character, and he retired from gymnastics soon after.
In his high school years, he played indoor volleyball where he became the Junior champion of Slovakia with his team ASK Inter. He was also on the National team at 19.
In his college years, he started to play beach volleyball and in 2004 became the California A-Category champion.
In 2003, he graduated from University with a Masters Degree in Physical Eduaction and Sports Management and flew to California which became his second home.
Now he is a fitness model, has appeared in numerous magazines including Men’s Exercise, Men’s Workout, and Exercise & Health.
Matus also competed and won 1st place in Model California (2005) and 4th place in Model Universe (Miami, 2005 ).
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He was photographed by some of the world’s most renown photographers, including Bruce Webber, Roger Moenks, David LaChapelle, Michael Childers, Steven Klein, Chris Makos, George Machado and Martin Ryter among others. Roger Moenks said of working with Brian: "I really enjoyed working with Brian on a number of projects including the Class of Click Yearbook. He was a very humble and cordial person and his photographs reflect his intensity, his strength and gentle nature."
In addition to campaigns for Reebok, Versace, Abercrombie & Fitch and print ads for International Male and Undergear, Brian was featured in editorials in Vanity Fair, Glamour Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Playgirl and Men’s Fitness. He was also featured in cover articles for TV Guide and Instinct Magazine.
Suffering from heavy depressions he killed himself after at least three suicide attempts, according to his former manager.
Model and champion athlete Brian Bianchini passed away on Tuesday, March 16, 2004 at the age of 25.
Brian Leo Bianchini was born on July 16, 1978 in San Francisco, graduating from Mills High School in 1996 and later attending Skyline College. He started wrestling at the age of seven and was a champion, winning both high school and intercollegiate wrestling competitions. He later excelled at the martial arts.
One of the most beautiful men in America, he was photographed by some of the world’s best, including Bruce Webber, Roger Moenks, David Lachapelle, Michael Childers, Steven Klein, Chris Makos and George Machado among others. Reached at his studio yesterday, Roger Moenks said of working with Brian: "I really enjoyed working with Brian on a number of projects including the Class of Click Yearbook. He was a very humble and cordial person and his photographs reflect his intensity, his strength and gentle nature."
In addition to campaigns for Reebok, Versace, Abercrombie & Fitch, Body+Body Wear and print ads for International Male and Undergear, Brian was featured in editorials in Vanity Fair, Glamour Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Contents, Playgirl, Black & White Magazine and Men’s Fitness. He was also featured in cover articles for DNR Magazine, TV Guide and Instinct Magazine
Brian’s perfect six-foot-one physique and true matinee idol looks also garnered him parts on Baywatch Hawaii and on MTV’s CLass of 2000, in addition to roles in three feature films: The Black Magic, (2002) as Craig; The Brotherhood (2000/I) as Frat Slob #3; and Girl for Girl (2000) as Paul. He was also featured in several European runway shows and commercials and hosted a 9/11 Benefit Fashion Show in Los Angeles for the American Red Cross.
Brian was on the roster of Click Models in New York and LA. Jessica Simon, a booker with Click New York said that "Brian was a sweet, sweet guy with a tremendous amount of potential. Everyone here at Click was terribly saddened to learn of his death, and extends their deepest condolences to his friends and family." Brian was personally managed by Scott Hoover, who first discovered him having a cup of joe in a San Francisco cafe. According to Scott, "Brian was an amazing person. He was a smart and truly gifted man and I feel blessed to have had the experience of knowing him. I will never forget him."
In an interview at the age of twenty-one published in Instinct Magazine, Brian is quoted as stating: "I used to get uncomfortable when I first started out modeling, but you get used to it. It’s just a job and a lot of photographers want to shoot my body."
La revista gay australiana DNA Magazine lanzó su edición especial de viajes con el modelo Todd Sanfield. La sesión fotográfica fue realizada en Miami y Key West en cinco días. Todd Sanfield mide 1.78 mts. y es manejado por la agencia de modelaje IMG Models.
Joseph has also fronted notable campaigns for Polo Underwear photographed by Richard Phibbs, DSquared photographed by Steven Klein, and Macy’s. He was memorably photographed by Steven Klein wrestling with Lucas Kerr for French Vogue, in addition to editorials in Gentlemen’s Options (shot by David Byun), Artistic Tile (Joseph Oppedisano), Men’s Journal (Aaron Goodman), Numero (Alexei Hay), Instinct, CosmoGirl, XY and Blue magazines. He has also been photographed by Randall Mesdon and Tony Duran to round out a stellar list of photographers, and appeared in a TV commercial for ESPN, an in-store video for Redken, and a music video for the Pet Shop Boys.
Sayers was originally discovered on the ModelLaunch website and was first scouted and signed by agent Adam Silver of Silver Model Management in New York City. Shortly afterward, Sayers also signed with agent Jason Kanner at Major Model Management for fashion modeling work.
Just prior to being discovered on ModelLaunch, Sayers posed nude and masturbated for a photo shoot several days after his 18th birthday, which were then distributed on the Internet by the photographer, Ed Flores. The rights to those photos have since been bought by Sayers in an attempt to stop further distribution.
After being discovered in Atlanta, he spent the next few years modeling in Milan, Paris and South America. Rusty achieved success quickly doing exclusive campaigns for: PRADA, ABERCROMBIE AND FITCH, AMERICAN EAGLE, LEVIS, RIPS UNDERWEAR, JOCKEY, NAYA SPRING WATER, and POWERADE. For two years Rusty was the exclusive STRUCTURE Underwear model and spokesman.
Rusty has made guest appearances on EXTRA, THE VIEW, THE RuPAUL SHOW, THE DONNIE AND MARIE SHOW, ACCESS HOLLYWOOD, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, and E! TELEVISION. His face has been seen on the pages of VANITY FAIR, ROLLING STONE, COSMOPOLITAN, and numerous covers of Men’s Health, Physical, MUSCLE MEDIA, and as of the February 2005 issue, eleven MEN’S FITNESS covers making him the most recognizable face in fitness in the past five years.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Rusty has been working as an actor in film, television and commercials. His credits include the feature DODGEBALL starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, ER, DR. VEGAS, BOSTON PUBLIC, SPIN CITY, PACIFIC BLUE and the hit series CSI: MIAMI. He most recently booked his first Television Pilot co-starring alongside David Arquette in the new CBS show COMMUTERS. His commercial campaigns include: GE, ACURA, COORS LIGHT, COCA-COLA, MCI, PEPSI, HONDA, and TACO BELL. Rusty plays the sexy Doctor in RUPAUL’S new smash hit video “LOOKING GOOD FEELING GORGEOUS!”
In 2000 Lamont joined Rotherham and was the club’s under-21 captain in 2001. At the 2002 Commonwealth Games he represented Scotland at sevens. In the summer of 2003 he left Rotherham and joined Glasgow Rugby, where he went on to have a very successful first season and cemented himself as a fans’ favourite at Hughenden.
Lamont earned his first cap for Scotland against Manu Samoa on their tour in the summer of 2004. On his Murrayfield debut he scored a try against the Australians in the autumn of 2004. In Scotland’s 2005 Six Nations Championship match against Italy he was named man of the match. Furthermore, he helped the side to an historic victory over the French in the 2006 championship with two tries. His explosive, powerful running and size are his most deadly assets. To put into words "He is a tank".
In the summer of 2005 Lamont joined Northampton Saints from Glasgow. Recently scored two memorable tries for Scotland against the hopeful Grand Slam winners (France) in Scotland’s six nation stunning 20-16 victory on the 5th February 2006 , one of which he joined a ruck and used his strength and power to bundle over the line and take the Scots to victory. Then, 13 days later added to his growing reputation by scoring 4 tries against Saracens. He is the first Saints player to achieve this since another Scot, Craig Moir, in 1996. On 26th February 2006, he played a major part in the Scotland squad’s victory over ENGLAND to win the Calcutta Cup by 18 points to 12.
His younger brother Rory Lamont plays on the wing for Sean’s former club Glasgow.
Sean recenlty expanded his world wide appeal by appearing in the Dieux du Stade pin-up calendar for 2007 and accompanying "making of" DVD. His well endowed full frontal nudity has brought Sean tens of thousands of new admirers from all corners of the globe, mostly gay men. Sean’s the new gay icon, a "Sporn" star (Sporn: the combination of Sports and Porn, where straight male athletes strike gay porn poses for various advertisements and endorsements.)
For Rivero’s first film appearance, he was cast in in Rene Cardona’s wrestling movie The Invisible Assassin (1965) but wears a mask throughout the film. His breakthrough role came in the western El Mexicano (1966; directed by Rene Cardona), making him a star overnight in his native Mexico. Kicking off a string of westerns for the young actor, he followed up with Pistoleros de la frontera (1967). He also found time to appear in a few wrestling films and was teamed with the famed Santo in Operación 67 (1967) and El Tesoro de Moctezuma (1968; with Amadee Chabot). However, his most notorious role came in The Sin of Adam and Eve (1969), in which Rivero and costar Candy Wilson appear nude throughout much of the film. By 1970, Rivero had offers from Hollywood and acted in the big-budget films Soldier Blue (1970; with Candice Bergen and Donald Pleasence) and Rio Lobo (1970; with John Wayne and Jennifer O’Neill). Afterward, Rivero continued to act in both Mexican and U.S. productions.
Handsome Glenn Corbett got his start as a physique model for Bob Mizer’s Athletic Model Guild, most often appearing on the pages of AMG’s Physique Pictorial under the moniker Glenn Robinson. But by the end of the 1950s, Corbett had begun making films and ended his association with Mizer’s studio. One of Corbett’s earliest performances was in the Ed Wood-penned 1956 low-budget shocker The Violent Years. Also look for him in the William Castle film Homicidal (1961; with Patricia Breslin and Joan Marshall), which is an interesting version of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. He was more successful in television, starring in series such as Route 66, The Road West, and on the TV soap The Doctors. He’s also the star of the made-for-TV movie The Stranger (1973), which aired on Mystery Science Theater 3000 as episode #305: Stranded in Space. Sadly, Corbett passed away in 1993 at the age of 58 from lung cancer.
Sam Jones made a big splash when he was cast in the title role in the 1980 feaure Flash Gordon. Since then, he’s made a vast number of films and has several TV series to his credit. Jones is still very active in Hollywood.
Dopo ’Finalmente soli’ di Umberto Marino, ’Stressati’ di Mauro Cappelloni , arriva la tv (dove aveva debuttato nel ’95 con la miniserie ’Non parlo più’ di Vittorio Nevano). E’ nel ’98 il protagonista della ’Quindicesima epistola’ di Josè Maria Sanchez e di ’Tre addii’ di Mario Caiano.
Nel ’99 è con Luca Zingaretti, Lorenzo Crespi, Claudio Gioè e Leo Gullotta, protagonista della fiction drammatica di Claudio Fragasso "Operazione Odissea".
Alterna spesso impegni televisivi e cinematografici (’I giorni dell’amore e dell’odio’ e ’Streghe verso Nord’).
Ultimamente la sua carriera ha avuto una notevole impennata, soprattutto coi successi e la popolarità raggiunta in Spagna come protagonista del film "Juana La Loca" (Giovanna la Pazza) di Vincente Aranda, dove interpreta Filippo il Bello una figura negativa, un traditore; Sempre in Spagna con "Piedras" di Ramon Salazar, fa un’altra grande prova d’attore nei panni di un omosessuale.
Dopo questi ruoli arriva dall’Italia la proposta di interpretare un Santo, dimostrando una grande capacità di mutare ruoli e personaggi. "Sant’Antonio da Padova" è stata una una fiction di successo della Lux Vide e andata in onda su Canale 5 nei mesi scorsi.
Born in San Francisco, California, O’Brien was the son of a policeman who later became police chief of San Francisco and then California Director of Penology. O’Brien was a popular college athlete before enlisting in the United States Navy to fight in World War I, then as a stretcher bearer in the marine corps. The young war veteran came to Hollywood, California in his early twenties and began his acting career in bit parts and as a stuntman. One of his earliest roles was in in the 1922 George Melford directed drama Moran of the Lady Letty, most notable for starring Rudolph Valentino. In 1924 O’Brien received his first starring role in the drama The Man Who Came Back opposite the English actress Dorothy Mackaill. That same year he was chosen by the famed movie director John Ford to star in his first film The Iron Horse. The film was an immense success at the box-office and O’Brien made four more films for Ford. In 1927 he starred in Sunrise opposite Janet Gaynor, which won three Academy Awards, was directed by F. W. Murnau, and remains widely considered by critics to be one of the finest and most powerful films ever made.
O’Brien would spend the remainder of the 1920s as an extremely popular leading man in films; often starring in action and adventure roles alongside such publicly popular actresses of the era as Alma Rubens, Anita Stewart, Madge Bellamy and Janet Gaynor.
O’Brien married the actress Marguerite Churchill on July 15, 1933 and the couple had a son, Darcy O’Brien in 1939 who would become a successful writer and a daughter, Orin O’Brien who would become a double bassist with the New York Philharmonic. The couple divorced in 1948.
With the advent of sound, George O’Brien became a popular star of Westerns and rarely took parts outside of the Western film genre. Throughout the 1930s, O’Brien was a consistent Top Ten box-office draw appearing in scores of Westerns, often atop his horse named Mike.
George’s height was either 5’11" (1.80m) or 6’0½" (1.84m).
During World War II, O’Brien re-enlisted in the United States Navy where he served in the Pacific and was decorated several times. He left service with the rank of captain, having four times been recommended for the rank of admiral . George O’Brien suffered a heart attack and was bedridden the last few years of his life. He died in 1985 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
For his contribution to the motion picture industry, George O’Brien was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6201 Hollywood Blvd., in Los Angeles, California.
* 1 Early life
* 2 Education
* 3 Career
* 4 Death
* 5 See also
* 6 External links
 Early life
Born less than a month after his father was elected to the presidency, John F. Kennedy, Jr. was in the public spotlight from infancy. He had lived for most of the first three years of his life in the White House and under the eye of the media who adored his antics. The nickname "John-John" came from a reporter mishearing his father calling him ("John" spoken twice in quick succession), and the name stuck. His father was assassinated on November 22, 1963, three days before Kennedy Jr.’s third birthday, and the son’s salute of his father’s flag-draped casket during the funeral procession on his third birthday became a heartbreaking and iconic image of the 1960s.
John Jr. grew up primarily on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City. Even as a boy, he was often photographed and still referred to publicly as "John-John" although Kennedy family members themselves did not use the nickname . After his father’s death, his mother was married to Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis from 1968 until Onassis’s death in 1975, when John was 14 years old. By most accounts, his stepfather did not play a particularly significant role in young John’s life. However, his real paternal figure from the ages of 3 to 8 was his uncle, Bobby Kennedy, who took Jackie, John, and Caroline under his wing following JFK’s death. This led to some jealousies and tensions between them and his own children, who felt neglected, and between Jackie and Ethel Kennedy, because Bobby also had the same affection for Jackie that her husband had.
Although John F. Kennedy, Jr. attended Collegiate School in New York City for the first through tenth grades, he graduated high school from Phillips Academy. Subsequently, Kennedy matriculated at Brown University, graduating in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in history. At Brown, Kennedy was a member of Phi Psi, an inactive chapter of the national Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. In 1989, he earned a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from New York University School of Law. He failed the New York Bar exam twice before passing on the third try.
He spoke at the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a New York City assistant district attorney from 1989 to 1993. In 1995, he founded George, a glossy politics-as-lifestyle monthly which sometimes took editorial aim even at members of his own family. The magazine ceased publication shortly after Kennedy’s death.
Through the 1980s until his death, Kennedy was an often-seen and much-photographed personality in Manhattan. He married Carolyn Bessette on September 21, 1996 on Cumberland Island in Georgia. He dated Madonna and Daryl Hannah prior to his marriage.
On July 16, 1999, Kennedy was killed along with his wife and his sister-in-law, Lauren Bessette, when the aircraft he was piloting, N9253N, a Piper Saratoga II HP, crashed on a hazy night into the Atlantic Ocean en route from Essex County Airport in West Caldwell, New Jersey, to Martha’s Vineyard, where the Kennedy family has a vacation house. Kennedy and his wife were traveling to the wedding of cousin Rory Kennedy, which was then postponed. Lauren was to have been dropped off at Martha’s Vineyard.
Kennedy was a relatively inexperienced pilot, with 310 hours of flight experience, including 55 hours of night flying and 36 hours in the high-performance Piper Saratoga. He had completed about half of an instrument training course but was not rated for flying in low visibility conditions. The National Transportation Safety Board investigation found no evidence of mechanical malfunction and determined that the probable cause was "the pilot’s failure to maintain control of the airplane during a descent over water at night, which was a result of spatial disorientation. Factors in the accident were haze, and the dark night." The report noted that spatial disorientation as a result of continued VFR flight into adverse weather conditions is a regular cause of fatal airplane accidents. According to literature found in most FAA approved flight training books, a pilot’s inability to see the horizon leads to spatial disorientation. The inner ear may give the pilot the impression that the plane is turning when it isn’t. It takes many hours of instrument training for a pilot to be able to fly in IFR conditions, conditions that most likely existed when Kennedy was flying on his route to Martha’s Vineyard. Over the water at night there are few lights and the lights that existed were most likely obscured by the haze.
Kyle Bailey, a pilot believed to have been the last person to see Kennedy alive at Essex County Airport, subsequently stated that he had cancelled his own intended journey to Martha’s Vineyard because the weather on the route was "a little too hazy." It also emerged that while Kennedy had made the journey from Essex County Airport to the Vineyard several times before, he had never made it without an instructor aboard or at night — factors which can make a flight challenging, especially for a relatively inexperienced, non-instrument-rated pilot. Kennedy’s flight instructor (CFI) stated that he offered to fly with Kennedy on the fatal journey but Kennedy replied that, "I want to do it alone." The instructor also stated that he was uncomfortable with Kennedy making a flight alone in a high-performance airplane at night, over open water and into haze, but did not insist that Kennedy remain on the ground.
During the memorial service on July 23, Kennedy’s uncle, Massachusetts Democratic Senator Edward Kennedy, said that, "We dared to think…that this John Kennedy would live to comb grey hair, with his beloved Carolyn by his side. But, like his father, he had every gift but length of years."  And of his nephew’s marriage, he invoked what had been said of his brother’s Presidency: both lasted 1,000 days. U.S. President Bill Clinton attended the service, and ordered that the flag at the White House be lowered to half-staff in honor of John F. Kennedy, Jr.
At President Clinton’s orders, warships of the U.S. Navy earlier assisted in the search for the downed plane, which was somewhat unusual. With the permission of Secretary of Defense William Cohen, Kennedy, his wife and sister-in-law were buried at sea off the Massachusetts coast after a ceremony aboard the destroyer USS Briscoe.
A large undisclosed payment was made to the Bessette family from the Kennedy family . It was reported that this payment was made to avoid a possible high-profile lawsuit, since the accident was caused by human error.
Just as his father’s death is mired in conspiracy theory controversy, the story of John F. Kennedy, Jr.’s death has also drawn the attention of conspiracy theorists.
graduated from UC San Diego in 1978 with a BA in English Literature. Initially interested in directing, he was discovered at an AFI Open House in 1975 by the wife of Franklin Schaffner, and subsequently cast in Schaffner’s film ‘Islands in the Stream’, playing George C. Scott’s son. He went on to formal training as an actor with Peggy Feury at the Loft Studio from 1979 to 1985.
After years as a successful actor, Hart made the transition into directing with his short feature ‘The Buzzz’ starring Jon Lovitz. The film led to a deal with 20th Century Fox to direct the cult film, ‘PCU’.
He currently sits on the Leadership Council of the DGA’s PAC Committee, as well as the Board of Directors of the Environmental Media Association. Hart divides his time between homes in Los Angeles and France.
Maxwell Caulfield (born on November 23, 1959 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish-American actor.
His American stepfather, a Marine instructor at Parris Island, kicked him out of the house at the age of 15.
He moved eventually to the U.S., got his green card and found work as an exotic dancer before making his acting debut off-Broadway in the title role of Joe Orton’s Entertaining Mr. Sloane as a drifter.
He went on to star in the musical film Grease 2 (1982) opposite Michelle Pfeiffer.
At 21, he married Juliet Mills (18 years his senior) in 1980, and became stepfather to her daughter, Melissa Miklenda (who now goes by Melissa Caulfield).
His other appearances include a role in Judith Krantz’s Till We Meet Again, and in the movie Gettysburg. In addition to his role in Grease 2, he is perhaps best known for the role of Miles Colby on the successful Dynasty spin-off The Colbys.
Main title caption from Dynasty.
Main title caption from Dynasty.
He also appeared in the first episode of Beverly Hills 90210 as an older man interested in Shannen Doherty until he finds out how young she is. He appeared in a humorous role as "Rex Manning", a spoiled has-been rock star, in the film Empire Records (1995).
He made his Broadway debut in J. B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls opposite Sian Phillips.
He voiced the character of Alistair Smythe in Spider-Man: The Animated Series from 1994-1998 and was the voice of James Bond in the videogame Nightfire.
He returned to the United Kingdom in 2004 to appear as Dr Jim Brodie in the highly-rated BBC medical drama Casualty.
Maxwell is currently performing the lead in ’Tryst’ off-Broadway.
He and Mills reside in Santa Barbara, California.
This is Mister France
Date of birth May 20, 1981
Place of birth Madrid, Spain
Height 1,85 m
Current club Real Madrid
Years Club Apps (goals)
1999 - Real Madrid 236 (0)
2000 - Spain 64 (0)
Iker Casillas FernándezBorn in Madrid in 1981, Casillas’ entire career has been spent with his hometown club Real Madrid, which he joined as an eight-year old. He first hit the limelight at 17 when he was pulled out of a high school art class to be told he would be on the bench for a Champions League match. His breakthrough came during the 1999-2000 season, when he replaced the injured Bodo Illgner and played in Madrid’s UEFA Champions League triumph in an all-Spanish final against Valencia CF where his senior team mates Raúl González, Fernando Morientes and Steve McManaman scored in a 3-0 win.
Loss of form subsequently allowed César Sánchez to take the starting position as goalkeeper, but Casillas reclaimed the limelight after coming on as substitute for the veteran in the 2002 UEFA Champions League Final against Bayer Leverkusen and preserving Madrid’s 2-1 lead with a series of fine saves.Casillas came on to replace the injured Cesar with 22 minutes remaining at Hampden Park and produced a series of outstanding saves to ensure Real held on to their lead. At one point Leverkusen appeared to be queuing up to score but Casillas was at his best, his efforts to deny Yildiray Basturk and Dimitar Berbatov particularly brilliant.
Again the Real Madrid first choice in the 2002-03 season, an injury-free season saw Casillas play in 15 of his side’s Champions League games as well as all 38 Primera División matches as Madrid reclaimed the Spanish championship. In the 2003-04 season, Casillas was virtually ever-present as Madrid relinquished their crown and lost the Spanish Cup final, missing just one league game.
Despite Casillas’ stellar performances every week, Real Madrid suffered two trophyless seasons in the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons. Although Casillas was widely considered the team’s most consistent performer during this lean patch, there was much gossip and speculation regarding a possible transfer to another club. Manchester United was the name that regularly cropped up in newspapers. It was speculated that Casillas was unhappy with his salary, which was paltry in comparison to the amounts earned by some of the team’s bigger stars. However, the saga ended when the player signed a contract extension on the November 30, 2005, tying him to the club till 2011.
 National team
Julian McMahon es el segundo de tres hijos de Sir William McMahon, el anterior Primer Ministro australiano, y su mujer Lady Sonia McMahon. Fue educado en la "Sydney Grammar School", una escuela masculina privada. Pasó brevemente por la Universidad de Sydney para estudiar Derecho y por la Universidad de Wollongong para estudiar Economía, pero estos estudios le aburrían, así que inició una exitosa carrera como modelo. Empezó a ser conocido en las capitales de la moda, Milán, Nueva York, Roma y París.
Además de su carrera como modelo, McMahon empezó una carrera como actor. Su primer papel en la televisión estadounidense fue en la telenovela "Another World", representando a "Ian Rain", de 1993 a 1995.
Conocido por representar a Cole Turner o Balthazor, un fiscal medio humano y medio demonio en la serie Embrujadas, fue nominado a los Globos de oro como "Mejor actor en una serie de televisión dramática" en 2005 por su interpretación del atractivo y superficial cirujano Christian Troy en Nip tuck, a golpe de bisturí. Ha interpretado a otros personajes en el cine y la televisión, como al Doctor Doom de "Los cuatro fantásticos", la adaptación al cine en 2005 del famoso cómic del mismo nombre, o al agente John Grant en la serie "Profiler"
Ha estado casado y se ha divorciado dos veces. Se casó con la cantante australiana Danii Minogue, hermana de Kylie Minogue, y posteriormente lo hizo con la actriz estadounidense Brooke Burns, con quien tuvo una hija llamada Madison Elizabeth McMahon, nacida en Junio de 2000.
Le encanta leer, cocinar y sus dos perros.
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Wentworth Earl Miller III
6’ 1" (1.85 m)
Born in the United Kingdom, raised in Brooklyn, New York, and a graduate of Princeton University, Wentworth Miller is a compelling and critically acclaimed young actor whose credits span both television and feature film.
Miller began his career in the industry on the other side of the camera. After graduating from college with a degree in English Literature, Miller headed to Los Angeles in the spring of 1995 to work in the development department of a small production company specializing in movies made for television. However, it wasn’t long before his desire to realize the acting ambitions of his childhood became undeniable.
Within the next few years, he landed guest spots on a variety of shows including Buffy The Vampire Slayer, ER and Popular. He also starred in the Hallmark "mega-series" Dinotopia.
Miller then segued to The Human Stain, a feature film directed by Robert Benton and starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Nicole Kidman. A movie examining questions of race, class and identity, it featured Hopkins as an embattled college professor struggling to conceal an incredible secret, with Miller playing the same character as a young man.
Miller subsequently appeared in the movie Underworld and guest-starred on Joan Of Arcadia and Ghost Whisperer before joining the cast of Prison Break, a groundbreaking television series that’s quickly become an international phenomenon. Playing a structural engineer who gets himself thrown into the same prison where his brother is on death row in order to break his brother out, Miller was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama in 2006.
Edward Bryant Cibrian
6’ 2" (1.88 m)
Brandi Glanville (12 May 2001 - present) 1 child
He proposed to his longtime girlfriend Brandi Glanville "seconds before midnight New Year’s Eve 1999".
Son, Mason Edward, born 8 June 2003.
Raised in San Fernando Valley as the only child of Carlos and Hortensia Cibrian (both of Cuban descent)
Attended UCLA and majored in business/economics
Named one of the best celebrity bodies on Eonline
Named one of "Daytimes 12 Hottest Stars" by TV Guide in 1997 after being on Sunset Beach for five months.
The only child
Likes to play golf, football, tennis, and basketball
Part of the pop boy band 3 Deep
Entered UCLA’s football program in the autumn of 1991.
He is involved with many charity organizations, including the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
When trying out for The Young and the Restless, he originally auditioned for the role of Nick Newman but producers felt that he was too old for the part but they were extremely impressed by his acting so they created another character for him on the show instead.
Although CBS had signed him to a three-year contract on "The Young and the Restless", he only stayed for two.
Christopher Robert Evans
6' 0½" (1.84 m)
Chris Evans - not to be confused with the British DJ and wild man of the same name - began his acting career in typical fashion: performing in school productions and community theater. But it was his rapid rise to stardom that was unusual. Bitten by the acting bug in the first grade because his older sister, Carly, started performing, Evans followed suit and began appearing in school plays. From there, it was a quick jump to theater camp and later an internship for a casting office - a position he held one summer while living in a hole-in-the-wall in Brooklyn, New York. Once Evans made friends with a few agents on the job, it was a straight shot to television and blockbuster features.
Originally from Framingham, Massachusetts, the Evans family moved to suburban Sudbury when he was 11 years-old. While at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, his obvious talent led others to lavish praise and encouragement on him, particularly his drama teacher, who cited his performance as "Leontes" in "The Winter's Tale" as exemplary of his skill. After more school plays and regional theater, he moved to New York and attended the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute. On the advice of friends, he landed an internship at a casting office and befriended a couple of the agents he regularly communicated with - one of whom later took him on as a client. The screen - not the stage - then became his focus; Evans soon began auditioning for feature films and series television.
Evans made one of his first appearances on "The Fugitive" (2000) (CBS, 2000-2001), a remake of the 1960s series and feature film starring Harrison Ford. In the episode "Guilt", Evans played the son of a small-town sheriff who tries to exact revenge after Dr. Kimble - incognito as a liquor store owner - refuses to sell him and his friends alcohol. After small roles in Cherry Falls (2000) and The Newcomers (2000) - two unknown low-budget features - Evans appeared in "Boston Public" (2000) (Fox, 2000-2004) as a murder suspect. He then appeared in his first major feature, Not Another Teen Movie (2001), a tiresome spoof on teen comedies wherein he played a jock who makes a bet that he can turn an unpopular and unkempt girl (Chyler Leigh) into prom queen.
After filming a couple of television pilots he was confident would be successful - Just Married (2003) and Eastwick (2002) (TV) - he appeared in another listless teen comedy, The Perfect Score (2004), playing an average, ho-hum student who takes part in a plot to steal the SAT test. Hijinks naturally ensue. Then, Evans broke through to the Big Time, grabbing the lead in the kidnapping thriller, Cellular (2004), a suspenseful B movie with a cheesy gimmick - a random wrong number on his cell phone forces him into a high-stakes race to save an unknown woman's life. Despite an unassuming performance from Evans and Kim Basinger as the damsel in distress, Cellular (2004) failed to break any box office records or please a wide majority of critics. Evans then prepared himself for super stardom when he signed on to play "Johnny Storm" (a.k.a. The Human Torch)in Fantastic Four (2005), 20th Century Fox's long-awaited adaptation of the Marvel comic. Although the film was wildly uneven and disappointing, Evans nearly stole the show with his energetic, unfettered performance.
The Brazilian-born hunk is the new face of 2xist underwear and he is quickly making a name for himself on the modeling scene. His body is perfection, and he pops up in many ads and photo spreads in America and South America.
His first job was a commercial for L&G, como figurante, in 2000. These days, he’s in demand and very busy with upcoming photo spreads for companies such as Calvin Klein and Fruit of the Loom. With an Aussie Bum campaign on the horizon, we’re sure to see more of that body in the months to come.
He stands 6 feet tall and weighs between 170 and 185 pounds. He has light brown hair with hypnotic green eyes. Those piercing eyes and perfectly toned abs guarantee that he will be one stud to reckon with for a long time.
He says he is honest and that his flaw is believing everyone. He loves food, especially rice, beans, and burgers. During his spare time, he loves to go to the beach and surf, which is his number-one hobby
The most important moment in his life so far was when he piloted an airplane for the first time, and he hopes to work as a pilot one day. A dream trip for him would be to visit Indonesia with friends.