Daily Archives: January 29, 2015

#AlexOLoughlin – Rocking The Buzz Cut Over The Years……

We thought it might be a good idea to do a few posts on subjects that we saw people are searching for on the internet, in regards to Alex.

So these posts will be a more intensely researched and concentrated extension of our funny ‘searches’ posts, which we have done in the past….


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Alex 2002

His hair was a little bit longer on the top here, but we thought it would be fun to include it as well. This was taken in 2002 for a magazine article in “Blue”, about “Sydney’s Sexiest Barmen”.

Alex worked as a barman at that time, to support himself while studying at NIDA.


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The Invisible

Alex O'Loughlin - 2005


Hiatus Buzz


 The Mohawk and after…


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Steve got a cut

For Episode 3:20 of Hawaii Five-0, they gave Alex a buzz cut to film the scenes of Steve from the past, when he was doing his Navy SEAL, BUD’s training in 2000.

For the rest of that episode and for the next episode (3:21) they gave him an ugly red wig to wear. Fortunately they threw that away and for the rest of Season 3 and the most part of Season 4, his hair was just short. 😦

My Thoughts

Alex can rock the buzz cut at any time, as you can see above. I think he proved that he looks great, no matter how his hair is cut, on many occasions.

The buzz cut, for his role of Marcus in the movie ‘The Invisible, worked very well and he looked gorgeous.

Having said that, I still prefer him with longer hair like in ‘The Back-up Plan and Season 1 of Hawaii Five-0′. I feel it makes him look younger – not that I mind him looking older at all. 😛

I guess what I am trying to say is that on the odd occasion he looks great with the buzz cut, but overall I prefer it not being that short for long periods of time. 🙂



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