In an interview with Elle.com, McSteamy Eric Dane says he wishes he could destroy any photo where he's shirtles...
We picked up our jaw and promptly watched that episode of Grey's Anatomy again (yeah -- it's still on our TiVo.)
Steve Sandvoss got a shout out this week on the blog of DNA Magazine, where he's been voted the October 2007 Spunk of the Month. One of his most memorable roles was that of the Mormon missionary in Los Angeles who finds love and inner turmoil when he falls for his neighbor, a man-ho waiter who had initially put the moves on as part of a bet.
What you might not have realized is that he also appeared on the last episode of Grey's Anatomy (the episode where the two brides are in a contest to win a wedding gown.) He played the fianc� of one of the dueling brides, and while he is sporting a different look -- he was still quite handsome.
Steve... call me? :)
Check out DNA's blog for more of Steve!
Eric Dane... this stupendously good-looking man plays Dr. Mark Sloan aka McSteamy on Grey's Anatomy. Previously he was Phoebe's boyfriend on Charmed which is a show that I never watched because even I have a cheeze limit. Actress Rebecca Gayheart is the lucky woman that's married to him, which just goes to show that you can run over a little kid and still land a hot husband. Prior to Rebecca, Eric dated Lara Flynn Boyle, so Rebecca is definitely a step up.
Eric sports a beard on Grey's, but in most of his roles, including 2006's X-Men:Last Stand where Dane played Multiple Man, he's clean-shaven. I dig facial hair so I actually prefer the scruff. You?
[ Ed: We're cutting out a little this week -- "offline" life has been very full and we need a breather. See you back here Monday! ]
For the final installment of Who We're Thankful For, I focus on some of the hunky actors that I have been particularly thankful for in 2006.
Jake Gyllenhaal : While Brokeback Mountain first hit the states in late 2005, Jake has been enjoying a steady stream of press and attention. Latest rumors have him hanging out a lot with Lance Armstrong and Matthew McConaughey and possibly working on an Armstrong biopic. He also won an MTV Movie Award for best kiss in Brokeback Mountain.
Hugh Jackman : Hugh's always on the top of the list no matter what. But this year with the final installment in the X-Men trilogy, the Woody Allen movie where he played the
sexiest yet smarmiest villian, and finally for his brilliant work in "The Prestige", 2006 was a good year.