Billy Burke

Billy Burke Shirtless

So it’s obvious that the main hotness of “Fracture” was Ryan Gosling but another flavor of yumminess from that movie is definitely Billy Burke. I would say he looks like a hotter version of Bill Campbell or perhaps a darker, younger Richard Dean Anderson. Haven’t seen any of his movies up until recently like “Untraceable” and “Ladder 49″ but I’m sure he has been shirtless quite a few times before in his lesser known movies and television appearances. For “24” fans, he’s best known for his character Gary Matheson. Looks like Billy Burke is working on his way up the Hollywood food chain and I’m so glad to have noticed this gorgeous male specimen. All in all, here’s to more Burke’s shirtlessness ahead!

Billy Burke

Billy Burke

Billy Burke

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke Shirtless

Billy Burke

Billy Burke

  • sassywench

    Now, I’d run my finger nails all over that!

  • Gaz

    Woof anyday!
    Sexy beast

  • hairy man lover

    love the hairy chest and pits and want to lick his nipples. Pull down that swim suit in that pool shot.

  • http://forum.connpost.com/joe Joe

    You should check him out in “Feast of Love” too. He and the other cast members take off more than their shirts.

  • http://www.squarehippies.com/ Squarehippies

    Thanks Joe, I’ve just watched “Feast of Love” and boy, Billy had quite some shirtless moments in there. I believe Psi has covered Toby Hemingway in a previous post before. Will put some caps up of Mr. Burke later. :)

  • http://str8upwithatwist.blogspot.com timmy

    YUM!

  • Zarek

    Those glasses get to me every time. Oh the hotness….

  • Nightwolf

    What’s the movie name is it, that Billy Burke is in swimming pool?

  • Pelã

    hot

  • wilfredo l. rin

    fracture
    I wish we were friends. Being near him could be a simple joy.

  • wilfredo l. rin

    I read Burke as a persona whom you could entrust your careless manners, your habitual shortcomings, your common shortsightedness.

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