Dean gained prominence in the 1950s, most famously for his depiction as the quintessential bad boy in Rebel Without a Cause, for which he became a cultural icon. The actor’s life and career were cruelly cut short when he died in an automobile accident at the age of 24 in 1955.
From Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire to Vito Corleone in The Godfather, Brando’s characters were never always the nice guys, but he was always the most attractive. Brando’s career lasted an incredible four decades, leaving an effect that is still felt today. He is universally considered one of the best movie performances of all time.
The heartthrob was most known for his romantic comedies from the 1950s and 1960s, such as Giant, Magnificent Obsession, and Pillow Talk. In 1985, he, unfortunately, became the first prominent celebrity to die of AIDS.
The actor and philanthropist’s dazzling blue eyes were iconic on TV, seamlessly transitioning into his career transition from actor to racing car driver.
The King of Rock & Roll, arrived on the scene in the 1950s, causing everyone to lose their minds with his coiffed-back hair, loud voice, and “scandalous” dancing movements.
How could anyone resist that mane of hair? In his many romantic flicks from the 1960s to now, the Oscar-winning actor was impossible not to fall in love with.
Gere rose from American Gigolo to Pretty Woman to An Officer and a Gentleman to become one of the hottest leading males of the 1980s and 1990s.
The Oscar-winning actor has a resume full of inspiring, strong roles, but who should be overlooked? His incredible good looks, as well as his abs in The Hurricane.
Clooney has somehow only gotten better attractive with age since the beginning of his career, from his TV job on ER to taking on the cinema industry.
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