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Birthplace: London, ENG

Date of Birth: 09/09/60

Real Name: Hugh John Mungo Grant

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Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) Nude, butt, shirtless, straight, body double 01:17:12 Hugh Grant bones a lucky broad on the carpet, giving the word "shag" a whole new meaning! (24 secs)
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) Sexy, sexy, shirtless Hugh Grant walks around shirtless behind the scenes during Bridget Jones's Diary! (15 secs)
Notting Hill (1999) Sexy, sexy, shirtless 00:50:23 Soaking wet heartthrob Hugh Grant makes us throb as he hurries around his flat while wearing only a towel around his waist! (23 secs)
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If charismatic chap Hugh Grant grants our request to strip on screen, we’ll be very relieved indeed! After all, what’s the point of costume pics (Sense and Sensibility, Impromptu, Remando al viento, Restoration) if the Golden Globe and BAFTA winner insists on wearing costumes? Fortunately, Grant gave a topless turn in Ken Russell’s horror flick The Lair of the White Worm (1988). But when nudity surrounds him in Bitter Moon (1992) and Sirens (1994), the Oxford grad remains a proper Englishman. Before singing and dancing on film (About a Boy, Love Actually, Paddington 2), Hugh became a household name for stammering Richard Curtis’s lines in Four Weddings and a Funeral (1995). The same can be said of his shirtless role in Notting Hill (1999). But Grant went against type when he played a smooth-talking cad in Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004). While seducing Renée Zellweger (and audiences everywhere), the GQ cover boy flashes his abs and his (body double’s) ass! Thanks to Stephen Frears, Grant reveals his chest in Florence Foster Jenkins (2016) and same-sex preferences in A Very English Scandal (2018). Yet whether in Guy Ritchie’s action flicks (The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Gentlemen), James Ivory’s period pieces (Maurice, The Remains of the Day), or Marc Lawrence’s rom-coms (Two Weeks Notice, Music and Lyrics, Did You Hear About the Morgans?, The Rewrite), Hugh proves he’s dashing while dressed. Still, we’re just a website standing in front of a boy, asking him to get naked.