A stunning combination of Canadian and Cree from the First Nations people of Canada, we present to you Simon Baker! Though he shares a similar name with another actor, this hunky hottie out of Vancouver actually has more of a reputation as a child actor, because he landed his first role in front of the lens at the age of 9 in 1995's Once in a Blue Moon. He followed that up with a role in the 1997 Academy Award nominated The Sweet Hereafter and jumped onto the small screen on the wildly popular and critically acclaimed North of 60. After that, he took on the role of Little Feather in the blockbuster western Shanghai Noon (2000), then followed that up with a successful string of appearances in movies like On the Corner (2003), The Missing (2003), and I, Robot (2004). Then he took on the lead role in the Stephen Spielberg produced HBO mini-series Into the West... So needless to say, this first nations fox has worked with some serious talents in his time on the screen! He comes our way with some brief and bloody shirtless screen time in the Ron Howard directed western The Missing (2003), where he plays a young native boy who got shot in the shoulder and needs Cate Blanchett to stitch him back up. We get a good shot of his hairless and muscular torso laying on the floor. Hopefully we get to see more of Simon in the near future because he's about as adorable as they come and we're game for a game of "Simon Says", if he's into playing a bit!