The 10 Hottest Men on Broadway
Our guide to the showstopping faces—and talents—coming to the Great White Way this season.
Everybody loves a man in uniform—even if he's a Mountie. Which is how Paul Gross first gained fame: wearing a Stetson-style hat, a high-collared red coat, and leather riding boots as a constable from our northern neighbor cleaning up Chicago in the mid-nineties TV show Due South. He later amassed quite a cult following for his turn as a temperamental theatrical artistic director in the Canadian series Slings and Arrows. Now he's the lucky guy seducing, slapping, and swapping gin-soaked barbs with Sex and the City's Kim Cattrall in the martini-dry 1930 Noël Coward comedy Private Lives. This time he'll be donning a tuxedo—nothing as exotic as anything worn by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, but no less alluring.
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