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Keywords: Great Nudity!, White, Bald Hair

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Birthplace: Bury St Edmunds, England, GB

Date of Birth: 10/26/42

Real Name: Robert William Hoskins

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Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) Nude, butt, penis, sexy, shirtless, balls 00:41:04 Will and Bob are full frontal on and off the stage. This is my kind of production! (16 secs)
Pennies from Heaven (1978) Nude, butt, penis, shirtless, underwear Ep. 01x03 Brief peen from Bob as he dresses for bed. That's a penis from heaven! (53 secs)
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Beloved Bob Hoskins was a truck driver, porter, plumber, and window cleaner before he entered show business. Although most Americans know him as the funny guy from Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), Bob nabbed dramatic roles, such as his Golden Globe and BAFTA-winning turn in the thriller Mona Lisa (1986). Granted, Mr. Man found a statuette in his pants when Hoskins made his nude debut in the crime flick The Long Good Friday (1980). Watching the burly bloke suds up his hairy chest and arms in the shower is arousing enough to make you reach for a towel! Luckily, we could also see Bob’s priceless parts in the six-part series Pennies from Heaven (1981). In addition to showcasing his musical skills, the show lets us peak at Bob’s fury physique, including views of his bare bum as well as a flash of little Roger Rabbit! Through the years, the quirky leading man amused fans in Mermaids (1990) and Super Mario Bros. (1993). Yet he’s also known for playing supporting roles in Brazil (1985), Hook (1991), Nixon (1995), and Enemy at the Gates (2001). Husky Hoskins really delivered the goods when he went full frontal in Mrs. Henderson Presents (2005). Check out his three Bs: Bush and Big Balls! After retiring in 2012, the Englishman passed away in 2014. But he leaves behind memorable performances on stage (Pygmalion, The Iceman Cometh), on film (Vanity Fair, Snow White and the Huntsman), and on TV (On the Move, David Copperfield, The Street). Farewell Mr.HoSKINs.