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Brendan James Fraser (born December 3, 1968) is a Canuck-American charming, bumbling actor with self-described “beefy good looks.” He is best described as absolutely dreamy; recently Fraser battled out Brad Pitt and Jesus, as well as the entire Inuit population of the world, for the title of the best-looking man alive.
Brendan (we are on a first-name basis) is renowned for his poignant acting in scathing social critiques. These include the tale of a misplaced youth in a foreign society (George of the Jungle, 1997), a controversial religious thriller (Bedazzled, 2000), a series of historical documentaries (The Mummy, 1999; The Mummy Returns, 2002; and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, 2008), and finally a chilling insight into the 1960s popular attitude towards the Cold War and nuclear warfare (Blast from the Past, 1999). Brendan has also starred in a feel-good, laugh-out-loud, comedy success of the year production: The Quiet American, 2002.
In 2005, Fraser opened his home to paying female guests, offering a tour called 168 Hours with Brendan Fraser. On the tour, guests would give Brendan back-rubs, wax his body from head to toe, and listen to him reciting his entire autobiography wherein he needed six attempts to correctly pronounce the words "bonafide thespian".
edit Personal troubles
Fraser met actress Rachel Weisz while attending a barbecue at Winona Ryder's house in 1998. The two were later cast as a loving couple in the Mummy movies, and decided to go one step further by actually getting married in real life. In 2007, Weisz discovered the existence of the 168 Hours with Brendan Fraser tour, and was outraged to find that her husband had been cheating on her. The two divorced in 2007, and Fraser lost a great deal of his fortune in the alimony settlement; the effects of this on Fraser can be in the leftward photo.