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Top Ten Good Looking Actors

Steve ​McQueen​
Steve ​McQueen​

Yet the legend of Steve McQueen, star of just a few great movies and a great many terrible ones, has proved remarkably enduring. No actor since, not even Daniel Craig as James Bond, has done more than echo his catlike grace and genuine aura of danger.

Richard Gere​
Richard Gere​

Richard Tiffany Gere (/ ɡ ɪər /; born August 31, 1949) is an American actor and humanitarian activist. He began in films in the 1970s, playing a supporting role in Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977) and a starring role in Days of Heaven (1978).

Ryan Gosling​
Ryan Gosling​

Ryan Gosling showed off his strikingly good looks as he left his hotel in New York City on Wednesday, wearing his geek chic plastic framed glasses. The 37-year-actor also donned a zip-up sweater that he teamed with a printed shirt, slouchy dark trousers and worn-in shoes.

Pharrell ​Williams​
Pharrell ​Williams​

Pharrell’s details his skin care routine. American rapper Pharrell Williams was born on April 5, 1973, and is presently 44 years old. But he still looks young and like a ‘just-out-of-college’ boy. It has been a point of wonder and bewilderment for everyone.

Johnny Depp​
Johnny Depp​

I don't get the Johnny Depp thing at all. I can see he's a good looking bloke, just as I can see David Beckham and Brad Pitt are good looking blokes, but I need more than that, I need a brilliant personality to go along with the looks (or even the lack of, in some cases!). I'm currently lusting after Matt Smith . And I have never seen a Johnny Depp film all the way through :eek:.

Brad Pitt​
Brad Pitt​

Brad Pitt looks so handsome to you, but to his rival, he would not look the same. Logical Answer: He has a good face cut and his hair style compliments his face.

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Leonardo ​DiCaprio​
Leonardo ​DiCaprio​

DiCaprio was named Leonardo because his pregnant mother was looking at a Leonardo da Vinci painting in the Uffizi museum in Florence, Italy, when he first kicked. His parents separated when he was a year old, and he lived mostly with his mother.

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James Dean​
James Dean​

In walked Dean, issuing a volley of four-letter expletives. Raymond Massey, who was playing Dean’s father in the film, turned to Kazan and said, ‘What price is gold?’ Dean’s second film, Rebel Without A Cause, with Natalie Wood, was a study of the new American obsession with middle-class delinquency.

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