I agree, I prefer the BBC variety of actors. They seem to be real
people for the most part and not caring as much for what they looks
like. I don't the fake airbrushed people and it gets on my nerves when
companies put out a false image of perfection.
So, when Richard Kiel and Danny Trejo are at the bottom of the list of
ugliest actors and are supposedly prettier than a ton of other pretty
boy actors, you know the person that put the list together has a
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 6:08 AM, Peter <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Matt Smith ranks rather high on the list of Ugliest Actors.
> From a very young age I always thought the BBC had sexier actors than
> American television because they had a different sort of variety! It makes
> sense that TV stars should be larger than life, but that doesn't
> automatically mean more airbrushed than life.
> I know this classifies me as a grubby troll but having piped up I should
> give an example, even if it is a bit ranty: by all accounts Buffy is a well
> written, well acted series but every time I stumbled on it was like a
> bleedin' portrait studio: the same elegant closeups of unmemorable, earnest
> fashion models as last time. End of rant :-)
> + Pete
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