Here’s a list full of the hottest celebrities who are expected to stay in the spotlight of the 50s! Lets begin with Jimmy Stewart. Oh My! Each individual has class, and that wow factor that not all gentlemen can embrace now.
Jimmy Stewart was hardcore. He was rejected from the WWII draft for being too skinny and kept applying until he had bulked enough. The army tried to give him the celebrity treatment, have him make training films and sell bonds. He fought against it and instead became a fighter pilot, flying over 20 missions in Nazi-occupied Europe. He retired a Brigadier General of the USAF. Also, he won an Oscar and starred in countless classics in the 50s.
One of my favourite comedians! Lewis came to fame as a comedian, actor, film producer, writer, director and even singer. Over the years, he earned countless awards for his film and humanitarian work, including the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 2009 at the 81st annual Academy Awards. No wonder he was famed to be so hot!
As an oldie who was young when Elvis was young, yes he was hot when he was younger. As he got older, he still looked good, but people enjoyed his singing voice more. Elvis just had ‘something’ that all girls liked back in the 50s. As he got older he still never lost his value.
Looking back now, I guess the moment people fell for Gregory was in the film Roman Holiday. I was totally enamoured with that movie–in particular by the idea of a tall, gorgeous, deep-voiced man whisking everyone away on a whirlwind tour of Rome. I mean, who could say no to that prospect? More than Mockingbird, Roman Holiday plays up his sexuality, or, at the very least, the sense that Peck is a man who enjoys and desires the company of beautiful women. Gregory’s not the typical romantic comedy lead: he reads a bit “serious actor slumming it in a light movie”, and he’s certainly not a Cary Grant. Against all odds, though, Roman Holiday works for him, finding a charm and attractiveness not seen in many of his other films.
Sir Sidney Poitier was an African-American actor who was best remembered for his role as Carl on the hit T.V. show Family Matters. Though he struggled for equality in a segregated Hollywood, he never gave up on his dream. He worked in the movie industry for sixty something years and enriched the lives of many women.
During his heydey, Dean Martin was the coolest guy in the world. He was a movie star, had a hit TV show, was the king of the nightclubs, and he was one-half of the most famous comedy team in the history of show business. Dean’s records sold in the millions, but his greatest joy in life was his beloved golf. Dean was a very complicated man, although he appeared to be very simple.
The wham of Cary Grant’s sex appeal is instantaneous and uncomplicated. It has to do with a combination of striking good looks, incredible grace and boyish charm. But the secret of his eternal youth (and Joan Crawford, speaking for many, wishes he would pass it on to women) is a much more involved matter. It is made even more complicated by the fact that when he reveals his secret (as he often does), no one takes him seriously; but when he jokes about it or gives out false clues, people are often convinced by what he says.