So, if you are in the mood for some hunky Hollywoodians, grab a glass of your favorite drink, pull up a chair, and start reading.
Some of you may know Idris Elba from The Office, when he played a serious substitute boss when Michael Scott wasn't around.
Other roles Elba played show different sides of him, sexy side included, much to the enjoyment of his many fans.
So handsome it hurts, Colin Firth will forever be Mr. Darcy to us! Who could ever forget the gorgeous English actor in his famed "Pride and Prejudice" role, one that still manages to pull at our heartstrings?!
He was recognized in the mid-1980s with the "Brit Pack," a group of rising, young British actors, taking on a wide range of roles. This eventually landed his leads in "Bridget Jones's Diary" and "Love, Actually."
This guy may seem a little intimidating thanks to his role as a serial killer in the film No Country for Old Men, but his stunning self is actually really sweet.
After all, you would need to uphold a certain standard in ogre to marry someone like Penelope Cruz.
We're pretty sure naming your son Pierce would result in him having piercing blue eyes. Just look at Pierce Brosnan and you'll see why.
This fine gentleman playing James Bond is an ideal pair. You know what else is an ideal pair? Pierce Brosnan and a romantic dinner. Just saying.
We haven't seen Donald Glover failing to do something. He's a successful musician, actor and comedian, and he's doing a splendid job in looking mighty fine.
Until we hear otherwise, we're just going to assume he's also a great cook, a good painter, and that he knows how to juggle knives the way he juggles our hearts.
We're sure we're not the first or last ones to say this, but we are pining over Chris Pine. The "Star Trek" actor, who has been around for quite some time now, seems to age gracefully. The older he gets, the more confident we are that he is flawless.
Though we tend to forget of his existence, his most recent role in "Wonder Woman" has landed him back on the good-looking man map!
In our opinion, Ted Danson is the definition of a silver fox. Man, just look at him. The "Cheers" star is controlling the entire universe as Michael on "The Good Place." He’s a bit more devilish than his character on the show – okay, a lot crueler, but still manages to make us laugh.
He’s won several awards throughout his acting career and has been nominated for dozens. This tall, gorgeous man could pour us a drink any day!
Woody has had great success in film and several notable characters, including Haymitch Abernathy in the "Hunger Games" series. There's something about his quirky face and deep blue eyes that has us fascinated. Interestingly enough, Harrelson met his future wife on the set of "Cheers" in 1987.
Ironically, the happy hippie Harrelson never thought he'd get married, not believing in it. Well, that is until Laura came into his life. According to Harrelson, it doesn't take a lot for the couple to be happy -- just a beautiful home, their children, and each other.
The mysterious Adrien Brody is an actor we will never fully understand but admire completely. He first showed his incredible acting skills and intriguing face when he starred in Roman Polanski’s 2002 holocaust film, "The Pianist," which went on to secure him an Academy Award for Best Actor.
Brody received the award at age 29, making him the youngest actor ever to win this title. This Oscar-winning performance turned Adrien Brody from a relatively unknown actor to one of Hollywood’s hottest assets at the time. To this day, he is well regarded as
Mark Ruffalo is a writer, director, and environmental activist, but he is definitely best known for his incredible acting career, which spans nearly 30 years. The talented actor has done it all: dramas, comedies, mystery films - he even portrayed The Hulk.
His "boy-next-door" charm is what really gets everyone going, and that's probably due to the fact that he's so versatile, it's surprising to see so many sides of him!
He's an actor, he's a dad, and to be quite honest, he's just handsome. That's Chris Pratt for you! The "Parks and Recreation" actor, who has since branched out and starred in many motion pictures, has slowly but surely ensured his slot in Hollywood heartthrob history.
And it isn't solely for his looks, and his personality is what seems to have everyone gushing over him. He's the kind of guy you meet at your local grocery store, down-to-earth, and just plain ol' cute!
Creator and star of the famed Broadway musicals "In the Heights" and "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda is a name that shall not be forgotten. The composer, singer, lyricist, actor, rapper, producer, and playwright - he's one of the most talented men in Hollywood at the moment. To top it all off, he's also got some good looks and a great sense of style.
His talent and his sleek charm seem to go hand in hand, and he's taking pop-culture by a storm!
Who says funny guys can't be drop-dead gorgeous? Andy Samberg has it all; he's a comedian, writer, producer, musician, actor, and heartthrob.
This talented man can be seen in lots of comedies, but his best and funniest work can be seen in his hilarious portrayal of detective Jake Peralta in the hit TV show Brooklyn 99.
When you hear the name Daniel Day-Lewis many things probably come to mind, Oscar statuettes, an intense actor, and a gorgeous face. Yes, he may not be the most traditional celebrity crush, but the actor has a sort of charm only a few possess.
His handsome face, style, and smile are enough to make you wonder if you've died and gone to heaven. His roles are often less than heavenly, but the method-actor is a talented and timeless Hollywood idol.
Sean Penn is one of the most well-known, highly respected, and handsome actors in Hollywood. His superstar status and unbelievably fantastic acting skills have landed him significant roles in tinsel town.
But it isn’t just the movie roles that Penn is famous for snagging – it’s also his extensive list of gorgeous A-list girlfriends. Sean Penn is the sort of guy who can just reel in whatever woman he wants, even if that woman is one of the most sought-after actresses in Los Angeles.
You may be surprised to see Joaquin Phoenix on this list, but there's something about his weird brilliance that makes him sinfully handsome. They say that the eyes are the window to the soul, and looking into Pheonix's eyes, we're pretty sure we've grasped the meaning of life itself.
The award-winning actor, activist, and producer started acting when he was a child but will be remembered in Hollywood history as the man who perfected The Joker.
Though he's been at the center of one of the most infamous cheating scandals in Hollywood -- he had an affair with the children's nanny -- Jude Law is drop-dead gorgeous.
It's his face, but also his sensitivity, and perhaps that British accent, that has people swooning over him. It's undeniable; he's like a fine wine, the older he gets, the better he becomes.
Granted, he isn't the classic definition of "Hollywood handsome," but there's something about Tom Hanks that has the whole world crazed. Perhaps its the fact that he's been married to Rita Wilson for more than thirty years?
Or that he can play both serious and comedic characters. Whatever it is, this silver fox has Hollywood (and the rest of the world) under his spell, and we wouldn't have it any other way!
The British hunk that is known as Hugh Grant has charmed women across the globe with his incredible looks and soft, flirtatious manner. His breakthrough role was the 1994 comedy, "Four Weddings and Funeral," which earned him a Golden Globe award and turned him into an international heartthrob overnight.
Perhaps best known for his role as Jim Halpert on "The Office," John Krasinski has turned into a rather versatile actor. Apart from the fact that he stands 6'2" and is married to one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood (Emily Blunt), Krasinski is the recipient of several honors, including four Primetime Emmy Award nominations and two Screen Actors Guild Awards.
In 2018, he was named by "Time" magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world!
Though you may not notice it at first, Stanley Tucci is everywhere and has been in a wide variety of many successful films. He's an actor, producer, writer, film director, and drumroll please...former fashion model. Yes, you read that right, our man Tucci used to model.
He has acted in a wide variety of supporting roles, though to us, he will always be our leading man. Tucci is also known for his collaborations with Meryl Streep.
Some like it hot. Others like it, Tony Curtis. If you didn't understand that reference, let us break it down for you. Perhaps in his most pivotal role, actor Tony Curtis starred in the 1959 classic, "Some Like it Hot," alongside Marilyn Monroe.
Curtis was a well-recognized actor, but to actress Jamie Lee Curtis, he was just "dad." The gorgeous, talented actor passed away in 2010, but will forever be remembered.
Whether you're in love with Captain America or saw him in "The Nanny Diaries," there is no denying that Chris Evans is one of the most handsome men to hit Hollywood in recent years.
Apart from his acting, he's stolen our hearts with the moments he spends with his dog, Dodger, and his relationship with his parents. The actor is no stranger to going shirtless on-camera, which is another reason we're always going to be team Captain America!
Sorry, we just got lost in Timothée Chalamet's eyes for a moment -- but we're back! The "Beautiful Boy" (an understatement) actor, has luscious locks, a smoldering stare, and a sense of style that only a few lucky people can pull off.
The rising star has managed to make a name for himself, both and on and off-screen, and we can't wait to see what the world has in store for him and what he has in store for us. A real timeless Hollywood heartthrob -- Timmy, we are forever yours.
Paul Newman First words that come to mind are hubba hubba. Paul Newman was the ultimate American handsome man back in the ‘50s and ‘60s. His chiseled jawline, piercing blue eyes and flirty smile made him one of the favorite actors of the 20th century.
Some of his best films include Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, which awarded him an Academy nomination back in 1968. He also starred in Martin Scorsese's timeless classic, The Color of Money, which secured his first Oscar win. Newman’s legendary acting career spanned across more than five decades before retiring.
While the actor has muscles anyone would be proud of, when preparing to play Charles Bronson, Tom Hardy gained 40 extra pounds of muscle in mere weeks.
Clearly, there isn't enough Tom Hardy to go around, which makes him a special on the menu. We will have a Tom Hardy with a side of bad boy look and sexy accent.
Producer and actor, Brad Pitt has one of the world’s most recognized faces. It’s a pretty one, too. We first recognized it, and the rest of him, in Thelma and Louise as a hitchhiking charmer who Geena Davis’ “Thelma” falls for.
Prior to the onset of success, Pitt bailed on a journalism degree in order to pursue acting. He has also worked as a mover and an El Pollo Loco chicken mascot before becoming one of the wealthiest and hottest men in the business.
Marlon Brando was one of the most important stars in Hollywood history. He was also a massively influential activist who helped lead the civil rights movement and various Native American movements.
Brando was one of the highest-paid actors in the world. Brando will always be remembered for his legendary role as Vito Corleone in The Godfather. His acting as well as pouty lips will continue to inspire others for many years to come.
Stop — Hammer time. But honestly, isn't any time Hammer time? What. A. Hunk! Standing at 6 foot 7, this tall, tall glass of water is one of our favorite leading men.
But aside from his acting chops, he’s also got quite a large inheritance to fall back on. His father, Michael Hammer is a businessman, and his grandfather, Armand, was an oil tycoon. But we're not in it for the money.
Jason Momoa was introduced to the world as a vicious warrior in HBO's Game of Thrones , and although his character was brutal, the fact that he spent much of his time on screen shirtless made it all better.
This 6'4" tall drink of Hawaiian water is also playing DC's Aquaman, which means more shirtless time. We can't complain.
Back in the '50s, James Dean was considered a symbol of cultural rebellion. Unfortunately, the actor died during a car crash at just 24 years old, effectively ending one of the most promising film careers of all time.
He only acted in three films but managed to leave behind a legacy that has influenced many musicians, such as Elvis Presley.
Redford was a huge star in the 1970s and is still regarded as a heartthrob. He is also an award winning Director and a receiver of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
His blonde mane of hair and his bright smile are a sure way to brighten up any day that may have been on the down side.
Not only does Cristiano Ronaldo have the body of a god and the eternal worship of more people than he can count, he also donates blood often and is involved in charity work.
If that doesn't make you want to put up his poster in your room, you might want to rethink some of your life choices.
Hugh Jackman is known to many as X Men's Wolverine, so we know of his athletic body and about his impressive physique.
Then, this Australian hunk went on to do Les Miserable and The Greatest Showman and we discovered he can sing as well. If you weren't already smitten, we're sure you are now.
Gregory Peck was one of the most beloved and famous actors between the '40s and the '60s. Some of the actor's most enduring roles include The Keys of the Kingdom, Gentleman's Agreement, and Twelve O'Clock High.
Peck is known for giving top notch performances and for being quite the looker. He has consistently been among the highest acclaimed and best earning actors of all time.
Leonardo DiCaprio got an early start in his career, but it reached international heights after his role in 'Titanic'. After finally winning an Academy Award, now he is the proud owner of the full pack: an Oscar, a successful career and a gorgeous face.
Somehow, however, he's never been married or had children, and so has nobody to share his huge wealth with but himself. We volunteer as tribute!
Yes, it's Christopher Ashton Kutcher, and no, you're not being Punk'd! Kutcher is known for taking dumb character roles in films and television, but in reality, he's a genius as an actor and at maths.
His success in both professions is because of his IQ level of 160, and success comes naturally to people with that level of intelligence.
He′s sweet, he′s funny, he looks the same as he did when he was in Clueless — he′s Paul Rudd.
Other than Clueless, Paul has taken part in other modern day musts such as the TV show Friends and Marvel′s Antman. Frankly, we′re not mad about it.
Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey, Jr. appeared in his first movie at age 5, so it is no surprise that he’s one of the highest-grossing actors in the world.
He was born in Manhattan to a filmmaker father and an actress mother, which means he had his road to stardom all cut out for him. Looking as good as he does only boosted him further.
Taking a dip in the Hemsworth gene pool would have been a service we would all happily pay good money for.
With 6′ 3″ of blue-eyed charm and sexy Australian accent, Liam is not only great to watch, but also wonderful to hear.
An actor, musician, and producer, Johnny Depp is another hottie we simply couldn't ignore. He has been nominated ten times for a Golden Globe, one of which he won.
With his versatile acting skill he has often played eccentric characters, all of which contributed to his undeniable allure.
This handsome fella had his breakthrough role as Billy Douglas in the soap opera One Life to Live, and it wasn’t long until he had many other on-screen appearances.
Phillippe is also interested in martial arts and has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. That sounds like a good thing to have around.
Tom Selleck’s acting career is about as diverse as it gets, as the heartthrob acted in widely popular shows and movies like Magnum, P.I. to Friends to Three Men and a Baby.
Selleck’s 6’4” frame also served him well on the court as a basketball player. The fact that he managed to balance playing basketball, joining a fraternity and working as a model while earning a business degree is just plain ridiculous.
The beautiful face on this lovely English gentleman became famous thanks to his role as Oliver Wood in the Harry Potter franchise.
He went on to become even more magical when he played Edward Cullen in the Twilight films. It's almost as if magic follows him around.
If you've never had a favorite N*Sync member, have you ever really lived? Our answer would be — probably not.
Justin Timberlake first started on Mickey Mouse Club but it wasn't until his boy band days that he became a sensation.
Clint Eastwood came to prominence as a vigilante justice enforcer playing roles like Dirty Harry and the good guy with no name in The Good the Bad and the Ugly.
With a badass attitude and a career that spans six decades, Eastwood simply had to be on our list. Most of his career effectively defined American masculinity. The man’s a legend.
When Zac Efron came dancing into our lives as Troy Bolton in High School Musical, he portrayed a high school basketball player, which would be a little surprising considering he’s not that tall.
You were probably too distracted by Zac's good looks and ginormous muscles to realize he's only 5'8". But we don’t care. We will take him as he is. We’re kind like that.
Batman vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice wasn’t a great movie but it did have some highlights. There was Wonder Woman’s first appearance and there was Henry Cavill playing Superman.
Ah, Henry Cavill, there isn’t enough screen time in the world to do justice to all those muscles and perfect skin and smoldering gaze and… what were we talking about?
Henry Golding’s face is one that stands out. Not only because of his perfect bone structure, but because you don’t see a lot of Malaysians acting in Hollywood.
If we are to judge by Golding and his appearance in The Gentleman or Crazy Rich Asians, Malaysia is about to jump to the top of our bucket list.
When he landed Han Solo on Star Wars, who knew he’d become an American demigod? Harrison Ford is a legend. Every dude wanted to be cool like him. Every gal swooned in the presence of the silver screen king.
A collective sigh released when Princess Leia finally broke the romantic tension by kissing him in The Empire Strikes Back.
When casting for the Thor franchise, the producers needed to find someone who looks like a god to play a god. Then they found Chris Hemsworth and all was well with the world.
Those fine Hemsworth genes, as well as a talent for acting, run in the family, as Chris’s two brothers are also not bad to look at and have on-screen careers.
The international football superstar and his popstar-turned luxe fashion designer wife have been married for more than 20 years!
The two have four beautiful kids together, which makes us happy knowing those genes are going places, but also sad knowing no one else will have a shot with David anytime soon.
Best known for singing “The Banana Boat Song” Belafonte is a diverse musical artist, venturing into blues, folk, gospel, show tunes, and American standards.
He also had a brief acting career, with roles in the musical Carmen Jones as well as in Island in the Sun. Other than being a wonderful singer, Belafonte was a keen social rights activist, and was, in fact, one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s close friends.
Jon Hamm, also known as the sexy yet somewhat abusive Mad-Men star, Don Draper, is surprisingly single.
Hunky Hamm is also a talented actor and producer, which makes the fact that he’s single even more surprising. Has no one had what it takes to make him settle down? C’mon ladies, just reel him in!
Despite getting acting roles as a child, Gyllenhaal went on to attend Columbia University and got his degree. Later on, he received acclaim in October Sky, playing Homer Hickam. Which is only one of his many accolades.
Plus growing up with sisters makes for sensitive men, and his sister, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal would be happy to tell you that herself.
Channing Tatum knows how to use that incredible body of his. We saw it when he played the role of Tyler Gage in the movie Step Up, and we got an even better taste of it in Magic Mike.
Other than that, he knows how to make us laugh, as we saw in 21 Jump Street and other comedies he’s done. So yeah, we guess we wouldn’t mind having dinner with him if he asked really nice.
The Oscar-nominated actor is just as passionate onscreen as he is with the English language. So much so that he graduated with honors at Georgetown University in 1997.
Bradley Cooper supposedly cried when he read Romeo and Juliet in the campus library as part of his study towards his English degree. So, smart — check. Sensitive — check. Sexy — check.
Two things that make Dean Martin irresistible are his charm and charisma. These are only two of the reasons as to why he was nicknamed “The King of Cool.”
Martin did radio, theater, live shows, comedy, acting and singing. There’s nothing like a multi talented man to bring home to mama.
When it comes to Patrick Swayze and his love life, a lot of controversies come trailing along. And when you look that good, it wouldn’t be surprising to hear your name tangled in different love affairs.
After making numerous Dirty Dancing viewers melt into a puddle with his sweet dance moves, Swayze was voted as sexiest man alive by People magazine in 1991.
Desi Arnaz became familiar thanks to the hit TV show I love Lucy and thanks to his fabulous face. Lucile Ball and Desi Arnaz were a married couple both on-screen and off-screen.
The couple is well-known for their TV marriage. Although fans loved their chemistry, their marriage did not last.
Look at the man in the picture, now back at your man, now back at the one in the picture. Assuming you were able to tear your eyes off the screen, you must understand that such attractive men don’t exactly grow on trees.
This sturdy stud’s acting career started in 2000, but his first steps in show business started long before that in 1992 when he was signed as a model for Ralph Lauren.
John Stamos can have as many roles as he wants in film and TV, but for some of us he will always be Uncle Jesse from Full House.
Stamos is also quite the musician and he even performed with The Beach Boys occasionally. As if he needed the rock star label to make him even hotter.
Denzel Washington’s one-on-one performance playing hoops in the 1998 film He Got Game is sheer talent, no acting necessary.
Washington is incredibly athletic, and performs his own stunts. His great physique was best displayed when he played the role of boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter in The Hurricane.
Sons of Anarchy wasn't exactly the best show out there, but it did give us Charlie Hunnam, and for that we are eternally grateful.
His character in the show may have been a tad intimidating but we can tell by looking in his eyes that he is nothing like that in person.
Jerry was a comedian, but not just any comedian. He incorporated comedy in everything he did, from acting to singing, which established his status as the king of comedy.
Other than comedy, Lewis was also an avid philanthropist who raised billions of dollars for muscular dystrophy research. Nothing is more attractive than kindness.
Patrick Dempsey is best known for his role as Dr. “McDreamy” Shepherd on the hit medical drama Grey’s Anatomy. He has since made his way into the McDreams of many.
His most recent film was Bridget Jones’ Baby (2016) but he hasn’t been acting in the last few years as he is more focused on a professional racing career. We wouldn’t mind sitting shotgun.
Sidney Poitier is a history maker. He made history in 1964 when he became the first black actor to get an academy award for Best Actor for his role in Lilies of the Field.
Poitier has worked hard to get to where he is. His life included extreme poverty and homelessness but he pushed through and became a total icon.
Legendary "James Bond" actor Sean Connery has starred alongside some real beauties. And when we say beauties we mean both Bond girls as well as a fleet of impressive vehicles.
This Scot’s appeal did not go unnoticed — he was voted as the sexiest man alive by People magazine in 1989, and ten years later he was voted as the sexiest man of the century. Even after his unfortunate death in 2020, he is still fondly remembered as one of the best.
Ryan Reynolds began his acting career in Hillside, a teen soap opera, he then went on to star in comedies, romantic comedies, action films, and even superhero films.
With two superhero characters on his record (Green Lantern and Deadpool), a unique sense of humor (just ask Hugh Jackman), and a killer bod, we can totally see what his bombshell wife Blake Lively sees in him.
Orlando Bloom became a household name after he played the elf Legolas in the Lord of the Rings franchise. When playing that character, Bloom was sporting a stunning blonde wig befitting the legendary creature he portrayed.
In the different roles he played after, as well as in his personal life, Bloom sports a lovely brunette mane and a stubble befitting his beautiful face.
As one of the prettiest faces of the 1980s, Tom Cruise’s career kicked into high gear after filming The Outsiders and Taps. Mr. Cruise is one of the highest-paid actors ever.
We don’t even care that Tom Cruise is involved in Scientology advocacy as long as we keep seeing him on our screens, preferably performing one of his daredevil stunts.
One thing that instantly makes a man look more attractive is uniform. Jimmy Stewart didn’t need the help of his military officer uniform to get attention from ladies, but we’re sure it didn’t hurt.
Also, an impressive acting career that includes 80 films in 55 years is something reserved for people like Stewart, who are easy on the eyes.
In the ‘50s and ‘60s, Hudson was known for playing in an array of romantic comedies such as Pillow Talk or Giant Magnificent. This baby face looks like it was born to do just that.
Sadly, Hudson contracted AIDS, which led to his eventual death in 1985 at the age of 59, but his heartthrob legacy lives on.
One of our favorite conspiracy theories is that Pharelle Williams is a vampire. Apparently, some people think it’s the only answer to the question of “how does this man not age?”
With musical talent, great fashion sense, and swagger that would sustain 10 grown men, Pharelle is just the guy to make us all Happy.
Before suffering one of the most tragic deaths in Hollywood, Heath Ledger was idolized for his good looks and iconic film roles.
He became every straight girl’s fantasy after starring in 10 Things I Hate About You, and ever gay guy’s fantasy after starring in Brockeback Mountain.
If the song “Livin’ La Vida Loca” comes up and the people around you don’t get up to dance, you might want to reconsider being around them.
Ricky Martin doesn’t only know how to make dance hits, he knows how to dance, how to sing, and how to make his many fans scream for the best reasons.
From his days as Dr. Doug Rooss in the TV show ER to his later roles in film, Clooney has always been cast as characters with major cool factor.
This piece of eye candy used to be notorious for not settling down despite him having an impressive record of romantic partners. That all changed in 2014 when Clooney married human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
In books and movies, we are pretty used to characters having catchphrases. In real life — not so much. But being as charismatic as he is, Matthew McConaughey can do many things that us common folk can’t.
Other than being famous for his “Alright, alright, alright” catchphrase, he is also known for his superior acting skills and general hotness.
If you removed each of Richard Gere’s roles in the ‘80s and ‘90s we would have very little cinema left on our hands. Gorgeous Gere was every bit of the handsome man in the lead of many major films.
His portrayal of Edward Lewis, the rich, sensitive, tormented millionaire with a heart of gold in Pretty Woman made every viewer believe in true love.
Buckingham bad boy Prince Harry has been known for causing several stirs in his promiscuous 20s. It turns out that good looks can sometimes be a magnet for troubles as much as a magnet for beautiful girls.
Harry’s 30s are a lot more settled down. He married actress Meghan Markle, had a baby, and now his flaming red hair is the only wild thing about him.
Once playing a scrawny little boy with dreams of becoming a superhero, Aaron Taylor-Johnson now has people dreaming of becoming him.
It seems that his character is as strong as his biceps, as he has been married to a woman 24 years his senior since 2012 despite all the raised eyebrows.
While being on camera made Steve McQueen most of his fortune (it only makes sense for someone who looks that good), Steve McQueen had other passions in life.
He was very interested in racing, cars, motorcycles, and he even flew and owned several airplanes. After all, they don’t call him “The King of Cool” for no reason.
When it comes to the King of Rock and Roll, we would all prefer a little less conversation and a little more action.
His deep voice, his swaying hips, and his musical talent make him the full package. All those screaming fans in the ‘60s knew exactly what they were talking about.
Bobby Cannavale has done pretty much all there is to do as an actor. He’s done film, TV, broadway shows, singing and dancing.
His versatility has earned him two Emmys and many other nominations. In our eyes, he’s always a winner.
With an acting career that started at the age of 12, Kurt Russle definitely knows how to work a camera. Apparently, he also knows how to work his way into our hearts.
The only woman in his heart, however, is Goldie Hawn. The two have been maintaining a photogenic relationship since 1983.
The poster boy of chin dimples, Cary Grant is no less than a legend. When you pair that dimple with a great sense of humor and overall charm, you get one irresistible guy.
It is no surprise, then, that Grant has been married five times. Only one of those women, however, got to have a child with him. His only daughter’s name is Jennifer and he often said she was his “best production.”
This talented actor has a long line of iconic roles saying iconic lines. One such a role is Hannibal Lecter and his famous “Hello Clarice…”
While no one wishes to be eaten by a cannibal, we must say that he made crimes seem a little less horrible as long as they were performed by his beautiful self.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has Bobby Darin as an inductee since 1990. If we had anything to say about it, it would have happened much sooner.
We would also like to induct this gorgeous man into our unofficial personal Hall of Fame of best looking men in history.
Listening to Frank Sinatra singing may have you think that this smooth voice is coming out of a grown man with a beard and maybe a facial scar or two.
That dreamy voice, however, is coming out of a handsome face with beautiful blue eyes and an impressive forelock.
Will Smith’s full name is Willard Carroll Smith Jr. But using the short, fun version is very much on brand for him.
Initially making a name for himself as The Fresh Prince, Smith has the film and music career to grant him the status of a proper king.
Many of you may remember Clark Gable from playing the role of Rhett Butler in Gone with the Wind, but that’s only one of the dozens of films he’s acted in.
That rich filmography as well as his dashing good looks made him known as the king of Hollywood. Much like Clark Kent, Gable was no less than Superman.
Finding a man who can pull off a nose ring is hard enough. Finding one that looks that good and plays the guitar is next to impossible.
But finding one that does all of the above while being super smooth and charismatic? That practically makes him a miracle. Lenny Kravitz is probably one of god's ways of telling us we have done something right.
Before his days as a successful actor, Statham had his eyes out for a career as a professional driver or a swimmer.
This wouldn't have been great for us as we wouldn't have graced our screens with his broad shoulders and cute accent.
Ryan Gosling made his first steps in Hollywood in the early '90s in The Mickey Mouse Club, where he sang and danced along other stars such as Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears.
One of the most memorable roles in his career was that of Noah Calhoun in The Notebook, which brought out his romantic and sensitive side, making him look more and more like husband material.
Many would know Tom Hiddleston from the Thor franchise and other Marvel films, where he plays Loki, the trickster god from the Norse mythology.
But Hiddleston's true character is nothing like the villain he plays in those films. This fine English scone of a man is the perfect gentleman, as any of his co-stars will tell you.
Benicio del Toro
This bilingual actor has family in the US, in Puerto Rico and in Barcelona. For some reason, speaking a second language or having a foreign accent automatically cranks up someone's hotness level.
Not that Benicio del Toro needed any help with that. If you're looking at this picture and feel like running your fingers through that hair, you're not the only one.
One of the very first icons of classical Hollywood, Humphrey Bogart simply had to have a place on this list.
This Casablanca star looks like the definition of a gentleman in a suit, and it's no wonder he made some hearts pound and some heads spin back in the day.
It's easy to forget that James McAvoy is a real person after seeing him play so many different characters (young professor X in the X Men films, Mr. Tumnus in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Kevin Wendell Crumb in Split.)
Sure, when you pair up his acting career with his good looks, believing this Scottish stud is real is even harder, but trust us. We looked it up.
Michael B. Jordan
Not to be confused with basketball player Michael (no B.) Jordan, this handsome fella must have gotten used to making some heads spin.
While he is definitely one of the popular kids on the block, Jordan has a geeky side too and he is a fan of superheroes as well as anime.
There is nothing that this Ireland-born hottie can't do. From acting to modeling to performing music, Dornan is a man of many talents.
While his acting career encompasses numerous titles, for some of us he will be forever known as Christian Grey from the Fifty Shade of Grey franchise.
A pink polo neck is not for everyone. Then again, not everyone is Matt Dillon so there's that. His smile can light anything up, from your heart to a basketball court.
People have been swooning over his perfect cheekbones since his 1979 film debut in the movie Over The Edge.
Some people just know how to age. Rob Lowe is one of them, and until he shares his secrets with us we will keep being jealous.
Lowe loves hiking, working out, and traveling. He is also a father and a family man, who loves his two sons dearly despite them continuously trolling him on Instagram.
Just look at that side-eye and try not to fall in love. Impossible. Martin Sheen is known for his on screen work in films such as Badlands and The Subject Was Roses.
Sheen is a proud father of four children who all chose to go in their father's footsteps and make a career in acting.
Disco dancing Travolta became popular in the '70s thanks to his beautiful smile fixd in a chiseled jaw and his sweet dance moves.
After raising everyone's temperature in Saturday Night Fever, and making us all wish we were Sandy in Grease, Travolta has established himself as a top-notch actor and an overall hottie.
With a striking resemblance to James Dean, Montgomery Clift was idolized by many. At his prime, this American actor used to be Hollywood's cream of the crop, starring in films such as Red River and Judgment at Nuremberg.
Before his unfortunate death in 1966, Clift had a star studded list of romantic partners and friends such as Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor.
Swedish winters can be very cold but with Alexander Skarsgard on our side we are sure to keep ourselves toasty warm.
Born in Stockholm, Sweden, this viking blooded stud comes from a family of many talented actors, so it looks like there's more to those Skarsgard genes than great looks.
Forget about incredible discipline, inspirational achievements and worldwide interest in sports. The best reason to watch the Olympics is shirtless Ryan Lochte.
This sexy swimmer is the proud owner of no less than 12 Olympic medals and the imaginary babies of anyone who lays eyes on him.
Gavin Rossdale is the lead singer and guitarist of the English rock band Bush. Being a rock star usually comes with tons of charisma and stage presence, and Rossdale is no different, only he has the rugged good looks to match.
On brand with his rock star life, Rossdale has had many romantic adventures, including being married to Gwen Stefani and dating Courtney Love.
A most unfortunate accident left Christopher Reeve paralyzed for the last nine years of his life, but before he was thrown off a horse in 1995, Reeve played none other than Superman.
With his athletic physique, blue gaze, and dark locks of hair, he was the perfect casting to play the man of steel, and we have no doubt many women would have loved to be rescued by him.
There comes a time in a man's life when he thinks he can pull off a mustache. He starts shaving in pieces to achieve that coveted look and promptly realizes that a mustache may not be such a smart choice after all.
There are very few men who can grow a noteworthy mustache and make it work. Burt Reynolds is one of those chosen few.
You have to be a very special man to call Chrissy Teigen your wife, and John Legend is just that kind of special.
As his name suggests, this man is no less than legendary when it comes to musical talent, undeniable charm, and dashing good looks.
With a successful acting career that included many films, such as Stand By Me, River Phoenix won over the hearts of every teen who had her eyes on the screen when he was very young.
As Phoenix got older, he became an overall icon, and not just for teenage girls, but fully grown women who know a thing or two about good looking men. His numerous fans were very sad to hear he passed away due to an OD.
This entry on our list may look a little bizarre considering Cobain's difficult history, but here us out for a second.
Cobain and his rock band Nirvana are musical icons no one can ignore, and that fact that he looked as good as he did was definitely helpful. Cobain and his grungy style left their mark on the industry and culture that lasted even after his death.
When playing in the hit TV anthology American Horror Story, this dashing man played the role of some real creepy characters, but that didn't make him any less swoonworthy.
To be honest, when he's off the AHS filming set, he seems like a guy who would happily make you pancakes for breakfast if you were ever so lucky to call him your boyfriend.
Wrestling fans may know Dwayne Johnson by his wrestling stage name — The Rock, but in the last few years he's been more focused on acting, much to film-lovers' enjoyment.
Grownups may know him from the Fast and Furious franchise, kids and parents might recognize him as the voice of Maui from Moana, and his three children would simply know him as dad.
Liam Neeson probably has something to do with coining the phrase “luck of the Irish,” as there is no way a country wouldn't take pride in producing such a fine specimen.
Many of the characters Neeson plays are innate saviors. The most well-known such character was Brian Mills, who didn't stop at anything to save his family in the Taken trilogy.
Known to many for his genius portrayal of Michael Scott on The Office, Steve Carell has so much to offer.
First of all, take a look at that magnificent beard. Then take in the silver fox quality that comes with that gray hair and you'll see what we're talking about. Besides, funny is the new sexy, and Carell is one funny guy.
Jared Leto is a man of many talents, two of which helped him gain his much-deserved fame. First, this guy is the lead singer of the rock band 30 Seconds to Mars, so we know he's musical.
Second, behind those blue eyes there is a talented actor as well. His role in the movie Dallas Buyers Club won him an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.
Mostly known for his career in music, Drake actually made his spotlight debut in TV. He started in the teen drama Degrassi, where he played the role of Jimmy Brooks.
His prolific music career includes five albums, many collaborations, and of course, numerous fans that would love to be held in his tattooed arms.
Some of us have watched The Parent Trap to be impressed with how little Lindsay Lohan played a double role at 11 years old. Others watched it to drool over Dennis Quaid, who played Lohan's father.
With a successful acting career and mesmerizing blue eyes, 66 year old Quaid is one of Hollywood's finest.