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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Red Hair

Nude Roles: 1

Birthplace: Wilmington, Delaware, US

Date of Birth: 05/21/57

Real Name: Edward Ernest Reinhold Jr.

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Roadhouse 66 (1985) Nude (Willem Dafoe) , butt, sexy, shirtless, straight 01:01:54 Willem shows butt during a guitar-heavy, late-night dip. A shirtless Judge rules during an automobile banging. (2 mins 6 secs)
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) Sexy, shirtless, underwear 01:00:35 Judge Reinhold knows that the missing ingredient in the kitchen is always some man meat! The actor changes out of his nautical garb in the storage room. (45 secs)
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Learn it. Know It. Live It. One of Mr. Man’s most favorite mottos, it comes from Judge Reinhold, who spouted the knowledge to Sean Penn in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982). Though he was talking about the “no shirt, no shoes, no service” rule, Judge himself went without clothes in the famous flick, his character Brad Hamilton stripping down to his skivvies in the kitchen. Also of note in this flick: he masturbates while picturing Phoebe Cates removing her red bikini top. So there’s that, too. While his Fast Times role was undoubtedly one of his most famous, Judge has a lot of other gigs you’ll recognize him from. He was Elmo in Stripes (1981); appeared in a Pat Benatar video (“Shadows of the Night” in 1982); played Gerald Hopkins in Gremlins (1984); was cute and bumbly as Detective Billy Rosewood in Beverly Hills Cop (1984), Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), Beverly Hills Cop III (1994), and the TV movie version in 2013; bared his butt as Thierry Martin in Zandalee (1991), and played Neil in a whole bunch of The Santa Clause movies. Judge has also done a lot of pop-ups on TV series, including stints on Magnum, P.I. (the original); Lonesome Dove: the SeriesEllen; and Arrested Development, along with a regular gig as Harry O’Keefe in The O’Keefes in 2003. He also earned himself a Primetime Emmy nomination for playing Aaron in the 1989 episode of Seinfeld titled “The Raincoats.” Somehow, it always leads back to apparel with Judge.