Three facts about Bakula, who most recently starred in TNT's Men of a Certain Age.
He Was a Playgirl Cover Dude: "I'd been this guy on Quantum Leap, and I thought I'd mix it up a bit. If I'd posed naked, I would have regretted it, but happily I didn't."
His Modesty Is a Definite Turn-on: "There are a lot of guys who are more famous and more good-looking than I am. They're the sex symbols."
His Choice for Sexiest Man: "I don't know how you can skip Clooney, but I like to see a fight, so I'd say it's a toss-up between George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon."
Before dropping out of the presidential race, Huntsman, the former Utah governor and ambassador to China, was the hippest dude in the conservative crowd. The 28-years-married father of seven once played keyboards with a rock band, rode his Harley on the campaign trail and referenced Kurt Cobain during the debates.
Q: What advice would you give younger men about how to age well?
A: Your inner strength is as important as your outer strength.
Q: What does your wife love about you?
A: She'd probably say my authenticity, which extends to my salt-and-pepper hair. She once told me that if I ever tried to add anything artificial, she'd leave me.
TV Executive, 62
"He has a great brain and wit," says journalist Julie Chen, 42, who's been married to CBS President and CEO Moonves for seven years. (The couple have a toddler son and he has three children from a previous marriage.) The native New Yorker may have a head for the entertainment business — he's been an actor as well as the president of Warner Bros. (You can thank him for Friends and ER.) But “deep down he's very emotional,” says his bride, co-host of the daytime CBS show The Talk. “The first time I wore my engagement ring in public, he looked over at me and his eyes welled up."