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He said: "James was so clean-cut, he looked about 10 years old.
HAIRY WEEKS AHEAD: The clean-cut Jason McCartney MP, right, could be trying to emulate the 'great moustache-wearers of the century' - From left: Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury, actor Tom 'Magnum' Selleck and Australian cricket ace Merv Hughes
High School Musical's Vanessa Hudgens, 22, ditched her clean-cut image by appearing in movie Sucker Punch, wearing a tight leather catsuit and high-heeled boots.
It's immaculately performed, of course, with Finn on fine vocal form and Johnny Marr guesting on jangly mainstream pop single Don't Stop Now and clean-cut Even A Child, which recalls The Rembrandts.
Much of ``Dirt'' is hyperbolic and over-the-top -- even the ostensibly clean-cut characters are free-basers and closeted gays.
The outcome is an apparently modest, glazed pavilion in the landscape, but within this clean-cut Scandinavian simplicity there are nuances of mood and sleights of hand.
The film puts a gay spin on a familiar premise, as four high school graduates--jock Jarod (Jonathan Chase), brainy Griff (Mitch Morris), flaming Nico (Jonah Blechman), and clean-cut Andy (Michael Carbonaro)--pledge to lose their anal virginity by summer's end.
An advertising source said: "Persil like to go for clean-cut stars and Steven has really taken over from Michael in the popularity stakes.
The hair practically screams TNT but, alas, it was clean-cut, kid-next-door Johnny Layton
Dropped into a California boot camp with the ironic sounds of "Don't Worry, Be Happy" on the soundtrack, the clean-cut, blue-eyed Swofford (Jake Gyllenhaal) gets smacked across the head repeatedly by a drill instructor.
KATE Moss unveils a clean-cut image in one of the supermodel's first major assignments since her career was threatened by allegations of cocaine use.
But he was a clean-cut boy who attended school and had never been in trouble with the law.