Texas two-stepper Mac Davis made a name for himself by writing songs for Elvis Presley, most notably the fantastic hit singles “In the Ghetto” and “A Little Less Conversation”. He went from writing for the King to pursue his own career in country music, and shortly after he signed to a record label in 1970, he hit the charts with the song “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me”. With all his success in the music business, Mac wanted to explore the world of acting, which seems to be the move, even with music stars from the past. The Lone Star stud made quite the acting debut, portraying a hunky football player in the gridiron-based flick North Dallas Forty (1979). Thankfully, the curly-haired hunk showed us his underwear-clad body and his butt in two amazing locker room scenes. Though he went on to score small roles on the boob tube and big screen alike, he unfortunately kept his clothes on in them, forever frustrating his fans. But thanks to Mr. Man, you can relive his nude debut over and over again!