If you’re a child of the 90s and you enjoyed that most wonderful of childhood pastimes – watching TV – then revel in this collection of the hunkiest hunks from the era of flannel shirts and curtain haircuts.
Zack Morris – Saved By the Bell
Not only was Zack Morris the star of his basketball team, but he also played lead guitar and sang lead vocals in his band Zack Attack! And remember when he would look at the camera, say ‘Time Out’ and talk directly to you – as if you were the only two people in the universe? What a dreamboat.
Shawn Hunter – Boy Meets World
A rebel without a cause, Shawn Hunter was the perfect yin to clean-cut Cory Matthews’ yang. He was a bad boy with a dark past and a winning smile. Shawn was such a badass that he even lived in a trailer park – edgy stuff for a teen sitcom on network TV!
Jordan Catalano – My So-Called Life
Oh Jordan. So distant and mysterious. Despite not being able to read, Jordan was wise beyond his years. After all, he did so eloquently coin the phrase ‘whatever happens, happens‘. Do you remember the name of his band? Give yourself a point if you guessed ‘Frozen Embryos’ and give yourself an extra point if you knew that they later changed the name to ‘Residue.’
Theo Huxtable – The Cosby Show
OK, so the Cosby Show primarily aired in the 80s, but it had a few seasons in the early 90s and therefore Theo Huxtable qualifies as a 90s hunk. I mean, that sweatshirt says everything you need to know about how cutting-edge and cool Theo was.
Randy Taylor – Home Improvement
For a brief time in the mid/late 90s, JTT ruled the world. He was the voice of lion king, he starred opposite Rachel Leigh Cook in ‘Tom and Huck’ and his role as Randy Taylor in Home Improvement was embraced by tweens everywhere.
Harvey Kinkle – Sabrina the Teenage Witch
I’m so jealous that Melissa Joan ‘lazy eye’ Hart got to wrap her arms around this lovable doofus. Harvey was always so reliable and refreshingly straightforward. Despite witnessing all kinds of craziness (notably, Salem the talking cat) it still took him FOREVER to realise his girlfriend was a witch.
Cody Lambert- Step by Step
…or as he’s most commonly known, ‘the Code-man’. The nephew of Frank (the Dad in the show), Cody lived in the driveway in his van . He also said ‘Ch-yeah’ whenever he was really agreeing with you. He was goofy and a bit thick at times, but you just couldn’t help loving the guy.
Steve Hale – Full House
Donna Jo Tanner’s BF Steve loved football and sandwiches- talk about the all-American hunk. He was such a reliable chap- so strong and brave. Kind of like Indiana Jones…
P.S. Did I mention that the actor who played Steve was also the voice of Disney’s Aladdin? Crazy!
Joey Russo – Blossum
Woah! Nobody rocks the sweatshirt-tied-around-the-waist look quite like Joey Russo of Blossum fame. Joey was a bit of a ladies man, but let’s not hate the playa. With those pouty lips and that lion-like mane, he couldn’t help it that the ladies flocked to him.
Who’s your favourite of these 90s TV hunks? Is there anyone we missed? Tell us about your 90s crush in the comments section below. Or if you need some inspiration, check out this brilliant post at TenThingsILike.com.
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