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TV male eye candy (Isabelle's top three)

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Nov 13th 2007 10:00AM
David BoreanazThe three guys who are my picks for the hottest guys on television today. It was not easy to pick only three amongst all the eye candy offered by TV series today; I could have included men like Josh Holloway, Milo Ventimiglia, Jerry O'Connell, Kiefer Sutherland, Eric Dane, Josh Duhamel, Michael Rosenbaum, and Michael Vartan, just to name a few. I eventually narrowed my list to three leading men. Two are in their forties and on ABC's payroll, while the other is in his late 30s and on FOX.

For those who want to make investigating sexy...

David Boreanaz (Agent Seeley Booth from Bones)

Even if Boreanaz started acting in the early 90s, TV fans really started to notice him when he joined Buffy. He made being a vampire look cool and sexy (especially when he was shirtless!). Boreanaz then got his own spin off and showed us that he can also be a capable leading man. I must admit that I had a crush on Angel (and Boreanaz back then) but it's when he got the role of Seeley Booth on Bones that Boreanaz got an official spot on my TV male eye candy list.

As Special Agent Booth, Boreanaz not only continues to make our TV screen look better but his contagious smile, his witty remarks and on-screen chemistry with co-star Emily Deschanel, just make him manlier and yummier! Of course, those colorful socks he wears with his FBI-type suit are the cherry on top of the sundae.




Patrick DempseyFor those who like to McDream...

Patrick Dempsey (Derek Shepherd from Grey's Anatomy)

Even if Dempsey is about 10 years older than I am, I feel like I grew up with him. I watched him play awkward geeky kids and teens in various movies to being a skillful surgeon on ABC's hit show Grey's Anatomy. He showed that he was more than just a good looking guy when he starred in Once and Again, performance that got him an Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series." His dimples, pearly-white friendly smile and just plain good looks, make our Thursday nights a little bit more beautiful and make us dream a little McDream...




Matthew FoxFor those who are looking for someone to be stuck on an island with...

Matthew Fox (Jack Shephard on Lost)

Matthew Fox was put on the map by his role on the series Party of Five. Already back then, he could have been considered as eye candy thanks to his charming good looks and intense stare. Foxy, as he is nicknamed, made People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People in the World" in 1996, a totally deserved title.

This great actor shows his manliness, leadership and muscles (highlighted by mysterious tattoos) in each episode of ABC's series Lost. I wouldn't mind behind stuck on an island with him but maybe not the Lost island!

Gallery: Matthew Fox

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janus1854

So now...when will some one do the list of guys over the age of 40.

November 24 2007 at 8:06 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
nattyff

jensen ackles it's the ultimate eyed candy!! but boreanaz its not far behind... LOL

November 14 2007 at 1:35 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Rose

Where are Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki from the CW's Supernatural on this list??? I don't watch any of the above three shows, but I NEVER miss Supernatural, and those two are not only eye candy, they're incredible actors who aren't recognized anywhere near as much as they deserve to be.

November 14 2007 at 11:21 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
rosanne

Sorry cannot see the appeal at all. I would only have one person that is Michael Vartan. If you are only talking about eye candy well then he has it all in his unusual combination of good looks which make him drool worthy. But it goes way beyound this. Its his dreamy voice, his great personality (he is extremely down to earth, a nice guy and a has a quick wit), his versatility in the roles he takes as an actor and his talent not only is he a great actor (the only one who I know that can say so much with very little words), can play an instrument and speaks French, not to mention that he is really endearing in his crazy love of sport and his dog.

November 14 2007 at 4:43 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Isabelle Carreau

rebecca: I didn't put them in order, which is why they are not numbered. I don't think I could put them in order!

November 13 2007 at 7:10 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
rebecca

i couldnt agree with you more...except i would put dempsy first the david and then fox.. but yummm!

November 13 2007 at 6:44 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Tanya Palta

I agree with all 3 and these 3 def would have been my pick too!

November 13 2007 at 3:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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