A social activist, a philanthropist, a blue-blooded American aristocrat, a dedicated Buddhist, a movie star, and a silver fox with a rock-hard body, Richard Gere is the total package (emphasis on the word “package”). In 1977, he played a sleazy S&M-loving creep who has kinky sex with Diane Keaton (lucky!) in the gritty crime drama Looking for Mr. Goodbar. We’ll start looking in Richard’s pants. In 1980, Richard made the world stand at attention with his performance as an impossibly sexy male prostitute in the epochal crime drama American Gigolo, featuring the Blondie hit “Call Me” and a scene of Mr. Gere showing off his gear in a full-frontal shot. Hey, Richard, “Ball Me!” He really took our breath away when he shows dink in Breathless (1983). He laid in bed naked and showed off Gere's dick between his legs. Hubba hubba. Richard became a superstar when he starred opposite Debra Winger in the 1982 romance An Officer and a Gentleman, which includes a famous scene of the actor going up and down, doing pushup after pushup with his hands sunk into a mud puddle. Lucky puddle! He continued getting nude by showing off his ass in movies like Final Analysis, Red Corner, Yanks, and Mr. Jones. How could we ever forget his famous role in Pretty Woman (1990) opposite Julia Roberts? Forget the pretty woman, we're drooling over this pretty man. He won a Golden Globe for Best Actor for his performance in the 2002 musical Chicago as Billy Flynn, a crooked lawyer who makes his career getting celebrity murderesses off. Hey, who do we have to murder for Richard to get us off?
Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977) - as Tony