Damn, These Hot Dads Over 60 Have Still Got It
Pierce Brosnan, 64
Turns out Brosnan is just as fashion conscious as James Bond, his most iconic role. "I do like clothes, and I suppose I like the dapperness of it all," he told InStyle. "It's great to dress up."
Jeff Goldblum, 65
Like a fine wine, Goldblum seems to only get better with age.
Denzel Washington, 62
The expressive eyes, captivating on-screen presence, charming demeanor—what’s not to love about the two-time Oscar winner?
Michael Keaton, 66
Fresh off the monster success of Birdman, Keaton proved he’s a master of his craft. "Once I started the movie," he told Entertainment Weekly, "I thought, I can’t imagine ever again being a part of something this unique and great. I might. But it’s not likely."
Jeff Bridges, 68
Back in 1989, Bridges scored People's title of Sexiest Second-Generation Actor. It's about time he earns another accolade, don't you think?
Joe Biden, 75
Yes, the former Vice President of the United States is also a babe.
Kevin Costner, 62
Whether he's breaking hearts in Dances with Wolves or making us cry in Field of Dreams, Costner continues to woo us.
Richard Gere, 68
What makes Gere so irresistible? The actor has not only portrayed dreamy leading men, but he's also behind one of the most iconic movie kisses ever.
Tom Hanks, 61
Frankly, Hanks has had our hearts on lock ever since Sleepless in Seattle.
Bryan Cranston, 61
Breaking Bad looks oh so good.
Bruce Springsteen, 68
With countless hit singles and sold-out concerts under his belt, the New Jersey native will always be The Boss in our book.
Bruce Willis, 62
The star, best known for his roles in Die Hard and the ‘80s TV show Moonlighting, proves age is nothing but a number—he made his Broadway debut in the stage adaptation of Misery at age 60.
Samuel L. Jackson, 68
With an impressive resume that includes Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained, Jackson stole our hearts with his slam poetry recap of Boy Meets World.
Ever the sex symbol, musician Sting is also a devoted husband. "As we look back over 30 years now, I couldn’t think of anything more precious," his wife Trudie Styler told InStyle.
Ted Danson, 69
The actor, who is synonymous with his iconic role in Cheers, continues to reign supreme in the TV realm, starring in the The Good Place.
Harrison Ford, 75
Fun fact about the Star Wars heartthrob: He tries to blend in with the crowd. "At events I just want to look like everybody else," Ford has said. "I don't want to attract attention." Something tells us that may be difficult to accomplish.
Mark Harmon, 66
Equipped with mesmerizing blue eyes and a strong jawline, the dreamy NCIS actor is a fan favorite—no surprise there.
Tom Selleck, 72
Films and memorable TV spots aside, Selleck is quite possibly most recognized for his statement-making mustache.
Liam Neeson, 65
Neeson has conquered the action film genre with the Taken 'franchise, and earned sex symbol status with his memorable part in Love Actually—a title the Oscar nominee is very humble about. "I don't think that I am a sex symbol, although it's very flattering," he has said.