Friday, February 22, 2013

FRIDAY FAB 40+ EDDIE McCLINTOCK


 EDDIE McCLINTOCK

Edward Theodore McClintock was born on May 27, 1967 in North Canton, Ohio. He has a degree in communications from Wright State University in Dayton. He was once a wrestler and worked as a production assistant in Hollywood before making the decision to become an actor at nearly the age of 30. Eddie has always possessed that certain charm that one usually finds in one of the lesser known, kinder members of a fraternity--slightly doofy, but usually well-intentioned. 












"WE ARE YOUNG"
I definitely think that Eddie is one of those guys who has gotten hotter as he's gotten older. However, he was quite a cutie when he was young, looking even MORE like a frat boy with a sneaky grin. 

In the words of Dreamline, a hit song from the  
newly inducted Rock-n-Roll Hall of Famers Rush....

"He's got a star map of Hollywood..."

 "A list of cheap motels all along the freeway..."


"She's got a sister out in Vegas..."
"The promise of a decent job..."

"Far away from her hometown..."



"We are young..."

"Wondering the face of the earth..."

"Wondering what our dreams might be worth..."



"Learning that we're only immortal..."

"For a limited time."

Back when Campfire's Dewey was one of the blog pioneers, he capped great pics of Eddie stripping the film Holding the Baby. Eddie was so enthused that he sent Dewey a thank you note. Evidently he's one classy guy and a real sweetheart.

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PUBLICITY HOUND











WORKAHOLIC
Eddie has guest starred in over 45 TV shows, starred in five, and has been in 10 pilots. 


















SUITING UP
Like so many actors over 30 (Mathe previously celebrated Gabriel Macht

















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CHESTY McCHEST



















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STATES OF UNDRESS






EDDIE McCLINTOCK: THE HOT LOWLAND SCOT CUM AMERICAN





Videos thanks to the venerable xyzpdq!  Love you long time! Mean it!

3 comments:

  1. You're welcome!

    Thanks for another great post. Eddie is one of my favorites.

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  2. I did a random Google search for Eddie McClintock and ended up here. I saw the very first video clip I ever did and posted online... with attribution! I wondered who was behind this, and found out a dear old friend I have long lost touch with. Unfortunately, it seems this blog has been inactive for almost half a year.

    If you see this, I miss you... Willie Aames. ;)

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  3. Why Dr. Dewey, how are you? Yes, I was going strong on this for about a year but it was robbing me of a lot of time and creative energy that I needed to be devoting elsewhere. Hope you are doing well!

    Oh, and I am NOT Willie Aames....but if I WERE Willie Aames... ;)

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