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There's lots of nudity on HBO's hit vampire drama, "True Blood," a television series based on Charlaine Harris' Southern Vampire Mysteries, also starring Anna Paquin and Sam Trammell. Of the naked cast, Ryan Kwanten gets the most time out of his clothes. He even got a headstart shedding his drawers for the camera by posing for some artsy Abercrombie & Fitch photos. And in 2004, a usually shirtless Ryan Kwanten played surfer Jay Robertson on WB's "Summerland."

Kwanten was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He began acting on the television shows "A Country Practice" and "Spellbinder." In 1997, he joined the cast of the Australian soap opera "Home and Away," playing lifeguard Vinnie Patterson. Kwanten starred on the show for several years, becoming a sex symbol. He eventually chose to leave the series in 2002, shortly after his character married and became a father.

Moving to the United States, Kwanten was cast as Jay Robertson in the Lori Loughlin-starring series "Summerland," which ran from 2004 to 2005. He most recently appeared in the films "Flicka," with Maria Bello, Alison Lohman and Tim McGraw, and "Dead Silence," a horror movie in which he played the leading role. Ryan Kwanten also made an appearance in a "Law and Order: SVU" episode that aired on December 2, 2008, in which he portrays US Marine Corps Master Sargeant Dominic Pruitt who is (falsely) accused of raping and murdering a fellow marine and her unborn baby.

But enough talk, you came here to see the naked, and near naked pictures. Please do not drool on your screen, it can cause electrical problems not covered in your warranty (don't ask me how I know).


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