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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Blond Hair

Nude Roles: 2

Birthplace: Westminster, ENG

Date of Birth: 10/26/62

Real Name: Ivan Simon Cary Elwes

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The Crush (1993) Nude, butt, shirtless 00:13:18 Fair-haired hunk Cary Elwes shaves before Alicia takes a peek at his cheeks! (42 secs)
Lady Jane (1986) Nude, balls, butt, shirtless 01:19:20 Cary sits nude on a bed with a woman, but is spooked and hopes off the bed, giving us a glimpse of his derriere and dangling sac! (10 secs)
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British babe Cary Elwes was born Ivan Simon Cary Elwes but removed the first part of his name while pursuing fame. We’re all for getting rid of things — especially when it comes to the Englishman’s clothes! Elwes made his acting debut in Another Country (1984) before making his nude debut in the historical flick Lady Jane (1986) starring Helena Bonham Carter. We especially liked when the skintastic actor exposed his abs, ass and dangling sack in bed! Next came Rob Reiner’s romantic fantasy The Princess Bride (1987) featuring Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, André the Giant, Christopher Guest, and Cary’s sexy presence! The handsome performer proceeded to reveal his… range in the Oscar-winning drama Glory (1989) and movie parodies including Hot Shots! (1991) and Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993) directed by Mel Brooks. But Mr. Elwes really thrilled fans (as well as Mr. Man) when he displayed his naked T&A in the thriller The Crush (1993). Throughout his career, the hardworking hottie has sizzled on film (Twister, Liar Liar, Days of Thunder, Ella Enchanted); on stage (The Exonerated); on audiobook (The Jester); on video games (The Bard's Tale, Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two); and on TV (Seinfeld, Psych, Life in Pieces). Elwes also popped up in the horror genre with Francis Ford Coppola’s adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), Shadow of the Vampire (2003), and the original Saw (2004) wherein Cary’s character must cut off his own foot. At least it wasn’t a more essential body part!