Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Knock Knock? Doug Jeffery in The Other Man

In my quest to find the hottest hunks from both today, and yesterday, I often find myself researching actors who spent some time in 90's soft core. The 90's really were the height for the film genre and the height of male skin 'R' rated mostly straight to video movie releases. I recently found myself watching 1994's The Other Man (Sexual Malice). Like many films from the genre, there were a couple of 'B' stars, in this case Edward Albert and Chad McQueen, but those names were mostly for the credits.

The real hottness in The Other Man comes from the incredibly hot Doug Jeffery. I love the scene I capped below with Doug (Quinn) answering the door completely naked. We often see men arriving home to be greeted by a scantly clad woman, but a hot naked hunk on the other side of the door is a little more rare. Doug just oozes sexual energy, not to mention that body, and his butt which is to die for. I know he has done a few other similar nude scenes in other films from the 90's, so if I find any others, I will be sure to share.

Doug is described as an entrepreneur and self-made business man who has weaved in and out of acting and business ventures his entire life. In his twenties, Doug toured as the official host for Chippendale's, moving to LA after to pursue an acting career. Doug was busy appearing in film for most of the 90's, then moved on to other pursuits until 2015, when he dipped his toe back into the acting world.

'Eternally the entrepreneur, Doug's vision can be seen in his new project, Hollywood & Wine. With partner, Emmy Award Winning, Valerio Ventura, Doug's new boutique wine label is a hit with those looking for an inexpensive, distinct, full-flavored wine that delivers a presence worthy of the red carpet. Of course, Doug had to take it to another level, so he decided to create a wine portfolio unlike any other: to make a collection that would reflect what Hollywood is all about and to include in his vision the film genres and glamour of the most famous city in the world.'

If you want to see more of the scene, you can download it on SendSpace HERE:

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