Let's list anyone over the age of 50. List em. Don't feel shy to include some unconventional ones. ( Yes, we all know who George Clooney is.)
I've recently become enamored with David Strathairn. He has a geeky appeal.
None of the photos are showing for me. Is there a setting I need to check or something?
Tim Daly, Eric Lutes and Doug Davidson. Soooo sexy!!!
Chris Isaak can still fuck me six ways from sideways.
Good grief, Tony Almeida turned 50? He still looks great.
My favorite piece of trivia about Carlos is that Bernard is his middle name, and his real last name is a Polish name. His father or his father's family was from Poland. I wonder if he has a big Polish sausage?
Men who rule this thread: Jeff Bridges, Dennis Farina....and the best of all, TOM SELLECK! He's as hot now as he ever was, and in my opinion, really became quite hot only after 50. Hey, I like prime beef aged to perfection.;)
Are there any gay pornstars over 50 still working that aren't tatooed/pierced steroid bloated fetish freaks?
This will be a short thread.
Elias Koteas owns this thread, he is 51 years old and positively bulging with rugged Grecian masculinity.
Sid McGinnis and Will Lee, the guitarists on David Letterman are still hot imo.
[quote]David Duchovny is 51 and still better looking than most 20 year olds
In what world does he look better than anyone.
Surprised no one has mentioned James Brolin. He's one of my favorites.
Too bad Robert Redford has aged so terribly. He was absolutely gorgeous as a younger man. What the hell happened?
IS Sam Shepard still hot? I always thought he was a gorgeous older man. He had the sexiest voice which is a total turn on. I haven't seen a picture of him in a few years so I don't know whether he has gotten "too" old. He has to be late 60's by now.
I don't imagine anything "happened" to Robert Redford, other than he turned 76 in August. He is still a very engaging man.
Miguel Ferrer - I like his magnetism.
He's 76 R60.
Of course, losing the ginger wig would help.
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Football coach Jose Mourinho (just turned 50 this year)
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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