Not only does Cristiano Ronaldo have the body of a god and the eternal worship of more people than he can count, he also donates blood often and is involved in charity work.
If that doesn’t make you want to put up his poster in your room, you might want to rethink some of your life choices.
Gregory Peck was one of the most beloved and famous actors between the '40s and the '60s. Some of the actor's most enduring roles include The Keys of the Kingdom, Gentleman's Agreement, and Twelve O'Clock High.
Peck is known for giving top notch performances and for being quite the looker. He has consistently been among the highest acclaimed and best earning actors of all time.
Hugh Jackman is known to many as X Men's Wolverine, so we know of his athletic body and about his impressive physique.
Then, this Australian hunk went on to do Les Miserable and The Greatest Showman and we discovered he can sing as well. If you weren't already smitten, we're sure you are now.
Redford was a huge star in the 1970s and is still regarded as a heartthrob. He is also an award winning Director and a receiver of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
His blonde mane of hair and his bright smile are a sure way to brighten up any day that may have been on the down side.
Back in the '50s, James Dean was considered a symbol of cultural rebellion. Unfortunately, the actor died during a car crash at just 24 years old, effectively ending one of the most promising film careers of all time.
He only acted in three films but managed to leave behind a legacy that has influenced many musicians, such as Elvis Presley.