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Keywords: No Nudity, White, Black Hair

Birthplace: Englewood, New Jersey, US

Date of Birth: 02/18/54

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Saturday Night Fever (1977) Sexy, bulge, shirtless, underwear 00:25:41 John wakes up and adjusts his junk in his briefs. I'd love to smell his hand. (1 min 5 secs)
Perfect (1985) Sexy, bulge, sexy 00:41:40 John Travolta wriggles and writhes to some 1980's tunes with an impressive bulge coming out of his tiny little shorts. What a day to be alive! (51 secs)
Moment by Moment (1978) Sexy, sexy, shirtless, straight 00:01:00 John looks sexy and hairy, wearing nothing but a tight pair of jockey shorts. (3 mins 13 secs)
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From ’70s heartthrob to ’90s comeback king, John Travolta is the sexiest Scientologist this side of Tom Cruise! Whether acting (Primary Colors), singing and dancing (Hairspray) or flying planes, the Face/Off (1997) star can do it all, except pronounce Idina Menzel’s name. Before scoring an Emmy nomination for portraying Robert Shapiro in American Crime Story (2016), John first tasted fickle fame when he was cast as sweathog extraordinaire Vinnie Barbarino on the sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter (1975-1979). In between seasons, the up-and-comer appeared in Brian De Palma’s chiller diller Carrie (1976). But J.T.’s breakthrough role was as Tony Manero in the epochal disco blockbuster Saturday Night Fever (1977). No doubt, his amazing abs and cock-clinging briefs helped him nab a Best Actor Oscar nod! By 1978, John’s star (and fans’ pants) continued to rise when he played Danny Zuko in the box-office smash Grease. The big screen adaptation of the Broadway musical features Olivia Newton-John, Frankie Avalon, and Travolta’s bulging shorts. Bring some of that grease over here! Shirtless turns in the hit Urban Cowboy (1980) and the miss Moment by Moment (1978) followed. Although John jiggled in micro-shorts while doing aerobics in Perfect (1985), film offers were drying up. But Travolta bounced back with the Look Who’s Talking trilogy (1989-1993). He then hit a career high with his Oscar-nominated turn in Quentin Tarantino’s genre-defying flick Pulp Fiction (1994). Next came the comedies Get Shorty (1995) and Michael (1996). As the latter’s archangel, John flaunts his wings, boxers, and hairy chest. Heavenly!