Beauty and the Geek: James Ellis

This hunk is originally from South Bend and New Paris, Indiana. James Ellis is a former scrawny high school nerd who’s transformed his hot bod to become a fitness champ. Ellis graduated from Indiana State University with a 3.5 GPA in 2005 and right thereafter moved out to San Diego and then Los Angeles, California in pursuit of his lifelong dream to be a model and an actor.

Prince of Malibu: Brody Jenner

As Lauren Conrad’s yummy steady on MTV’s The Hills, Brody Jenner’s living the high life – and becoming famous for being L.A.’s elusive Casanova. The son of Olympian athlete Bruce Jenner and songwriter Linda Thompson, Jenner lived in the lap of luxury as a self-described Prince of Malibu (synonymous with his failed FOX reality series). He grew up with step-sister Kim Kardashian and dated childhood pal Nicole Richie and Laguna Beach bad girl Kristin Cavallari. But it was his flirtastic tension with MTV heroine Lauren Conrad that made him a star.

Just Wright: Common


Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr.  better known by his stage name Common (previously Common Sense), is an American hip hop artist and actor. His first major label album, Like Water for Chocolate, received widespread critical acclaim and tremendous commercial success. His first Grammy award was in 2003 for Best R&B Song for “Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip-Hop)” with Erykah Badu. Its popularity was matched by May 2005’s Be, which was nominated in the 2006 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album.

Common has also initiated a burgeoning acting career, starring significant roles in such films as Smokin’ Aces, Street Kings, American Gangster, Wanted, Terminator Salvation, Date Night, and Just Wright.

Five-O: Alex O’Loughlin

Alex O’Loughlin is an Australian actor, currently starring in CBS’s Hawaii Five-0 as Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett. His best known earlier roles include Kevin Hiatt in The Shield, Mick St. John in Moonlight, Dr. Andy Yablonski in Three Rivers, and the romantic comedy film, The Back-up Plan, where he starred alongside Jennifer Lopez. He is also the current ambassador for Donate Life America.

He enjoys reading, outdoor activities, riding his motorcycles, martial arts, boxing, writing his own music, playing the guitar and enhancing his so called “mad skills” such as fly fishing, whip cracking, juggling, and cooking. He has said to TV Guide, “I’m more like one of those jacks-of-all-trades, master of nothing.” He currently has six tattoos.

Got Game?: Pooch Hall

Pooch Hall is originally from Brockton, Massachusetts. Growing up, he was very athletic, participating in such sports as football, track and field and boxing. His acting career began with a minor role in the film Lift. Most of his work on television has been for commercials. He has also jumped from one television program after another, appearing in short-lived series such as Pepper Dennis and Miracle Boys.  Hall finally landed a starring role in the CW football drama, The Game. He plays Derwin Davis an ambitious rookie who was recently drafted by the NFL. The Game is now airing on BET networks.

Something Borrowed: Colin Egglesfield

Colin Egglesfield best known for his portrayal as Dr. Josh Madden in the long-running soap opera All My Children, as well as Auggie Kirkpatrick in The CW’s short-lived teen drama Melrose Place. He modeled for Versace, Calvin Klein, and Armani, among others before the acting bug bit him. After taking drama classes, Colin Egglesfield found himself guest starring on popular TV series such Law & Order SVU, The $treet, Gilmore Girls, Charmed, and Nip/Tuck. He also had a very small 5-word 7 second role in the 2005 movie Must Love Dogs, in addition to many other minor film projects. In the fall of 2009, Egglesfield portrayed chef/surfer guy, Auggie Kirkpatrick on CW’s 2009 series Melrose Place. However, due to a change in the direction of the show, Eggelesfield and his co-star Ashlee Simpson-Wentz were fired and his character was written out of the show during the thirteenth episode. He is currently co-starring in Something  Borrowed, which opens May 6th.

He owns and runs his own New York City-based clothing company Shout Out Clothing!, which he principally uses as a vehicle to promote and support educational initiatives such as Project Grad, and also “Stay in school” programs. He was named one of People’s “Sexiest Men Alive” in November 2005.

Footloose: David Williams

David Williams is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the National Rugby League (NRL) competition. He plays on the wing and can also play in the centres. He is also the younger brother of North Queensland Cowboys player, John Williams.

In 2008, Williams developed a cult following and became known as the “Wolfman” for his shaggy locks and full beard. Williams scored a try in the 2008 NRL Grand Final victory over Melbourne Storm. Following the Manly Sea Eagles Grand Final victory, he had his beard removed by Manly team-mates as he slept.

The Don: Jon Hamm

Jon Hamm had several roles in television including Providence, The Division, What About Brian and Related. In 2000 he made his feature film debut in Clint Eastwood’s space adventure, Space Cowboys. The following year, Hamm appeared in the independent comedy, Kissing Jessica Stein (2001) in a minor role.

Hamm gained global recognition for playing advertising executive Don Draper in the AMC drama series Mad Men, which premiered in July 2007. Hamm’s performance earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series in 2008. Aside from his work on Mad Men, Hamm appeared in the 2008 science fiction remake, The Day the Earth Stood Still and claimed his first leading film role in the independent thriller Stolen (2010). Hamm had a supporting role in the 2010 crime film The Town.

Internationally viewed as a sex symbol, Hamm was named one of’s Sexiest Man Living in 2007, and was named one of People magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive in 2008. Hamm also won GQ’s ‘International Man’ award in September 2010. In November 2008, Entertainment Weekly named him one of their Entertainers of the Year. He again was named one of the magazine’s Entertainers of the Year in 2010.