It’s tough to get tough guy Ray Winstone out of your head. The London knockout had a successful amateur boxing career before leaving the ring to step into acting. He flirted with a BBC secretary to land his first audition, which resulted in the lead role for the play Scum (1977) and its film adaption in 1979. Since then, Ray showed off his full-frontal nudity in the R-rated flick Quadrophenia (1979). Next came the cult classic Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains (1981) which made us stain our underwear. After flashing his abs, ass, sack and shaft in The War Zone (1999), Ray nabbed a British Independent Film Award nomination. Another nod followed for Last Orders (2001) as did a BAFTA nomination for Nil by Mouth (1997). Yet when Ray’s around, it’s more like Fill My Mouth. For his performance in The Proposition (2005), Winstone was named Best Supporting Actor by San Diego Film Critics Society. But he already won us over by furnishing his chest and drawers in Ripley’s Game (2002). We became real winners when Ray exposed his bare behind! Through the years, Winstone rocked Ken Loach’s Ladybird, Ladybird (1994); Anthony Minghella’s Cold Mountain (2003); Martin Scorsese’s The Departed (2006); and Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). Although Ray was dubbed “the British De Niro” and “the East End’s answer to George Clooney,” we like to think of him as Henry VIII (2003) since the role displayed his naked T&A. Long live the King!