Monday, January 4, 2010
First we have Bradley Cooper. Darned if I can remember where I first saw him. I did like him in Kitchen Confidential. He's handsome, not pretty, though he does have pretty eyes.
Turning 43 tomorrow is Stargate Atlantis' Joe Flanigan. Who also has pretty eyes. Dunno what he'll get up to, now that SGA's been cancelled. He did do an ep of Warehouse 13, so he's got a home at SyFy if he wants, it looks like. Maybe he'll get to do some theatrical movies. In any case, he's gonna be around the biz for a good long time, imho.
GAY ROLES (Cooper): Wet Hot American Summer, Valentine's Day
GAY ROLES (Flanigan): Danielle Steel's Family Album
Friday, January 1, 2010
I'm planning another post about Timmy closer to his birthday in August. In the meantime, I stumbled across the above wallpaper at the Defining Grace blog. I wish I could say I created this amazing composition, but no, credit where credit is due. Larger versions of it can be found at this post on the blog.
Decided to try out this as a monthly feature. We'll start with Greg Cipes, whose birthday is January 4th. He appeared in DeCoteau's Ring of Darkness. Which is, as far as I can tell, the first boyband horror film. That has a former Baywatcher and an American Idol contestant in the cast. Yeah, only David could do a movie like this, God luv 'em.
Greg's regular gigs consist mostly of voicework, including Beast Boy on Teen Titans and Kevin in Ben 10: Alien Force. Ironic, considering he ain't exactly ugly.
And yes, I'll get to some of the Voodoo Academy guys eventually.
Happy New Year! To celebrate, here's Craig Horner. I can't find any reliable sources as to when his birthday is, only that he was born in 1983. There are some places that say today's the day, which is enough of an excuse for me. He's known more globally now for Legend of the Seeker. I'm predicting it'll be this generation's Wild, Wild West, turning young impressionable minds gay with all the shirtless bondage. Not that a TV show can turn anyone gay. I'm just sayin'. Btw, I'm liking the scruffy look he's sporting this season. Though there seems to be less shirtlessness, whassup with that?
Anyway, before Legend, Craig was popular in his homeland of Australia. See (and hear) some of the reasons why here.
Btw, does anyone know what his ethnic background is? He looks to have some aborigine or maybe Maori in the mix. Considering the results, that's a very good thing.