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The Most Handsome Man You'll Never Have

Most well known for his portrayal of the gay best friend in My Best Friend's Wedding, Rupert Everett is more than just a pretty face. But don't get me wrong...his face isn't bad. Neither is his chest, his voice...and don't even get me started on his shoulders. Everett is a true renaissance man - a pianist, actor of stage and screen, and writer. You can see him currently in the adaptation of oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband

Born in 1959 (making him 40 for those of you too lazy to do the math)in Norfolk, England, the 6'4" Everett was a model before becoming an actor. In addition to the roles mentioned above, he also starred in Cemetary man, a strange Italian piece requiring full backside nudity and gratuitous leaf raking, and A Midsummer Night's Dream, in which he played Oberon...topless. Are you seeing the trend here? Everett has also written three ovels: "Hello Darling, Are You Working?", "The Hairdresser of St. Tropez", and "Guilt Without Sex: A Jewish Bestseller"; He also writes occasionally for Vanity Fair.

He makes me almost want to give up my dream of becoming Mrs. Jean Claude Van Damme. (If you're not totally sure I'm joking, go to my page of random bullshit. I'll explain everything.) So Rupert gets a 9 on the Frigidwitch scale of sexiness