It is a popular misconception that we only feature actors or musicians. Given the choice we´d feature any man worthy of the mantle, assuming he wouldn´t sue us for harrassment afterwards. Pete Cashmore, we hope, wont resort to that because, to be perfectly honest he has far more dosh than we do!
If you do not want to sacrifice intelligence for a hunkie male then Pete Cashmore is definitely your man! Pete is the CEO and founder of Mashable.com, a Technorati Top 10 blog worldwide. He founded Mashable in a small Scottish town in 2005 at age 19.
Hunkie Geek extraordinaire! All interested ladies please form an orderly queue BEHIND me andRAFrenzy
Absolutely. I adore the Scottish accent. I lived in Scotland for a while and I must admit the novelty of hearing it never wore off. It is absolutely beautiful to listen to.
Those eyes! I am normally a fan of dark, but not even I could resist those beauties.
Definitely worthy of a nomination.
Picture the scene, Sunday night, I am watching Lost on TV. Desmond Hume suddenly pops up onto the screen and I find myself wondering how on earth I had managed to post so many gorgeous men as hunkie nominees without a single thought of Henry Ian Cusick! Its almost criminal.
Born to a Scottish father and a Peruvian mother he is simply a gorgeous man… and as Desmond with his wee Scottish lilt he is positively irrisistable!
If you really want to appreciate a true Scotsman you cannot get any finer than the one and only… THE Scottish legend Sean Connery. Cast aside any thought of Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan or Daniel Craig… THIS IS James Bond as he should be.
The ultimate James Bond.
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, and raised in Joliet, Illinois. He returned to the UK, for a 6 month Shakespeare semester with the United States International University of San Diego, but left to star in the musical production of “Anything Goes,” with Elaine Page. He went on to star in “Miss Saigon,” “Matador,” “Rope,” and “Hair” at London’s West End.
He is now best known for his role as Captain Jack Harkness, a time traveller from the 51st century in Doctor Who and Torchwood.