Lists by rowenna2000
My opinion, that is all, and nothing to do with character or acting ability - or attractiveness. Though some of their photos are atrocious, haha, bad luck guys.
24-02-2015: Added Charles Michael Davis.
16-01-2015: Added Mahesh Jadu.
Under constant edit, as I find new beauties and others change.
22-01-15: Added Vikki Blows, but damn, no image!
16-01-15: Added Lotte Verbeek.
14-01-15: Added Zhu Zhu.
(I'm afraid I have comments disabled, as I cannot answer them.)
There may be spoilers.
There may be spoilers!
EDIT: Refined list
EDIT: Refined list
You may disagree with those accents from countries I'm not familiar with, as in I've never lived there to find out what's real, and I'm sure you're right - but it goes on the list because it's good for me ;)
EDIT: Added Marsha Thomason.
EDIT: Added The West Wing. Removed Friends and Downton Abbey.
EDIT: Added The Mentalist and Lie to Me. Removed Fawlty Towers, CSI, The X Files, Being Human, and Big Bang Theory.
EDIT: j_w_pepper pointed out my mistake with Shirley Eaton which I've now rectified. Also reminded me of Tsai Chin's second Bond appearance. Cheers!
EDIT: Added Samuel L. Jackson and Mark Strong.
EDIT: Added Nichole Hiltz.
EDIT: Added Famke Janssen.
There are celebrities out there, good or bad at their job, who have many people (and in-universe characters) touting their beauty and attraction, and I get confused. Don't get me wrong; I'm not saying these people are ugly, but definitely not the stunners they're made out to be. I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but you can usually tell whether a person might be found truly beautiful or not, and these people... I just don't see it, these are people under normal circumstances you wouldn't look twice at on the street, and it makes me curious. People seem blinded by celebrity, and not just the lighting/make-up.
Something new that has come to light for me is in-universe perception. When you need to have almost every other character state outright that someone is beautiful/stunning, something isn't right.