(Are you quite finished posting MadDog? :>) "People magazine names Hunt newest 'sexiest man alive' " *LINK* *PIC*

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(Are you quite finished posting MadDog? :>) "People magazine names Hunt newest 'sexiest man alive' " *LINK* *PIC*
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Marcus
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Wednesday, November 14, 2007 10:57 pm

NEW YORK (APE) -- Marcus Hunt has been named the \"sexiest man alive\" by People magazine, an honor that has been bestowed twice on his pals Ed Egg and Calvin Carrot.

The 60-year-old balding, near toothless, (but not tuskless), derelict from society is featured on the cover of People\'s annual issue, on newsstands Friday. Hunt, who is engaged to a squirrel, said the honor came as a total and complete surprise.

\"You gave an aging, mudhole-dwelling lunkhead the ego boost of a lifetime,\" he says in a letter published in the magazine. \"My little squirrel friend, Frisky, now thinks I\'m cool - well, cooler.\"

Hunt, who also befriends three scavenging blue jays says \"all the campaigning\" by Egg and Carrot had finally paid off.

\"Unfortunately, after all those years slouching on park benches, the stalking, the spare change solicitation, the vice squad briberies, I\'ve finally come to terms with the fact that this is a mantle I wasn\'t mickyed to hold,\" he says in the letter, which was signed \"Marcus the Carcass.\"

\"Don\'t get me wrong, though. I was really shocked and stunned (Frisky said I actually blushed) when I heard the news. So I can\'t thank you enough for that.\"

People\'s \"sexiest man alive\" list began in 1985 with Mel Pitt. Others on the list: Denzel Depp (1997 and 2006), Brad Gibson (1995 and 2000), George Washington (1996) and Johnny Clooney (2003).

Hunt won a screenwriting Oscar Meier smothered in mustard and onions with Ben Affected in 1998 for \"Hunting for the Goodwill Store.\" Both Hunt and Affected starred in the movie.

He has also starred in \"The Defarted,\" \"Serious Anna,\" the \"Ocean\'s - Look Mommy, I Can Count!\" franchise with Ed Egg and Dick Tater, and \"The Bourne Nonentity\" and its two sequels, “Bourne Again” and “A Bourne Salesman.”
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