‘Battlestar’ Actor Bares Skin to Save Bears

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Jamie Bamber

Whether they’re for humans or Cylons, one thing that Battlestar Galactica fans can agree on is that Jamie Bamber (aka Lee “Apollo” Adama) is frakkin’ hot! (Also that he made a better commander than president—or maybe that’s just me …) And as luck would have it, Jamie’s beauty isn’t only skin deep, as he recently proved by showing some of said skin to help bears keep theirs. When he learned about the cruelty behind those furry hats worn by the Queen’s guards, he was quick to step up and pose for our sexy new “Bare Skin, Not Bearskin” ad. There’s just something about a man who’s not afraid to expose cruelty (and a little skin) to the public.


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Whether he’s fighting for justice on TV or in the real world, one thing’s for sure: Jamie Bamber is a hottie with a heart! Can’t get enough of Apollo? We’re giving away a Battlestar Galactica DVD to one lucky commenter! To enter the contest, post a comment below and let us know what you hate most about fur.

You can enter the contest by posting a comment before March 11, 2009. We’ll contact the winner on March 12, 2009. By commenting, you are agreeing to the contest terms and conditions and our privacy policy.

Oh, and speaking of sexy Battlestar Galactica cast members … let’s not forget the gorgeous “Angel for Animals” ad that Tricia Helfer—or Six, to BSG fans—did on behalf of her feline friends. She’s the hottest “toaster” in any universe.

Written by Lianne Turner

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind