Sunday, January 30, 2011

Eye Candy 1/30

Female Hottie: Jennifer Tilly

This week's female hottie may best be know for her unmistakable voice than anything else. You can hear her occasionally as Bonnie Swanson on Family Guy. This buxom beauty has also been in numerous films including Bound, Moving Violations, Liar, Liar, Bride of Chucky, just to name a few. Currently, she is a member of the World Series of Poker Circuit (she is a past winner, btw), as well as continuing with her acting career.

Male Hottie: Gene Kelly

I don't think this guy really needs any introduction. Gene Kelly is known as one of the best dancers to ever grace the silver screen. You can argue all day who is better, him or Fred Astaire. Kelly's film credits include Singin' in the Rain, Anchors Aweigh, DuBarry Was a Lady, Ziegfeld Follies, Cover Girl, Brigadoon, Xanadu, just to name a few. Yeah, this is a retro pick, but the classics never age.

Random Hottie from a movie or TV show seen this week: Nina Siemaszko

Our random hottie comes to us from the movie Airheads. Nina Siemaszko (seriously needs to get a new last name) can also be seen in various TV appearances and on the big screen in movies like License to Drive and One More Saturday Night. Maybe her career will take off and we'll see more of her. Am I the only one that thinks she resembles Lucy from 7th Heaven?

MILF: Natasha Henstridge

Remember the movie Species? Well, this week's MILF, is the uber hot alien from that film. Natasha Henstridge hasn't exactly been lighting the world on fire since then, but she has been steady working in movies and TV such as The Whole Nine Yards, Species II, Eli Stone, Drop Dead Diva, Species III, etc. She is now the mother to two (very lucky) boys.

Classic/Retro Hottie: Maureen O'Hara

Maureen O'Hara is about as well known for her red hair as Lucille Ball was. O'Hara's career mainly was in westerns and swashbuckling films. Some of her highlights were Miracle on 34th Street, The Black Swan, The Redhead from Wyoming, Buffalo Bill, McLintock!, Rio Grande, Lady Godiva of Coventry, The Quiet Man, Big Jake, and the list goes on. Although retired from the industry, at 90 years young, she is still alive and kicking.


Mike Golch said...

great selection

Lin said...

I love Gene Kelly! I like how he's a man's man and can dance--not like that wimpy Fred Astaire. Thanks for putting Gene on the list this week!

Mystery Man said...

Mike - thanks

Lin - nothing against Astaire, but I happen to think Kelly was the better entertainer. of course, you couldn't go wrong with either of them. I believe, though, that Kelly brought in more