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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Brown Hair

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Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, US

Date of Birth: 01/22/75

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Balthazar Getty is about as unique and handsome as his name implies. This hunky Los Angeles-born actor was born to wealth. His father was John Paul Getty III, who was famously kidnapped in Italy only for his stingy, ultra wealthy oilman grandpa to not pay the ransom, until his captors sliced John Paul's ear off and he finally changed his mind. You might know the story from the Mark Wahlberg movie All the Money in the World (2017). The sexy actor we wish gave us a world of moneyshots began his career as a successful childhood actor, earning roles in the hit films Lord of the Flies (1990), Young Guns II (1990), and Where the Day Takes You (1991). Transitioning into adulthood, Balthazar went on to score a small role in Natural Born Killers (1994), starred alongside fellow 90's dreamboats Jeremy Sisto, Scott Wolf and Ryan Phillippe in Ridley Scott's White Squall (1996), and most intriguingly, found himself in the wild world David Lynch conjured up in Lost Highway (1997). That's a typically weird one where Balthazar plays a mechanic named Pete, who takes his girl out to the desert for some private action. At one point in the thriller, Balthazar's ass is on display as he bangs that woman, and after seeing it we'd take a Taser to the balls for a chance to switch places with her. Gotta Getty us a man with buns like those! Balthazar did some small screen work as Nate Greeley on Fox's primetime soap opera Pasadena, male witch Richard Montana on Charmed, and APO agent Thomas Grace on Alias. While Balthazar might have fallen out of the A list recently, he's still a star. You might remember him hooking back up with Lynch as the drug dealer Red in the Twin Peaks reboot, breaking down the wild stories from his days as a young Hollywood star in the documentary Kid 90 (2021), or most recently joining Cary Elwes in the United Artists biopic Why Not Choose Love: A Mary Pickford Manifesto (2022). Somehow, despite nearly a lifetime of film work, he's never gone full frontal. Balthazar Getty, stop being such a ball teaser!