Mr. Man’s pants go north whenever Jeremy Northam comes… into view. Since training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, the Cambridge cutie conquered the stage (Hamlet); movies (Amistad, Enigma, The Net); television (The Singing Detective, A Fatal Inversion); and audio books (The Silver Chair, The Aspern Papers). After flashing his abs in Carrington (1995), the sexy thespian covered up in the British period pieces Emma (1996), The Winslow Boy (1999), An Ideal Husband (1999), and Gosford Park (2001). Alas, these costumed productions would have been better had Northam doffed his duds. Luckily, he did just that for a couple of contemporary-set films. In The Tribe (1997), Jeremy enjoys a ménage à cuddle with Anna Friel and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. The skintastic act showcases Northam’s naked PB&J (pecs, butt and Johnson). If that’s not erotic enough, Jeremy shows off his sense of humor as well as his flesh in the romantic comedy The Misadventures of Margaret (1998). The French flick features Parker Posey, Elizabeth McGovern, Corbin Bernsen, and Northam’s hairy body. As the topless hottie climbs into bed, he drops his drawers to reveal his caboose, cock and balls! Next came the Sharon Stone thriller Gloria (1999) wherein Northam thrills fans with shots of his skivvies and naked T&A. Since then, the arousing Englishman has played singer Dean Martin in the TV movie Martin and Lewis (2002) and golfer Walter Hagen in Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius (2004). But when it comes to seeing Jeremy’s flesh, it’s more like Stroke of Penis!