"You're prettier than half my daughters."
You know that ruggedly handsome manly man
the ladies all sigh for? This isn't that guy. Oh, he still gets the sighs, but it's because he is so dang pretty
. These guys are often slender or slight, with fine facial features. Height is variable: if his prettiness comes from his youthfulness, then he's probably shorter; if it comes from his status as Mr. Fanservice
, then he's going to be taller.
This doesn't necessarily mean he's androgynous, or looks like a girl, though. That's a different trope, Dude Looks Like a Lady
(or Viewer Gender Confusion
, if he's androgynous enough that the audience is genuinely confused about his real gender).
The Pretty Boy also isn't necessarily effeminate or weak. He may well be as strong or physically powerful as the other, more muscular guys, and as masculine as the more ruggedly handsome ones. Expect one of his more rugged counterparts to sneeringly call him "Pretty boy" at least once. Increasingly common for even his detractors to comment on just how much they appreciate his looks
Assemble enough of these guys, and you end up with a Cast Full of Pretty Boys
Note: East Asian media (particularly Japanese and Korean) uses a related trope, Bishōnen
. The main difference appears to be that western media believes that males can be too
pretty, and keeps the manpretty below a certain level for fear of making their heterosexual male viewers uncomfortable
A Sister Trope
is Agent Peacock
. If the pretty boy also has long, flowing hair, he is a Long-Haired Pretty Boy
. White Hair, Black Heart
is a subtrope which marks a character out as a villain.
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- Daken and Gambit, even have a scene in Daken's solo comic where they snark at each other using it as an insult.
- Warren Worthington, aka Angel/Archangel. Not every artist can pull it off, of course, but he is supposed to be unnaturally, ethereally beautiful, to the point that the wings aren't what you notice first if you're close enough to make out his features. This even continued when he was blue.
- Thor: Loki possesses dainty facial features, a slender build, and moves gracefully. His physical appearance is meant to be a sharp contrast to his ruggedly handsome and very muscular brother Thor.
- Jonas Wandschneider is a Danish actor, who played in Vikaren (The Substitute) alongside Paprika Steen. He's amazingly pretty.
- Ezra Miller, who plays Kevin in We Need to Talk About Kevin, looks like an elf. Or like a younger Alan Rickman. Or like a pale-skinned almost-girl.
- Lord of the Rings:
- The race of fair-skinned long haired peroxide boys. Legolas especially takes the cake.
- Frodo, as he is fairly good-looking for a Hobbit. Partly because being portrayed by Elijah Wood helps.
- Neo in The Matrix. The stereotypical pretty-boy taunt comes from Cypher, who mocks Neo's "big pretty eyes".
- Didier Revol the French exchange student in Son of Rambow is so beautiful that Even the Guys Want Him.
- Many vampires in Interview with the Vampire fit in the pretty boy aesthetic with very pale complexion, making them look androgynous.
- Brian Slade of Velvet Goldmine fits this trope rather well, as one might reasonably expect from a nineteen-year-old Jonathan Rhys Meyers in make-up... He manages to be more delicate and prettier that his own wife (who is not bad-looking or particularly butch.)
- Luke from Cherrybomb, to the point where fangirls started suggesting that Rupert Grint's character should get with HIM instead of the female lead, on the basis that "Luke is prettier". To be fair, the levels of Ho Yay in this movie probably made this reaction unavoidable.
- Ra in Stargate is supposedly the same entity as the Egyptian god of the Sun. He has very delicate feminine features and wears make-up, including heavy eye-lines. His voice is disturbing and he's creepy as hell.
- The two leads in Withnail and I look like they've have been battered and malnourished for far too long, but still... "I" has the same looks he later had for the Eighth Doctor and Withnail is pouty-mouthed, has big blue eyes and his hair goes fluffy when they hit the countryside. The battered factor even adds to the appeal.
- Michael Cimino's The Deer Hunter has Nick, played by a very young, very pretty Christopher Walken. Effective Dawson Casting. Walken was 35.
- Johnny Depp as Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette Edward in Edward Scissorhands. He plays a fragile robot who is almost upgraded to a human being and resembles a doll.
- Leonard Whiting from Franco Zeffirelli's film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. Most of the comments of this old interview of him and co-star Olivia Hussey on YouTube are about how he looks like Zac Effron.
- In the up north melodrama parody "The Fatal Glass of Beer", W.C. Fields observes "My Uncle Ichabod said, speakin' of the city, 'It ain't no place for a woman, gal, but pretty men go thar.'"
- Ax from Animorphs in his androgynous male human morph, which is made of DNA from Rachel, Cassie, Jake, and Marco.
- Sauron was revealed to be one◊ until the War of the Last Alliance and the loss of the One Ring prevented him from taking any form that wasn't as ugly and nasty as his spirit.
- The Honor Harrington series by David Weber uses the trope extensively.
- Victor Cachat is described as being young and very cute at least once in every book he appears in.
- Jeremy X was genetically engineered to be one — he is designed to the point were he can't have any facial hair even!
- Justified by all the Designer Babies roaming around, Magic Plastic Surgery, and by the pro-long life extension treatments that can make a hardened military officer that is over 40 years old look like he is barely out of high school.
- Dorian Gray in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray is described as intoxicatingly, androgynously beautiful sweet blond boy.
- Aramis in The Three Musketeers is described as being as pretty as a woman. Of course, he's the one of the Musketeers who's most popular with women.
- Raziel in Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal is pretty enough even to provoke Stupid Sexy Flanders moments from the First-Person Smartass protagonist, Biff. It's apparently a standard angel trait.
- The War Against the Chtorr:
- Lizard and Ted describe the teenage protagonist Jim McCarthy this way, though he doesn't believe them.
- Definitely the case with Shaun — a sixteen year-old, bisexual attendant on the luxury airship Hieronymus Bosch, whose duties include prostitution and military defence.
- The protagonists in the Warchild Series are usually depicted as Pretty Boys, even when they have extensive combat training and are capable of great violence. The third book, "Cagebird" has a protagonist described as cherubic-looking who eventually becomes a prostitute/assassin, and the protagonist from her second book is said to be a beautiful boy with large, kittenish eyes.
- Shakespeare's Sonnet 20. The young boy is described as such: "A woman's face with Nature's own hand painted hast thou, the master-mistress of my passion", until Nature "pricked him out for woman's pleasure."
- The temporary protagonist of Crow on the Bridge by Max Frei reminisces meeting one of these, a young man of blinding beauty.
"Entered the room a young man of such a blinding beauty that to me it seemed not as much pleasant to the eye as absolutely out of place in the given circumstances. Really, here happens such things, I should make the Gloves of Death and it's yet unknown how to survive this fancy-work; civil war continues for umpteenth year in Conjoined Kingdom, and ultimately the world will fall soon; and he walks here with such a look as if a human had no more important task than to look beautiful. My feelings were about these, though when spoken aloud they sound absurd, I see it myself."
- All of the male vampires in Twilight. They even come with the Bishie Sparkle pre-packaged and their appearance is described in gushy detail.
- There are a bunch in A Song of Ice and Fire:
- Ser Loras Tyrell is described as "beautiful" rather than handsome, called "The Knight of Flowers" and clad in rainbow armour until he joined the Kingsguard. Of course, this is probably to do with the fact that he's only about sixteen at the start of the series.
- Joffrey Baratheon, who is described as a combination of his sister Myrcella and his uncle Jaime who also happens to be his father.
- Rhaegar Targaryen was a beautiful boy who despite being a great warrior, was also a sensitive/emo man who liked to play the lyre.
- "Young Griff" is a beautiful young man who has long eye lashes and dyes his hair blue He's actually Aegon Targaryen, the son of the above Rhaegar, or at least a convincing impostor.
- The Citadel student Alleras is probably the female Sarella Sand in male disguise, with the result that (s)he fits and is described as being comely, pretty, etc. as opposed to handsome.
- Satin, a former male prostitute who joins the Night's Watch, is very pretty, as Jon is prone to remind us.
- Jon Snow (as the page quote states) is one, and serves alongside another in the Night Watch; an ex-gigolo from Oldtown known as Satin.
- It's implied that Henry from The Time Traveler's Wife is one. Apart from being called "pretty" on occasion, it's also mentioned that he looks a good deal like his Hot Mom.
- Harry Potter:
- Tadzio from Death in Venice is a stunningly good-looking, aristocratic boy of fourteen. An older author becomes obsessed with him because of his divine looks.
- Paris from The Iliad, who runs away from the fight with Menaleus he was begging for to seduce Helen (whom he kidnapped) at (Aphrodite's) gunpoint. It only gets better when Hector finds him sitting in his room — with an enormous battle raging outside the walls of Troy — "polishing his armor!"
- Finding H.F.: Bo, H.F.'s best friend (and likely half-brother). He takes utmost care of his appearance, his wavy blond hair.
- Sufi poetry extols the beauty of beardless boys, and some mystics believe such boys represent the perfectness of God.
- Fablehaven has the Last Episode New Character Bracken, who is tall, willowy, youthful, and has long, soft silver-white hair.
- Diane Duane's Young Wizards series gives us Roshaun ke Nelaid, a Human Alien prince with golden hair and a really stuck-up attitude. He gets better.
- This is the defining characteristic of Markus in the Lonely Werewolf Girl books. Apparently he looks even hotter in a frock too and is interested in fashion.
- The Outsiders: Sodapop Curtis is described as being incredibly handsome and looking a lot like his attractive mother. Cue The Film of the Book, where he is he's played by Rob Lowe.
- Despite the scars, many characters in Wicked Lovely explicitly refer to Niall as 'pretty boy'.
- Lord John Grey from the Outlander series of books (and eventually his own). He's blonde, pretty, and a bit on the petite side.
- Torak from The Belgariad was often described as "overly pretty" (that was before he had the left side of his body burned off).
- The Secret History:
- Francis is described like one of these, as well as a fastidiously flamboyant dresser.
- Charles is a pretty man, but only because he looks like his twin Camilla.
- Dark Life has a male character called Pretty. He's vey pretty and usually also very scary.
- Thomas Raith from The Dresden Files. He is a White Court vampire (aka, "an incubus"). He's got a very pretty boy face, from the neck down he's built "like the high priest of Bowflex".
- Marcello Clerici, the protagonist of the 1951 novel The Conformist, is described as very handsome and feminine-looking both in adolescence and adulthood.
- Galad Damodred from The Wheel of Time is often described as being 'almost too handsome for masculinity'.
- Many male characters from The Vampire Diaries novel series, especially Stefan and Damon Salvatore. In the books, Damon is described to be more handsome and edgy while Stefan is described to be more boyish and innocent with finer facial features. So it could be assumed that Stefan fits the description of pretty boy more than Damon.
- Doctor Who:
- Spencer Reid of Criminal Minds, played by Matthew Gray Gubler. As co-star Shemar Moore bluntly put it, "Matthew is so pretty he's almost a girl." Dr. Reid is practically the living, breathing definition of this trope. Even in-universe, one of his nicknames is "Pretty Boy".
- Dean Winchester. His face is the perfect combination of prettiness and manliness.
- Castiel, an angel who ups the ante by also being slender and being the shortest (barely) of the main Supernatural trio.
Japanese gameshow host: Mr. Trickster does not like pretty-boy angels!
- Co-star Jared Padalecki has said of Collins: "With those big blue eyes, he can't play a demon. They're like 'aww...' he's too pretty."
- Dark Angel has a younger and prettier Jensen Ackles as twins Ben and Alec. The latter has Stoic Spectacles in one episode.
- Derek Jupiter on I'm In The Band.
- Charlie Pace in LOST, particularly during his clean shaven phase.
- The title role of Tom Jones in the 1997 BBC version (Max Beesley).
- Chase on House, a fair-haired doctor with baby face. His prettiness sometimes becomes a plot point. For instance a Littlest Cancer Patient develops a crush on him and manipulates him into kissing her. Or House bets Chase gets more dates on speeding date night than him, and House stays a medical doctor while Chase takes a personality of a lazy bum.
Dr. Foreman: Chase, you're a pretty boy. Works well with the ladies, not so much with the patients. No one wants an underwear model performing their splenectomy.
- Like Dean, Michael (Wentworth Miller) is the perfect combination of prettiness and manliness.
T-Bag: One things for sure, you just as pretty as advertised. Prettier even.
- Nathan from Misfits.
- Mr. Brain: In "Eccentric Neuroscientist vs. Beautiful Revived Ghost" the "beautiful revived ghost" isn't a woman. The ghost is played by the very pretty, yet very male Gackt. Gackt himself finds Gackt rather tasty.
- Vincent Chase from Entourage.
- Niles Crane in the early seasons of Frasier.
- Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer as William the Bloody(-Awful Poet) before he was bitten and became a vampire.
- Merlin◊ is a Pretty Boy.
Barmaid: Mmm, you're an handsome fellow.
Arthur: Well, just wouldn't be the first to say it.
Barmaid: Oh. No, sorry. I was talkin' about your friend here.
(Looks suggestively at Merlin.)
Arthur: (shocked) Him?
Merlin: (smirking at Arthur)Thank you.
- Lancelot manages to be a Pretty Boy and a Hunk. Hard to pull off, but it's the Perma Stubble and it offsets the Puppy-Dog Eyes.
- Michael Kelso from That '70s Show, who describes himself as "man-pretty". Donna once tells him that he's "pretty like a girl", and he agrees.
- James from Big Time Rush. Even Carlos (the actor, not his character) called him pretty.
- From Degrassi we have Drew, Craig, Eli, Peter, Zane, Marco, and arguably Dylan. Although the latter is a Manly Gay, his facial features could qualify him as this.
- The Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries, we have Joe Hardy (aka Shaun Cassidy). Yumm.
Joe: Just because I'm younger, smaller and more easily intimidated...?
- Game of Thrones:
- Jon Snow is prettier than half of Craster's daughters, according to Craster himself.
- Ser Loras Tyrell; George R.R. Martin even described the character as "...the teen idol of Westeros" in this HBO featurette. Two lowborn Lannister soldiers consider him to be prettier than the Queen. In "The Climb," Olenna calls Loras "...the pride of Highgarden, the most desirable bachelor in all of the Seven Kingdoms."
- Lancel Lannister
- Law & Order: UK: When he isn't being hit on because of his good looks, the gorgeous DS Matt Devlin is somehow being insulted because of them—a corrupt cop sneeringly refers to him as "your boy-band partner", and even the man suspected of being behind his murder—he isn't, ironically, sarcastically refers to him as "pretty-boy cop".
- Two examples from Hornblower:
- Archie Kennedy, played by the always awesome Jamie Bamber. He has longish fair hair, innocent blue eyes, a chiselled jaw line, a cutest smile ever, and a body to kill for. He is a Foil to Horatio's taller and darker charms and they are meant to be complementary in their personalities and fates as well.
- Mr. Midshipman Wellard from Series Two is a cutie-pie. Teen-aged, with very fair skin, black hair, dark eyes, and soft features. He is still a fairly competent officer, despite the fact that a mad captain made him his whipping boy.
- Sabrina the Teenage Witch arranges a literal date with Destiny. Turns out Destiny is a Pretty Boy these days (played by Brian McFayden. Even his horses are gorgeous (according to Sabrina anyway).
Sabrina: Sorry, I was expecting you to be—
Sabrina: No, that's fine.
- Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers had Tommy Oliver◊, the late-arriving Green Ranger and Breakout Character. Saban bent over backwards to keep the Green Ranger around far longer than the original source material allowed, and then assigned him a new color to keep him around for subsequent seasons.
- Cyrus from Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, who is referred to this explicitly by the Red Queen.
- Many characters Mathew Baynton plays in Horrible Histories — most notably including Charles II and highwayman Dick Turpin — take full and explicit advantage of this trope. To the extent where his HH co-stars' standard (if less-than-serious) response when asked about the show's success is "Mat's eyes".
- The unnamed Thunder God in Flash, who's too thin to be a Hunk, but still has women clinging to him.
Religion and Mythology
- Norse Mythology
- Balder is so pretty that everything in the universe that can pledges their love to him.
- Loki. Even in the post-Christianization days, he's described as "pleasing and handsome" in appearance, but never the rugged, muscled type.
- Greek Mythology:
- Greek god Dionysus is portrayed as Pretty Boy in some depictions, such as Euripides' Bacchae.
- Homer described Ganymede as the most beautiful of all mortals, on top of the fact that he's the only of Zeus' lovers that was ever made immortal, is also quite telling.
- The ultimate Greek mythology Pretty Boy: Apollo. Look how all the nymphs agree.◊
- Apollo's lover Hyacinth was depicted as very handsome and beautiful.
- Adonis, who's So Beautiful, It's a Curse.
- Eros aka Cupid or Amor is the god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection. He is often portrayed as the son of the love goddess Venus. In Classical Greek art he's a slender youth with wings and all gods are beautiful by default. Later he was portrayed as a chubby boy.
- A surprising amount of images of Jesus.
- Cu Chulainn is described in Celtic Mythology as a very attractive man of the elfish, smooth-faced sort, at least when he wasn't in a warp spasm.
- A fan-made chapter of the Space Marines of Warhammer 40,000 fame, the Pretty Marines. They have some sort of gland that creates the sparkle, and their guns have roses on them. Their scouts are cute boys, and they have legions of female fans. And this is all well and good... just watch out for the Chaos Pretty Marines.
"The Eldar are physically similar to humans, but with longer, cleaner limbs, slim and elegant features, pointed ears, and penetrating eyes."
- Additionally the chapters based on Sanguinis' gene seed are also noted as being somewhat prettier than the other marines.
- The Emperor's Children (Chaos) Space Marine Legion. So Bishonen that they are derrisively referred to as "peacocks" by most of the other legions while they are still loyal to the Imperium's cause. Their primarch, Fulgrim, is one of the prettiest humans alive. Furthermore, even after falling to Chaos, they continue trying to make themselves look as alluring and attractive as possible, part of their pact with the Chaos god Slaanesh. It doesn't help that their armour is various shades of purple and pink...
- Pretty much any follower of Slaanesh in either classic Warhammer or Warhammer 40k qualifies. The Emperor's Children were always bishonen, after falling in thrall to Slaanesh they became more like Bosch-onen.
- Unlike the Pretty Marines, the pre-Heresy Emperor's Children were just as brutal and ruthless as any other Space Marines, so looks can be deceiving.
- "Bishonen Look" is an Advantage in GURPS (introduced in GURPS Mecha), which works like Attractive, except the bonus to reaction roles apply to both sexes. In 4e the same Advantage is simply named "Androgynous".
- Exalted. To give just a few examples: the Solars Moray Darktide and Swan, the Infernal Captain Gyrfalcon, the Abyssal known as the Prince of Shadows, and the Alchemical known as Voice of Authority. There are many others.
- It's not just the humans: Ligier, the Green Sun of Hell, take this appearance when he present himself as a human. The aforementioned Captain Gyrfalcon is one of his underlings.
When he desires a human form, Ligier simultaneously appears as a handsome young nobleman with auburn hair. He is sometimes dressed in flawless robes of emerald, and other times bare chested with a long green kilt
or a blackened smith’s apron of erymanthus hide.
- The 3rd Edition of Nobilis whimsically notes that mysterious bishounen are usually Imperators, Powers, Excrucians, or the offspring of the Star-Beast Qot. In the event they happen to be human, they're probably not that mysterious.
- Despite metal growing out of his body, and his muscles, and clothing so scanty as to show off those muscles, Magic: The Gathering's Koth of the Hammer has a very pretty face.
- Herbert von Krolock in Tanz Der Vampire is one of these whenever the actor's makeup can create the effect, and the results tend to be stunning◊. His father, meanwhile, looks like the less fortunate end result of the formula "Pretty Boy + age + suffering and guilt".
- Roger in RENT describes himself as "the pretty-boy front man" in "One Song Glory". The implication is that he thinks his modest success as a musician has all been attributable to his looks. But he's just as likely to actually be played by a more ruggedly handsome actor, although he is the Tenor Boy.
- Rule of thumb in Cuanta Vida: All Spies are this. Even if they're batshit insane.
- Rieken in A Distant Soil, fits this trope to a T, down to white hair so long it drags on the ground. The twist, though, is that he is probably the most supernaturally powerful being alive.
- Rabbit from Skins. Slender, tall and leanly muscled, he has no body or facial hair and really pretty features.
- Parody/subversion: This strip from the Stick Figure Comic Stickman and Cube has the cartoonist supposedly draw the two characters Bishōnen. The joke is that they look exactly the same, being of course a stickman and a cube, except with added Bishie Sparkle. But... so bishie!
- Maxim of Girl Genius, sporting a narrower, pointier face, thinner build, and longer, bishi-er hair than his compatriots Dimo and Oggie, very nearly fits here. There are only a couple things off: First, he has purple skin, smiles too much, smiles too big, and has a mouth full of sharp teeth, all because he is a Jaegermonster. Second, he's too fun-loving, upbeat, and goofy, also because he is a Jaegermonster. Third, his personality is far too distinctive. Other than that he fits perfectly.
- Foglio has said that he designed Maxim for fun, to see if he could draw a bishonen Jaeger. Well, he can!
- The titular character from Terinu is definitely bishie, coming from a genetically uplifted race designed to look cute. Being marsupials, even the females are fairly androgenous in appearance (flat-chested after all).
- The Cyantian Chronicles: Jules reacts this way to Sean. Although that might just be because of his wings.
- Similarly, Alien Dice has Lexx. Who, in a noncanon segment from Cafe Anime, got kidnapped, blasted with a jar of bishi glitter, and paraded around in a leash and an undershirt as a demonstration of "How To Bishi". And who has a large fan base in Canon.
- Blip portrays Lucifer this way. At one point, Luc meets an angel who is his exact double. His reaction: "I'm... gorgeous!"
- RPG World has Eikre, whose whole character is based on this. Along with him are his friends Hawk and Jeff. In fact the three of them took high school classes on how to BE BISHONEN.
- Overlord of Ravenfell has two main bishonen characters in Razin and Javanshin.
- Fey Winds has bishonen, but also parodies it in regards to Sidney's twin brother.
- Nearly all of the main male characters from Khaos Komix, but especially Tom. Probably comes with being Ft M transsexual. He doesn't have any of the typical personality traits, however, being Straight Gay (bordering on Manly Gay).
- Oswald of Knights Errant gets special mention for being known as a Pretty Boy in-story. Most of the other characters aren't too bad-looking either.
- In Moon Crest 24, Dwayne certainly falls under this category. Specially after his introduction where he refers to himself as a Bi Shonen (Japanese counterpart of Pretty Boy).
- Tycho from Penny Arcade looked like this in the 2001-2003 strips.
- Rolan of Ears for Elves is the long-haired type. The artist has even described him as bishie a couple times, and circles and pentagons follow him when he's being cute just as flowers appear around Myari.
- Homestuck: Because the art is stylised the readers can't really tell, but Meenah outright describes Rufioh as a Bishounen in one flash. These good looks together with his kind, relaxed personality apparently made him very popular with the other trolls. And quite a few fans as well.
- El Goonish Shive: Tedd isn't quite a classic bishie, but he is still both androgynous enough and attractive enough when he takes his glasses off to cause homophobic bully Tony to go into full-scale panic.
- Comedy Central's animated "reality" show Drawn Together parodies this character type with Xandir.
- Field Test, the third segment of Batman Gotham Knight, gives Bruce Wayne a rather Bishonen-esque look (which doesn't exactly fit Kevin Conroy's voice that well).
- W.I.T.C.H., Winx Club, and Totally Spies!, due to their anime influences, tend to have bishie male characters as Love Interests.
- Aqualad from Teen Titans. As well as Malchior (or Rorek) except his "human" form is made of paper.
- Julio Blanco from the MTV cartoon Spy Groove is so pretty that Leonardo DiCaprio is considered a suspect in his death He faked it.
- Brackus from Di Gata Defenders was revealed to be one when he was younger. Blatant Fanbase pandering by the animators.
- Sylvain in the weird, Animesque French animated film Gandahar (AKA Light Years).
- Gorillaz's 2D has elements of this, except with a distinct Uncanny Valley flavour.
- Lancelot from King Arthur's Disasters.
- Mozenrath from Aladdin: The Series.
- Gordon Gibble from Kick Buttowski.
- Avatar: The Last Airbender:
- In The Legend of Korra
- Shang in Mulan. Yao even refers to him as such during His Shirtless Scene.
- Chip Skylark from The Fairly OddParents. Not only does every woman in town squee over him, so does Timmy's dad.
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
- Lance from Sym-Bionic Titan. Most of the girls at Sherman High swoon over him.
- The Once-ler from the 2012 film The Lorax, with his big blue eyes with huge eyelashes, babyface and everything.
- Jack Frost from Rise Of The Guardians.