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The Top 25 Sexiest British Actors

Nobody has a more charming reputation than the English, and we regularly find ourselves swooning over some of Hollywood's most lovable English actors. These actors from across the pond offer some very good-looking reasons to appreciate England. Check out the sexiest  and hot Actors hanging out together, then take a look at even more English eye candy, plus all the witty, humble, and charming quotes from each Actors



Surrey boy, Dan Stevens, is known for playing Matthew Crawley in ITV's historical drama Downtown Abbey and movie The Guest. But the star just got the biggest break of his career yet, in much anticipated 2017 Walt Disney production of Beauty and the Beast, Stevens will star as the Beast next to Emma Watson, who will be playing Belle.



Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam, will be playing Arthur in the 2017 adventure film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, produced by Guy Ritchie. Charlie, who was born in Newcastle, has also starred as Raleigh Becket in Pacific Rim and its sequel, as well as in English production Green Street Hooligans.

If you are a fan of The Divergent Series chances are you instantly recognised Four. Theo James starred in the three movies of the saga, and is currently shooting the sequel The Divergent Series: Ascendant, coming to cinemas in June 2017. Next year, Theo will also appear in the mystery film London Fields and in the thriller Underworld: Blood Wars.

The 27-year-old lad from Cheshire put his name on the map after playing the full-of-swag rebel boy, turned secret agent, Eggsy in the thriller Kingsman: The Secret Service and then as Eddie Edwards in Eddie The Eagle in 2016. Next he'll be starring next to Channing Tatum in the sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, coming in June 2017.

Although young, this 18-year-old has been in the acting scene for a while now, his resume is full of big hits like 2015's In the Heart of the Sea, and 2016's Captain America: Civil War where we first get a glimpse of him as Spiderman. 2017 see's Tom's Spiderman get his very own movie - Spider-Man: Homecoming next to Zendaya, who will be playing Michelle.

The 26-year-old actor has appeared in Wild Child, Magic Mike, Magic Mike XXL and I Am Number Four with then-girlfriend and Glee star, Dianna Agron.
This Cambridgeshire lad saw his star rocket after being picked over thousands for the role in Steven Spielberg’s War Horse. Since then, he’s starred in The Railway Man and Now Is Good. Jeremy will be starring next to Emma Roberts in the 2017 drama Billionaire Boys Club

Bad Education star Jack Whitehall has landed a major role alongside Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston in the 2016 film by director Garry Marshall. Jack plays a young father in Mother's Day. Kate Hudson, Helen Mirren and Jennifer Connolly are also among the cast of the movie.

Douglas Booth rose to prominence after his portrayal of Boy George in the BBC Two drama Worried About The Boy. He has since starred in television adaptations of Great Expectations and The Pillars Of The Earth, and has made the transition from television to film with Romeo & Juliet and Posh. Booth recently had a sci-fi moment in Jupiter Ascending and a touch of horror in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

The aesthetically-pleasing Freddie Stroma is best known for playing Cormac McLaggen in Harry Potter and also for assuming the role of that irritating Ben in the Inbetweeners 2 film (you know, the one with the guitar and white dreadlocks). Freddie also played Luke in the blockbuster hit Pitch Perfect.

David Oyelowo didn’t set out to be an actor. He went along with his A-level theater studies teacher, who suggested he make a career out of it. Whoever his teacher was, he wasn’t wrong – he was the first black man to play the King of England in Henry VI. He also went onto act in The Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Last King of Scotland and Selma, in which he played Martin Luther King. David is the leading actor in the upcoming inspiring movie Queen of Katwe.

Damien Molony was born in Ireland but is now based in London. You might recognise him from BBC 2013 drama series Ripper Street, or as vampire Hal in BBC3 series Being Human. Damien also starred next to Nicholas Hoult in the thriller Kill your Friends in 2015, and the drama Tiger Raid

The Sherlock star has Hollywood in his back pocket these days. He bagged roles in two of the industry's biggest franchises – Star Trek and The Hobbit, and was Oscar-nominated in 2015 for his role as Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. Alongside Johnny Deep and an amazing cast, Benedict starred in the suspense, based on a true story, Black Mass and in 2016's big hit Zoolander 2. His latest cinematic role sees him in the lead of Doctor Strange.


You might know Kit Harington better as Jon Snow from the hugely successful
Game Of Thrones. Interestingly, the young Brit has his own royal connection and is a descendant of Charles II through his father’s family.

Emilia Fox’ little brother is making quite a name for himself in acting circles. The fair-haired Brit has already starred in The Three Musketeers, Posh and Parade’s End, but the future’s looking even brighter.


Ben Whishaw hit the big time after taking on the stage role of Hamlet in 2004 and hasn’t looked back since. With roles in Brideshead Revisited, Skyfall and 007: Spectre (as Q), he’s endeared himself to indie and mainstream audiences alike.

Josh played the privileged Daniel Grayson, opposite real-life girlfriend Emily VanCamp, in the hugely-successful TV show, Revenge. Josh also starred as the leading character of the 2016's Level Up, where he has only one day to save his kidnapped girlfriend in London.


Originally from Swansea, this actor already has the film world at his feet, after appearances in The Vampire Diaries and Immortals.

After starring as the leading character in BBC One's iconic Merlin and in the 50s-inspired crime mini-series Quirke, Colin played the Duke of Blackwood next to Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron in the hit movie The Huntsman: Winter's War. He made a return to TV screens in 2016 with the eerie ghost drama The Living and the Dead.

Christian’s done Shakespeare (he played Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet), comedy (in Ricky Gervais’ Cemetery Junction) and Doctor Who. Cooke is currently playing security driver John Swift, in the TV-series Shield 5

Sam’s made his name with appearances in The Hunger Games and Snow White And The Huntsman. But he's moved away from action-films with Love, Rosie and Posh.

Nicholas Hoult first came to our attention as the adorably geeky tween in About A Boy - but oh boy - has Nicholas grown up. After playing cool kid Tony in Skins, Hoult starred with Colin Firth in A Single Man, has taken a lead role in the X-Men prequels and appeared as a hot zombie in Warm Bodies.

Who: Hard-man heartthrob Tom Hardy has been gracing our screens since 2001’s Band Of Brothers, but before scooping the prestigious Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award at the 2011 BAFTAs, you would have spotted him in Inception, TV’s Wuthering Heights and Layer Cake. Since then though, Tom's played Batman rival Bane and appeared opposite Charlize Theron in big-budget flick Mad Max: Fury Road.

After reading Classics at Cambridge University, Tom Hiddleston attended RADA before making numerous television, theatre and radio appearances, but his big break came following his portrayal of Loki in 2011's Thor (a franchise he continues to work within). This was followed by The Deep Blue Sea, where he starred alongside Rachel Weisz, Midnight in Paris (where he played writer F. Scott Fitzgerald), and Steven Spielberg's War Horse, which received rave reviews. He recently kept our TV screens warm with the John Le Carre drama The Night Manager.

Eton-schooled Eddie Redmayne started his career as something of a period drama darling, having starred in two adaptations about Elizabeth I, The Other Boleyn Girl and Tess Of The d’Urbervilles opposite Gemma Arterton. Since then, Redmayne has stolen the heart of his Redmayniacs with stirring performances in Bird Song, My Week With Marilyn and Les Mis, but it's his role as Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything and the Oscar he got as a result that have brought Hollywood to his feet. His current remarkable performance as transgender woman Lili Elbe, in The Danish Girl, also earned him a Oscar nomination for Best Actor