Another unnatural body. Oh well, at least he's not fat and doesn't have one of those ugly tans.
I could have some unnatural fun with that unnatural body.
He looks too roided out. His head is too small for shoulders that broad.
The Voice of the Night
Those abs are Photoshopped as hell.
What's his skin color?
And the movie is good.
He played the Justin role on the UK version of QAF
What happened to the other guys from that show?
The Brian Kinney UK version is on Game of Thrones. He was also the mayor on the Wire.
Dwarfy Randy Harrison ( US Justin) can only dream of this body
BUMP for Charlie Hunnam.
The Brian Kinney UK version gave one of the most laughably bad performances in recent memory as the CIA agent at the beginning of The Dark Knight Rises.
I keep seeing his name and his picture and yet still I ask: Who is this person?
Ugh, I prefer a nice, average body sans roids anyday. This Charlie person could strip naked in front of me and beg me to go to bed with him, and I would reject him.
I find him absolutely gorgeous with the roids, queens. I would assume most people feel as I do or they wouldn't have him use them.
Gayle Harold wishes he had Aidan Gillen's credits.
Are we sure about the steroids? His body looks so natural compared to the bodies of many porn stars, who are quite obviously using steroids pretty heavily.
I didn't even know of Aidan Gillen's credits until I Google'd him after seeing The Dark Knight Rises to see who this distractingly bad actor was (expecting nepotism) only to find that he was a surprisingly prolific European actor.
Gillen is great in The Wire.
There are people on Datalounge who have the magical ability to tell at a glance whether someone is using steroids or not. I say "magical" because they can never explain their reasons, and yet when other people say, "This guy must be using steroids!" they get extremely snippy and self-righteous and furiously insist they have this special ability that apparently cannot be explained.
I think it's like ESP, or precognition.
Gillen's not good with accents, but he is quite talented.
Something about r18's post doesn't ring true. You went to all that trouble to look up an actor you thought was "distractingly bad"? Sounds like a fanboi obsession to me. Not that there is anything wrong with that:)
barf....he looked better a la twink
Has Hunnam learned to act? He was quite effective in QAF, but he was terrible in that soccer hooligan film with Elijah Wood.
Hunnam's IMDB picture is kind of ugly, too. At first I thought he was better without beard and mustache, but now I think he was just hotter when younger. (It's all relative, though; I'm not saying he's not at all attractive.)
Gillen's picture has a kitten on his shoulder and looks like a selfie. Funny.
What about Rob Kazinsky? He was in the movie and he looks more authentic, not raided up. He shot True Blood immediately after filming PR.
The vat of grease he apparently dips himself into daily for his Sons of Anarchy role seems to have made his gross mole get bigger every season.
Gillen's picture is amazing! Thanks R27.
Charlie Hunnam reminds me of Heath Ledger.
I agree, R29. I don't like disturbing moles on people: Edward Snowden, Apolo Ohno, Josh Hartnett.
People weirded out by innocuous moles have issues.
R24, I went through the trouble because I was taken aback at how someone so stilted and amateurish not only got a prominent role in one of the most high-profile movies of the year, but that no one said anything or tried to edit around him.
Aidan Gillen isn't a bad actor. He's awesome on Game of Thrones!
He's also good in a show called Love/Hate with the Spanish-looking guy from Misfits.
He looked awesome in his combat battle suit in Pacific Rim (not the Jaeger - his own combat suit).
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