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Keywords: No Nudity, White, Blond Hair

Birthplace: West Chester, Pennsylvania, US

Date of Birth: 12/17/90

Top Graham Rogers Scenes

Ray Donovan (2013-2020) Sexy, shirtless, underwear, bulge
Careful What You Wish For (2015) Sexy, bathing suit, sexy, shirtless 00:25:20 Whats going on here? Nothing. Just Nick and Graham lounging by the lake in their bathing suits. (1 min)
Quantico (2015-2018) Sexy, shirtless Ep. 01x01 | 00:19:15 Graham Rogers casually goes about his business while breaking hearts by wearing only a white towel. (16 secs)
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Everywhere Graham Rogers appears, so to do his abs. And his sex lines (hey, if GQ and Cosmo can call them that, so can Mr. Man). Okay, maybe not everywhere, but enough places to earn a solid place here on Skin Central. He has a super-long torso, which means just about every pair of boxers, sweatpants, and swim trunks naturally hang low, low, low, and you get an awesome expanse of multiple abs. Case in point: various episodes of the Showtime series Ray Donovan, where Graham played Smitty from 2017-2020, and in Ray Donovan: The Movie (2022). In season seven of the show, episode 4, he stripped down and perked us right up. Further evidence can be found in primetime series Quantico, with our hottie playing Caleb Haas from 2015-2017. A little less ripped but no less cute, you can see a softer-angled Graham as Evan in the Netflix series Atypical from 2017-2021. On the big screen, you can count his muscles as he hangs poolside as Al Jardine in Love & Mercy, or when he chills lakeside with Nick Jonas in Careful What You Wish For (2015). (Hey, if you hired Graham, you’d make sure he was always something-side and shirtless.) Elsewhere, seek out Graham as Danny Matheson in Revolution from 2012-2013, Tyler in the mini-series Resident Advisors (2015), David in SMILF in 2017, and Jude in The Kominsky Method from 2018-2021, where he was part of the Screen Actors Guide Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series. Funny and hot—one of Mr. Man’s favorite combos!