Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1913, Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Juno was right when she referred to him as “the hot Roosevelt with polio”.

Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1913, Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Juno was right when she referred to him as “the hot Roosevelt with polio”.

I hope this works, since I’ve seen other actors mentioned (and young Poul Reichardt was very lovely to look at)
For almost thirty years Reichhardt was a leading Danish heroic charmer in movies and partly also on stage. His acting debut was in 1931 as an extra in the play Styrmand Karlsens flammer in Nørrebros Theater. Already during the 1930s he won himself a name, this was cemented during World War II and from 1945 he stood as the movie hero par excellence: the plain, regular, quick-witted, sometimes hot-tempered, but often humorous man playing in melodramas and comedies. His versatile talent of acting and singing created him a widespread area as an artist.
Poul Reichhardt got a special popularity during his performing in the so-called Morten Korch movies in the 1950s based upon novels written by a just as popular Danish regionalist light literate – here he normally played the honest young farmer fighting for his happiness and for his love. Often criticised for playing in low quality products he always did his best even in poor roles and his temporary overplay and loudness was compensated by his engagement and self-irony. Perhaps his best movie roles were as a resistance man (De røde Enge - “The Red Meadows”, 1945), and as the soldier in Soldaten og Jenny, (“The Soldier and Jenny”, 1947. His ability as a singer even made him opera roles (Papageno in The Magic Flute) and though normally considered a typical “man of the people” he also mastered the role as a man of the world.
Source: Wikipedia

I hope this works, since I’ve seen other actors mentioned (and young Poul Reichardt was very lovely to look at)

For almost thirty years Reichhardt was a leading Danish heroic charmer in movies and partly also on stage. His acting debut was in 1931 as an extra in the play Styrmand Karlsens flammer in Nørrebros Theater. Already during the 1930s he won himself a name, this was cemented during World War II and from 1945 he stood as the movie hero par excellence: the plain, regular, quick-witted, sometimes hot-tempered, but often humorous man playing in melodramas and comedies. His versatile talent of acting and singing created him a widespread area as an artist.

Poul Reichhardt got a special popularity during his performing in the so-called Morten Korch movies in the 1950s based upon novels written by a just as popular Danish regionalist light literate – here he normally played the honest young farmer fighting for his happiness and for his love. Often criticised for playing in low quality products he always did his best even in poor roles and his temporary overplay and loudness was compensated by his engagement and self-irony. Perhaps his best movie roles were as a resistance man (De røde Enge - “The Red Meadows”, 1945), and as the soldier in Soldaten og Jenny, (“The Soldier and Jenny”, 1947. His ability as a singer even made him opera roles (Papageno in The Magic Flute) and though normally considered a typical “man of the people” he also mastered the role as a man of the world.

Source: Wikipedia

Icelandic playwright and novelist Guðmundur Kamban (8 June 1888 – 5 May 1945) was born in Iceland but lived abroad all his adult life. He went to study in Denmark in 1910 and mostly lived there although he lived in New York for two years and London a year. From there he moved to Germany in 1935 but returned to Denmark in 1939 with his Danish wife. A year later Germany occupied Denmark. During the occupation Kamban struggled for money and accepted grants from the Reich, which led to rumors that he collaborated with the enemy. On the day Denmark was officially free of German control, members of the Danish resistance movement shot Kamban dead in front of his wife and children. 
It is still debated if Guðmundur Kamban was just an opportunist who didn’t care where his money came from or if he was in fact a Nazi sympathizer — however there is no doubt that he looked fine as a young man. 

Icelandic playwright and novelist Guðmundur Kamban (8 June 1888 – 5 May 1945) was born in Iceland but lived abroad all his adult life. He went to study in Denmark in 1910 and mostly lived there although he lived in New York for two years and London a year. From there he moved to Germany in 1935 but returned to Denmark in 1939 with his Danish wife. A year later Germany occupied Denmark. During the occupation Kamban struggled for money and accepted grants from the Reich, which led to rumors that he collaborated with the enemy. On the day Denmark was officially free of German control, members of the Danish resistance movement shot Kamban dead in front of his wife and children. 

It is still debated if Guðmundur Kamban was just an opportunist who didn’t care where his money came from or if he was in fact a Nazi sympathizer — however there is no doubt that he looked fine as a young man. 

Franz Kafka, working a bowler hat.

Franz Kafka, working a bowler hat.

This cutie is Peter II of Yugoslavia, also the last King of Yugoslavia. He was ousted on 29 November 1945 by the Communist Constituent Assembly and lived in the United States ever since.

This cutie is Peter II of Yugoslavia, also the last King of Yugoslavia. He was ousted on 29 November 1945 by the Communist Constituent Assembly and lived in the United States ever since.

This is Anthony, nephew of Vyner & son of Bertram, heir apparent of Sarawak and the dreamiest of the Brookes. He opposed cession (along with the cabinet and most Sarawakians, but was unsuccessful in getting his realm back. His implausibly hot grandson can be found in this link:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Desmond_Anthony_Brooke
He runs a charitable trust to aid Sarawak, and would be heir apparent today if the monarchy had survived.

This is Anthony, nephew of Vyner & son of Bertram, heir apparent of Sarawak and the dreamiest of the Brookes. He opposed cession (along with the cabinet and most Sarawakians, but was unsuccessful in getting his realm back. His implausibly hot grandson can be found in this link:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jason_Desmond_Anthony_Brooke

He runs a charitable trust to aid Sarawak, and would be heir apparent today if the monarchy had survived.

Here’s where the Brookes really take off - Bertram, brother of Vyner, Raja of Sarawak. He would eventually step aside as heir in favor of his son.

Here’s where the Brookes really take off - Bertram, brother of Vyner, Raja of Sarawak. He would eventually step aside as heir in favor of his son.

This is Vyner Brooke, son of Charles, Raja of Sarawak. He had a long reign, and in 1946 ceded Sarawak to Britain to the dismay of the populace and his heir, but he judged the country too wrecked by the Japanese occupation to deal with.

This is Vyner Brooke, son of Charles, Raja of Sarawak. He had a long reign, and in 1946 ceded Sarawak to Britain to the dismay of the populace and his heir, but he judged the country too wrecked by the Japanese occupation to deal with.

This is Charles Brooke, the successor of James, Raja of Sarawak. James preferred pretty boys to women and never reproduced, so the throne went to his nephew.

This is Charles Brooke, the successor of James, Raja of Sarawak. James preferred pretty boys to women and never reproduced, so the throne went to his nephew.

This is James Brooke, an adventurer who became Raja of Sarawak by getting rid of some pirates for the Sultan of Brunei. He established a dynasty of “White Rajas” that were very popular among their subjects. This is an unusually attractive family. First of a series.

This is James Brooke, an adventurer who became Raja of Sarawak by getting rid of some pirates for the Sultan of Brunei. He established a dynasty of “White Rajas” that were very popular among their subjects. This is an unusually attractive family. First of a series.