The Heaven sent Ido Drent is a hunk from South Africa that, oddly enough, has the proverbial All-American good looks. Ido-n't know how that happened, either. Originally from Pretoria, he and his family moved to New Zealand when Ido was a kid, and Ido excelled as a tennis player during his school days. We'd love to bat his balls back and forth! It took Ido a while to realize he was going to be an actor. After studying business, he took to modeling first, before realizing he wanted to be an actor instead, and studying the craft at a few acting schools. Ido was so sexy, that rather than get stuck doing one offs of TV shows or a bunch of short films, in just his first acting gig Ido landed a recurring role as Daniel Potts onNew Zealand's hospital set soap opera Shortland Street. But Ido first put a new sensation in our pants when he played Jon Farriss, the drummer we wanted to kiss, from the hit Australina band INXS in Never Tear Us Apart: The Untold Story of INXS (2014). INXS gives us an ass lineup in one episode of that miniseries, mooning the crowd during one of their shows and letting us decide which band member's booty we'd like to ride. Our pick was Ido's since the buns of Mr. Drent had us pitching a major tent! Ido has been incredibly successful on the small screen over the years, playing real life Kiwi soldier Charles Smith in the World War One miniseries We Go to War, Brad the hiker on the horror comedy Ash vs Evil Dead, and Lawrence Pethbridge on the Melbourne set dramedy about a thirty something obstetrician, Offspring. But we really wanted him to take it off and get us sprung, when he played the legendary sex addict Caligula on Netflix's documentary series Roman Empire. For as much as they talk about all the sex he had, we only get images of Caligula without a shirt on surrounded by gorgeous topless women. Don't get us wrong, his abs and shoulders are amazing, but we wanted to see some truly sinful stuff! After a long run as D.S. Justin Harding on the murder mystery The Gulf, most recently Ido showed up on an episode of the Lucy Lawless led private investigator show My Life is Murder. Makes sense. Ido Drent has a killer body!