Like a California Redwood, San Mateo native Barry Bostwick stands tall! At 6’4”, the statuesque stud towers over the big and small screens. Back in the 1960s, he attended San Diego’s United States International University and NYU’s Graduate Acting Program. The versatile grad then joined the pop group The Klowns. But he quit clowning around to pursue acting seriously. The sexy thespian originated the role of Danny Zuko in the stage production of Grease (1972) which resulted in a Tony nomination. Later, Bostwick won for The Robber Bridegroom (1977). In between, he starred in the R-rated flick The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). The campy musical features Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Meat Loaf, and Barry’s bulging briefs! If that’s not hot enough, the hottie flashes his abs! That is, when he’s not donning a corset, fishnets, and high heels. No wonder the movie became a cult classic! Bostwick went on to portray George Washington in the miniseries George Washington (1984) and the TV movie George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (1986). By 1989, he picked up a Golden Globe for his part in the miniseries War and Remembrance (1988). Barry exposed his… sense of humor on the sitcoms Spin City (1996-2002), Cougar Town (2010-2012), and Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (2016-2018). Better yet, he bared his chest and pixilated butt on CMT’s Still the King (2016-2017). Monarchs aside, Barry played Franklin D. Roosevelt in the comedy FDR: American Badass! (2012). This explains why Mr. Man is saluting him in his pants!