Route 66 Revisited. It’s a classic American cocktail. Take two guys, one Corvette Stingray, and a stretch of open highway. Mix. And get out of the way.
Jesse Metcalfe spends plenty of time in the gym, which isn’t a surprise for anyone who has seen his famously ripped abs. But the actor says his workouts aren’t just about looks — they’re also for his mental health.
Widely known for his roles in television and film such as pop culture phenomenon Desperate Housewives, John Tucker Must Die and Dallas, the SAG Award-winning actor is back in his leading role on Hallmark’s Chesapeake Shores (season two premiere August 6th).
A successful partnership makes a masterpiece of the art of compromise. If the home that they share is any indication, newly engaged actors Jesse Metcalfe and Cara Santana are set for marital success. The house, a graceful ranch-style home in the hills high above West Hollywood, melds their two styles into one inviting whole.
For actor Jesse Metcalfe, there's definitely no acting involved when it comes to getting in a good workout. While on an east coast visit, the broad-shouldered 37-year-old dropped by the gym to show us a little something about how to get it in.
It’s not so strange if you can recognize this sweet eyes guy. You’ll likely remember his face from his television series or maybe even a flashback when your girlfriend was watching Desperate Housewives. She may have even told you “My sweets, why can’t you have the look and the body of him” From that point on you started hitting the gym hard and possibly even put Jesse on your blacklist.
After a career spanning over a decade, Jesse Metcalfe still has a passion for acting and finding unique roles that speak to his dark side, and this year might witness his directorial debut! Jesse opens up to Glamoholic about his upcoming film, "Dead Rising: Watchtower", exercising his demons and having a cathartic experience through the character he plays
Jesse Metcalfe has been the pretty boy of the big and small screen in the past few years.
His obsession with fantasy, escapism and storytelling started in movie theaters in the mid 80's. Metcalfe's father took him to a lot of thought provoking films at an early age. 'The Breakfast Club,' Some Kind of Wonderful,' 'Platoon,' 'Wall street,'. The little boy would leave the cinema profoundly impacted: sad, scared, exhilarated, inspired. It was as early as 6 years old when Metcalfe knew he wanted to be a part of that dream world. He wanted to be just like his heroes: John Hughes and Oliver Stone. Metcalfe went to film school, Tisch at New York University, this is where it all began.
“Should I go healthy or fattening?” The first question in my interview with Dallas star Jesse Metcalfe comes from the 35-year-old himself. He’s mulling over the menu as we sit at a popular gastropub in Dallas, his hometown for seven months a year while shooting the reboot of the iconic show. But let’s be honest, dude’s built like an action figure and probably crushes calories with every hazel-tinted gaze.
Jesse Metcalfe learned the hard way; he got a huge dose of fame before he was ready. The good news is, he was given a second chance and says he is a better man for it.