Name: Michael McMillian
Birth date/place: October 21, 1978 in Olathe, KS
Michael McMillian’s two most notable roles have been in the show What I Like About you and guest appearances on True Blood. Unfortunatelhy he hasn’t gotten the recognition that he deserves by his audience. We are hoping now that he got shirtless on a recenet episode of 2 Broke Girls, it will help. I mean, holy heck, check out that bod!
If you are an avid TV fan you will recognize Naked James Frain as Thomas Cromwell from the show The Tudors. He also played a vampire, Franklin Mott, on the show True Blood. You can currently catch Frain on the show The Cape as Peter Fleming/Chess. Also, watch for him in the new film, Transit, coming out in 2012.
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Name: Marshall Allman
Born as: Marshall Scot Allman
Birth date/place: April 5, 1984 in Austin, TX
After appearances on single episodes of several television series Shirtless Marshall Allman landed the role he is best known for; L. J. Burrows on Prison Break. The show ran from 2005-2009. He currently plays Tommy Mickens on the vampire fantasy series True Blood.
Check out the bubble butt on Nude Ryan Kwanten. He could hardly wait to get naked and only took one sock off! The scene is taken from the series True Blood where there is a lot of Nudity. It makes tuning in real easy.
Name: Jim Parrack
Birth date/place: February 8, 1981 in Allen TX
Shirtless Jim Parrack has been a member of the cast of True Blood since 2008. He plays “Hoyt Fortenberry”. He previously made guest appearances on several TV shows such as Monk, ER, Grey’s Anatomy and Criminal Minds.
Name: Alexander Skarsgard
Born As: Alexander Johan Hjalmar Skarsgard
Birth date/place: August 25, 1976 in Stockholm, Sweden
Trivia: Was voted the sexiest man in Sweden five times
Naked Alexander Skarsgard starred as “Sgt. Brad ‘Iceman’ Colbert in the war series Generation Kill and as “Jacl” in the film 13. Skarsgard currently portrays “Eric Northman” in True Blood.
Name: Nelsan Ellis
Birth date/place: 1978 in Harvey IL
Claim to Fame: As “Lafayette Reynolds” in True Blood
Neslan Ellis’ theatrical career started when he attended Julliard and wrote a semi-autobiographical play called Ugly. The play was performed at Julliard and won the Lincoln Center’s Martin E. Segal Award.
After guest roles in several television series and as a recurring character on the short-lived series The Inside Nelsan Ellis was cast as “Lafayette Reynolds”, a flamboyant gay cook at Merlotte’s Bar, in the HBO hit series True Blood.