Well, I'd love to have a go at it, but the picture is missing! Or swallowed by the great Blogger Beast or something.Please Betty Debbie-try again?Betty Barbara
Here's my second attempt at posting the picture - instead of copy and paste from Betty JoDee's email, I saved the picture first, then inserted it. That's pretty much as far as my computer skills stretch...
Betty Barbara here--Well, getting the picture did nothing but make me frustrated! I know that I know who this is! I even dragged Mijnheer to take a look at it (he has a talent for recognizing obscure/long forgotten tv/movie actors) and he drew a blank.Well played, Betty JoDee. It's that chin cleft!
You know, it's killing me too. I can see him moving and acting but I can't hear anything he's saying or see anyone acting with him! Grrrr... And he IS a bit of ginger hotness.
Hi Everyone,It took me a while but the fog cleared. His name is Lee Horsley. He must have dyed his hair for this role because he usually had dark hair and a moustache. He's probably most famous for the TV role "Matt Houston".
Betty Katie wins the prize! It's a still with Lynda Carter cut out of it (here's the original) from a show I've never heard of: Hawkeye.The DVDs are available at Amazon (here's the link).There are a couple "homage" videos on YouTube where people have strung the stills and clips from the show to random pop songs. Alas, they're more about Lynda Carter, and his hair never looks that gingery...
Good Work Betty Katie!I was working my way through the 60's & 70's and got as far as Robert Fuller in my brain. LOLOkay here's a treat and we don't even have to go back in time for most of them. Some just don't work for me: Redford,(too old and not really ginger) Grint,(eewww) and Prince H.(double eewwww!)But the other five - oh yeah! <a href="http://hubpages.com/hub/Ginger-Men-Are-Sexy>GHRDD's</a>
Let's try that again:GHRDD'sAnd since I'm back anyway, gotta say again all five are yummy.But I'm thinking Eric Stoltz or David Wenhem for are older ginger RDD's. What's your vote?
Betty Barbara here--Yay to Betty Katie! And I remember Horsley(now), but mostly as a dark haired dude. So does it count if it's a dye job?