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Keywords: Great Nudity!, White, Brown Hair

Nude Roles: 1

Birthplace: Nelson, NZ

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Drown (2015) Sexy, gay, shirtless 00:16:40 Matt Levett and Sam Anderson don't share the goodies while going to pound town, but we do get some peeks at their fine ass physiques. (38 secs)
Drown (2015) Sexy, gay, shirtless 00:29:09 Jack Matthews and Sam Anderson swap spit while having a gay ol' time in the sac. (54 secs)
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Not to be mistaken for the famous rugby player of the same name, this Jack Matthews nonetheless has a competitive streak when it comes to being the hottest and nudest guy in a scene. The New Zealand native made his official foray into the world of scripts and camera when he portrayed an ANZAC soldier in the Australian short film Pathos: Movie Extra Tropfest in 2011. And like any good actor on that continent, he did his required pop-up stint on the long-running and popular series Neighbours, appearing as the character Josh Gould in a 2012 episode. Though sporadic in booking gigs, Jack persisted, and was rewarded with his first official feature film credit, playing Damon Dundas in Australia’s inspirational drama, 1500 Steps (2014). He catapulted himself onto Mr. Man’s radar with his next project, the lauded independent film, Drown (2015). The movie garnered six wins and three nominations at FilmOut San Diego, with Jack in the role of Phil. All the main characters are lifeguards, and wear teeny tiny nut-hugging mankini brief swimsuits, so there’s plenty to ogle. And then we get to see Jack completely naked. He’s being bullied, but if you can ignore the context and just focus on the scenery, you’ll get more than an eyeful of his ass. And eventually, a lovely sideshot of his impressive cock as it stubbornly bobs and weaves with pride and defiance. There’s also some fingers in the ass, but Mr. Man does not condone bullying, even if in theory, the resulting action is a little hot. And suddenly, that last line of Eliot’s poem has a new meaning. (What? Mr. Man reads!)