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Celebrity Dad Faceoff 2.0

By Glinda

Unfortunately for Stephen Moyer, his fan club missed his second appearance in CDF, and was roundly voted out, losing by a forty percent margin.  Sorry Stephen!

Today I’ve got someone who I would have featured quite a while ago if I had known he was a father.  It took the break-up of his long term relationship for the news of his child to reach my ears.  I’m sure you know who he is, and if you’ve never seen him on Lost, then for sure you saw him eons ago in The English Patient.



Naveen Andrews

6 Responses to “Celebrity Dad Faceoff 2.0”

  1. gemdiva Says:

    When I got the first GPS for my car, I thought it was a shame that it didn’t come with a choice of voices. My #1 choice would have been Antonio Banderas. I could just imagine hearing that voice every morning on the way to work. Better than starting your day with a Starbucks.

  2. The gold digger Says:

    That Indian guy was the only part of “The English Patient” that was worthwhile. Remember when he removed his turban to oil his hair? Hubba hubba.

  3. Glinda Says:

    I was actually crying my eyes out during that movie. But I’m a “movie crier.” I cried at “Beauty and the Beast” for god’s sake.

  4. Glinda Says:

    @gemdiva- for some reason, I find British accents the most sexy.

  5. The gold digger Says:

    Glinda, the movie was gorgeous, but I just couldn’t get too sad about two adulterers. They were both so unlikeable! But I’ll cry at just about any other movie: if someone dies. If there is a wedding. If loved ones are re-united after a long separation. If the little girl dances on her father’s feet. My husband teases me, but he was raised by wolves and doesn’t get it.

  6. J Says:

    I’m a movie cryer, too. Unless the characters area really bugging me, I’ll cry. My husband also, does not get it.

    Naveen is hot, as long as he’s not working for Ben as a tortured assassin. That I don’t like in my men.

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