Monday, May 4, 2015
Manly Mammary Moment Of The Week:
Alexandros Kiriakis (Xander)
Days Of Our Lives
May 1st, 2015
This past February I posted about actor Paul Telfer's arrival in Salem. (Who Dat?) I haven't watch much of the show since, but was inspired to DVR Friday's episode after seeing some shirtless previews. Soap Opera's have always known how to use a shirtless scene, but Paul Telfer's has got to be one of the hottest!
In my February post, Telfer was playing Mr. Damon, but the show, wisely sensing Telfer's pecs appeal, gave him a new character, this one a family member who they can use beyond just being one of Victor's henchman. I could watch Paul Telfer shirtless all day. (I must schedule such a day...) Besides that incredible torso, Telfer also has a swagger, and can act, which just completes the already full package. The show, (until the finally recast Will) is still not watchable enough for me, but Telfer will has me aching for a future return.
Although I cannot bring myself to watch a minute of 2 Broke Girls, I can bring myself to admire it's newest cast member. Even without having to sit through the horrid dialogue, actor Austin Falk (Nash) can be appreciated visually in clips with the sound off. With Two and a Half Men now history, I guess, there might be an audience for viewers who like lame, not to mention endless, penis jokes, but the producers were smart to hedge their bets with the hiring of the delicious Mr. Falk.
Austin has an incredible body yes, but it is that face and smile that had sites and blogs in a tizzy since his debut. Austin got his start in Devilish Charm, from who else, director David DeCoteau. Although not a huge fan of his films, David certainly has an eye for beauty and young talent so I think Devilish Charm requires a bit more research.
'It can get pretty lonely out on the prairie. Wouldn't you love a sexy cowpoke like Pete Jazwinski to ride to the rescue and keep you company? We thought so!'
Back in the Saddle
Playgirl, September 1993
Photographed by Intensity Studio
Not sure what Pete Jazwinski is up to these days, but back in 1993, when he dropped his jeans and chaps to pose for Playgirl, he was living and working in Hollywood. Pete was looking to make it as an actor and writer and was working as close as he could to his dream job, acting as a tour guide at Universal Studios. As a writer, Pete did have a couple of his plays produced in local Theatres and as an actor, he had small roles in The Mask and Nadir.