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.
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.
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.