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Hunky Actor – Jeremy Jordan

Hunky, chiseled blonde Jeremy Jordan turned to acting after gaining notice as a singer in the early ’90s. Born in Indiana and educated at a Chicago arts school, Jordan first attracted attention and launched a thousand pin-ups when his video for “The Right Kind of Love” aired on Fox’s popular teen series Beverly Hills, 90210 in 1992.


Though the TV exposure powered his 1993 CD Try My Love to gold status, Jordan opted mainly for non-musical performing instead. After appearing in several TV films, including Boys Will Be Boys (1994) and Twisted Desire (1996), as well as in a bit part in Mike Figgis’ Oscar-winning drama Leaving Las Vegas (1995), Jordan bolstered his big-screen resume with a role in Gregg Araki’s Nowhere (1997). The last film in Araki’s “teen apocalypse trilogy,” Nowhere enabled Jordan to play off his teen popster roots as a gay, drug-addicted musician in Los Angeles’ youth underground.


Though Jordan continued to hone his indie sensibility with a starring role in the Hollywood satire Dreamers (2000), he also appeared in the hit Drew Barrymore romantic comedy Never Been Kissed (1999) and the TV film Stephen King’s Storm of the Century (1999).

American Actor, Writer, Director and Producer – Johnathon Schaech

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American Actor, Writer, Director and Producer – Johnathon Schaech

Johnathon Schaech, born September 10, 1969, in Edgewood, Maryland, is an American actor, writer, director and producer, best known for his role in “The Doom Generation” and as a vengeful killer on “Prom Night” (2008).


Tall, dark, and very handsome, Schaech has all of the physical attributes one would expect of a leading man. Despite his appearance, however, Schaech has eluded true stardom, appearing in films that allow him to showcase his talent without providing the opportunity for the actor to make a solid splash in the mainstream.

Schaech was a model before being cast in his first role, in a 1993 film called “The Webbers.” It was director Gregg Araki who gave Schaech his first real break, when he cast him as a dangerous, perpetually aroused drifter in his 1995 film The Doom Generation. Ecstatically bad-mannered and filled with an abundance of sex, and violence, the film became something of a cult classic and gave Schaech a limited dose of fame.


The scope of his fame was widened a little bit with his next significant picture, “How to Make an American Quilt (1995).” As one of the token Y-chromosome bearers in a virtually all-female cast, Schaech made a favorable impression with many filmgoers in his role as Winona Ryder’s lifeguard suitor. His notices were favorable enough to get him a leading part in Tom Hanks’ 1996 film “That Thing You Do!” and the title role of the made-for-cable “Houdini” (1998).

In 1999, Schaech had another shot at cult stardom when he again collaborated with Araki on “Splendor,” which had its debut at the Sundance Film Festival. The same year, he was also cast in the Jennifer Love Hewitt series, Fox’s “The Time of Your Life.”


Since then, Schaech has mostly starred in horror/thriller films including “Master of Horror,” “Prom Night” (2008), and “Living Hell” (2008) , just to name a few.