Who Was The Biggest Heartthrob The Year You Were Born?


Who was the biggest heartthrob the year you were born? We’ve been yearning for these attractive men for six decades now. These are the sexiest men throughout the years. Who is the hottest man from the year YOU were born? Do you agree? We’ll just be over here… swooning.

1940: Clark Gable

Just a year prior, dreamy actor Clark Gable starred in his role of a lifetime as Rhett Butler in Gone with the Wind. He would continue to be an idol for the next two decades.

1941: Cary Grant

Cary Grant was a charming actor and one of Hollywood’s biggest leading men for several decades.

1942: Humphrey Bogart

Actor Humphrey Bogart was a desired leading man and cultural icon throughout the ’40s.

1943: Errol Flynn

What would this list be without the romantic swashbuckler actor Errol Flynn?

1944: Bing Crosby

Bing Crosby wasn’t just a standards singer throughout the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s — in 1944 he won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as a priest in Going My Way.

1945: Gene Kelly

Only one male actor was capable of bringing the art of dancing to the big screen, and that actor was definitely Gene Kelly.

1946: Gregory Peck

Gregory Peck first rose to fame in 1946 after he starred in The Yearling.
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1947: Nat King Cole

The handsome Nat King Cole was an actor and a jazz singer with an unforgettable baritone voice.
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1948: Jimmy Stewart

Jimmy Stewart wasn’t just an actor, but he also had a noted military career during World War II. What a guy!
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1949: Montgomery Clift

Actor Montgomery Clift was one of the original method actors in Hollywood and was at the peak of his fame in the late ’40s and early ’50s.

1950: William Holden

William Holden’s acting career took off in 1950 when he was cast in Sunset Boulevard.

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