When I was a teenager, I had a crush on Alan Alda after seeing "The Seduction of Joe Tynan". Now you know!
Don't feel bad - Alan Alda is a very nice man - I met him once at a PBS thingie. Lovely man, gracious and kind.
Yeah, he is :) I think it was more my age at the time. I can guarentee I was the only girl in my school crushing on him. They all had Leif Garrett posters!
Definitely embarrassing, though I'm not sure if that counts as a crush. :-)
As a small kid, I always thought that singer Mireille Mathieu
was sooo beautiful and asked Mum to give me her hair-cut. It made me look like a puppy looking out from under an empty bucket...
Oh, yes, my mama named me after a French starlet - what a thing to live up to....
Oh lordy I had so many guilty crushes I cant remember but a few.
I think Alan Alda was definitely one of them as well. Had to have been him, cause I had one or two M*A*S*H posters up in my room.
Colin Hay from Men At Work. I loved his voice, was a real charmer in interviews, and just seemed like he would be a lovely man to sit and talk with.
Dave from Moonlighting
OH - who was the really off-beat guy in the A-Team?! I would NEVER EVER admit to my brother I enjoyed that show, but the whole reason I ever bothered anyway and didnt complain too much when it was on was because of Murphy (that was his name, wasnt it?)
I always ended up crushing over goof-balls. Any man who can make me laugh has a chance of stealing my heart.
Was that the guy who was also on one of the Startrek shows - in an equally offbeat role?
YES! Barkley aka "Broccoli"
Yeah, he was great. One of my favorite episodes features him and Moriarty - the one where Moriarity refuses to give up control of the ship until Captain Picard retrieves a female companion and gives him a ship to explore the universe.
What is the actors name? I can't remember it....
Mickey Rourke! God. I had a crush on him from Barfly. Then I got a crush on Charles Bukowski. *headdesk* I wasn't twelve, either, so I have no excuse.
Then there's the middle guy in this icon *points*. Lemmy, of Motorhead. When I discovered fandom I actually went looking for Motorhead popslash, but all I could find was Megadeth fic with allusions to Motorhead. My fave find was a story that included in the heading "Warning: Lemmy." Hee!
Grins, Lemmy looks like he would fit perfectly into Dargie's White Rabbit....
I was not allowed to watch MR's more...adult ouvre - and by the time I was finally old enough, I had moved on to somebody else.
Eric Faulkner of the Bay City Rollers. Blech...
Okay, you can just shoot me now. *thump*
The Bay City Rollers! A dear friend of mine had her walls plastered with posters of them.
Yeah, that was the whole idea...Then, about the same time I discovered Lymond and suddenly grew up. The funny thing is, all that plaid led to Lymond and Lymond to Highlander and here I am, thirty years later, still in love with all things Scotland.
I guess I can live with that... VBG...
"Don" from "Lost in Space."
Ok, ok ... you can all stop laughing now ... it can't be THAT funny.
Comforts you....it's not that bad....
I think his name's John Moss - a soap opera star... *rolls eyes at self*