Monthly Archives: December 2015

Some Shirtless Treats to end the Old Year of 2015 with a Big Bang

During this last month of 2015 we counted down the last days of the year on our Facebook and Instagram pages with some shirtless pictures of Alex in the different roles that he portrayed over the last 12 years. We started with Jack in Oyster Farmer filmed in October/November 2003 up until Steve in Hawaii Five-0 Episode 605, filmed in September 2015. We already did a summary post of the ones before Hawaii Five-0 here

In Hawaii Five-0 we see Alex mature from age 33 in March 2010 to age 39 in the last picture. He is like a fine wine! For us,  Alex as wonderful generous person always shines through the most. I think he is a great inspiration for many. His wonderful talent can be seen in everything he has done over the years. But I think there is so much more he has to offer as an actor in the years to come!

Although we appreciate him for the person he is and for his talent, we never shy away from enjoying his physical beauty as well. And as you could see during this month, we always like to celebrate that as well.


We leave you with the pictures that we posted during the month, but here they can be seen in full size when you click on them. We hope you enjoy the last few hours of the old year and the first ones of the new year with these pictures and some words from Alex from over the years ……….


Steve: Season 1


I’m not as fit here in Hawaii Five-0 as I was in The Back-up Plan. But it ain’t Moonlight meat either. If you exercise and watch your diet, you can get pretty lean.

– Alex O’Loughlin, InStyle, April 2011

Steve: Season 2

 Once you’ve done a couple of films, I think the whole idea of being a movie star — well I don’t know about the ’star’ thing — but the idea of working regularly in feature films that’s my dream. To go from one character to the next and get to tell a million different stories, that would be wonderful; I’d love to be able to do that.

Alex O’Loughlin,, 29 April 2009

Steve: Season 3

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Steve: Season 4


Steve: Season 5

Yeah, yeah, they [the fans] are very consistent in their passion, which is lovely, I love them for it, so much.  I hope they follow me into my career, and my next project.  I mean, every character is not going to be Mick St. John.  It’s just not. 

I’m always going to play different characters and hopefully they will find …… I think my fans, because they’re so, comprehensive, with their study of me, and their research of me, I think that they’re probably starting to get to know me a bit now, as well, and if they’re still my fans, it means they still like me. If they still like me, hopefully they’re going to like what I like in the characters that I choose.

Alex O’Loughlin, MyTakeOnTV, 29 April 2009

Steve: Season 6

It has been a pleasure enjoying Alex with you throughout this past year.

None of us know what this new year will bring, but making the best of it one day at a time, is all we can really do.


New Year!!



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Alex O’Loughlin: Transcript of UK Interview #1 for TBUP – April 2010

Aussie hunk Alex O’Loughlin has hit the big time – playing the romantic lead in Jennifer Lopez’s comeback comedy, “The Back-up Plan.” The 33-year-old has been battling away as an actor for nearly a decade, appearing in TV dramas like “The Shield,” “Moonlight” and “Three Rivers” before landing a big break in his latest film. It hasn’t been an easy climb to the top, with Alex slumming it in various jobs just to make ends meet

 – Associated Press: Jack of all Trades, Master of One

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Alex: It can be a little overwhelming, there is so much work. And you know, you sit in so many interviews and you talk about the same thing and you kind of keep going over and over. So it’s good for me to sort of stop and walk outside occasionally and look up at the sky and [Breathe] ‘Wow, Okay. This is great, I’m part of a thing that, you know, we all want to be a part of”. And yes, so I am enjoying it. It’s a lot of fun.

Reporter: Did you have a back-up plan, if acting didn’t work out?

Alex: No. So glad it has.

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Alex: I remember my first film. The first lead role I did back home in Australia, a little film called Oyster Farmer. My grandmother called me half way through filming. I was having lunch with the girl that played my sister and her husband and got this call ‘Oh it’s my gran hold on a second‘.


And she got on the phone and said ‘Darling I just needed to talk to you about something.’ And I was on such a high, my first film, and I said ‘Yeah what’s that gran?‘ and she said ‘I was just thinking, you know, if you never work again as an actor, what are you going to do? You’ve got no qualifications.’ And I was like ‘OK, leave that with me.’ So that was …. God bless her, I love her so much. That was ….. but it was a reality check. I was like ‘Okay hang on a minute, do I need a back-up plan?’ 

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Alex: I think if you are committed enough to something….. So many people are like, ‘If that doesn’t work, or if that doesn’t…‘ And they do that in ….. people do that in love as well and they do that in life. And it’s like, well if that’s the case I’m never going to commit to anything. If that’s the case I’m never going to put my everything in to one thing and I will never know. I don’t want drop off my perch and go yo know, ‘I never did anything to its fullest,’ and so that’s the way I am doing it anyway.

Link to: Alex O’Loughlin – The Back-up Plan – UK Interview #1

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Gif for the day – Up up up

What can I say. I am addicted to this. Exercising with Alex 😀




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Gif for the day – Alex shines

“The cast is attractive”

“O´Loughlin shines”



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Steve McGarrett ……



by | December 27, 2015 · 22:57