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Keywords: No Nudity, White, Brown Hair, Childhood Star

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, US

Date of Birth: 07/09/76

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Coming in at number 27 on Vh1's ranking of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars" the drop dread gorgeous Fred Savage is living proof that an actor’s star never has to burn out. Originally from the Chicago area, the handsome, dark haired star hit Hollywood at an early age with roles in shows like Crime Story and the 80's reboot of The Twilight Zone, Fred hit it big as the Chicago Bears loving grandson Peter Falk reads to in The Princess Bride (1987). Prime time viewers fell in love with Fred one year later, when he landed the role of adorable boy next door Kevin Arnold on the award winning drama series The Wonder Years. The huge hit show made Fred a star, as he was both the youngest Emmy nominee ever and got to play Brian in Little Monsters (1989) and Corey Woods in The Wizard (1989). When The Wonder Years ended in 1993, Fred's career hit a bit of a skid. After joining his brother Ben Savage on an episode of Ben's big hit Boy Meets World, Fred’s next hit was on the semi-successful sitcom Working, where viewers got to see a more mature and grown up side of the good-looking actor. While he had a very memorable scene as "the mole" in Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), it was in the 2002 flick The Rules of Attraction where Fred shows his sweet bulge in a pair of really tight briefs, while he shoots up and pontificates about time. Dust off your Nintendo Powerglove and practice some self love to that cock outline! In the wild film based on a Bret Easton Ellis novel, Fred recites the sexy line, “I can feel my dick.” God knows we’d love to do the same, dude! In fact, we'd ravage that Savage! Fred's done some TV work in front of the screen like playing Rob Lowe's lawyer brother on The Grinder, gay literary agent Max Adler on Friends From College and the murderous screenwriter Vaughn on The Afterparty, Fred's mostly found success behind the camera. From Hannah Montana to Wizards of Waverly Place, there hasn't been a hit kid show Fred hasn't directed an episode of. But he's done tons of adult stuff, too, like directing eighteen episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, nine of Party Down, twenty-one of 2 Broke Girls and eight of The Wonder Years reboot. Wish he'd get back in front of the camera and take his clothes off. All these years later, we still wonder what Fred looks like with his clothes off!