The Wimbledon winner and Olympic gold medalist can add certified, ginger hottie to his list of achievements.
Wanna see how hot this ginger Brit is? Just check all his nakedness on season six of True Blood.
Not often does the red-hot Irish-German star get to keep his own hair color in his film roles, thus many fans aren't aware he's a member of the russet tribe. See Michael proclaim his ginger pride right here.
Third in line to the British throne and an Army captain. Tall, handsome, young and single. Rugged in fatigues, dashing in formalwear... basically a walking fairy tale with enough, uh, cheek to keep things interesting. (Let us pause to fan ourselves.) He may never rule England, but to us Harry is a king among redheaded men.
The copper-topped Brit of the classical stage background has curiously made a career of playing Americans on TV, as in Band of Brothers and Life. We're also addicted to his complex turn (plus the buff body and intense gaze) as U.S. Marine Sgt. Brody on Homeland.
The English actor's own fetching reddish-blond curls didn't appear in The Avengers, but do tend to show up at red carpets, as well as Midnight in Paris and Britain's Wallander series.
Yet another star whose true gingerhood is often kept under a layer of dye for roles (discrimination!). Yes, the darkly intense Sherlock and Star Trek star was outfitted by Mother Nature with charming auburn curls.
With a surname like that, how could the Les Mis star have been born with any other coloring? He may have subdued the coppery mop a tad since his shaggiest youthful pics, but the oh-so-fanciable freckles and that boyish grin are going nowhere—for which we are mightily grateful.
Looks like the winsome (dare we say huggable?) Modern Family man owes his ginger hair and beard to his Scottish roots. The stealth comedic delivery is all his own, though.
Whether he's playing loyal Ser Jorah Mormont on Game of Thrones or ruthless Sir Richard Carlisle on Downton Abbey, the piercing blue eyes and razor-sharp cheekbones of this rusty-haired Scotsman have us hypnotized.
First spotted in Trainspotting as the hapless Tommy with lighter strawberry hair, Grey Anatomy's Owen Hunt's sexy scruff debunks the myth that redheaded men aren't smoking hot, with or without the natural Scottish accent.
The whole "two-time Olympic gold medalist and master of two sports thing notwithstanding," the charismatic Flying Tomato may be almost as famous for his wild, molten-copper locks as his marvelous feats in skateboarding and snowboarding.
Ron Weasley's alter ego vows to stay true to his adorably disheveled, shiny roots. "I've always been quite a proud ginger, so I couldn't dye it and betray the other gingers," he once said in an interview.
Though the Englishman's carroty mop was shown to full Georgian advantage as the lovable Mr. Bingley in 2005's Pride & Prejudice, we still found it (and him) delectable when he went polar opposite as Rome's Octavian.
Not just blessed with an artistic eye, the flame-headed designer-carpenter of HGTV's Designed to Sell also has the hunky pecs and biceps that come from hands-on sweaty labor. Hammer-wielding hasn't been this hot since Thor.