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It was reported that one of his London billboards had to be pulled down after complaints from an auto club of traffic congestion and accidents by ‘rubbernecking’ female drivers, but Fimmel insists the story started with a rumor spread on the internet. Fimmel appeared on magazine covers including France’s Numero Homme and America’s TV Guide, as well as on high-profile American TV talk shows including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Sharon Osbourne Show and Live with Regis and Kathie Lee in 2003. Preferring to be known for his acting rather than his modelling, Fimmel turned down an offer from Australia’s Seven Network to be a guest judge on the TV series Make Me A Supermodel. Fimmel studied under Hollywood acting coach Ivana Chubbuck, taking two years to pluck up the courage to audition for his first role, saying “half of acting is overcoming your fears letting yourself be vulnerable in front of people”. in 2010, he portrayed a compassionate cowboy in Pure Country 2: The Gift; a forensic photographer in Australian horror movie Needle (with Packed to the Rafter’s Jessica Marais); and a gifted classical pianist in Ivory (with Martin Landau), produced by Academy Award recipient Gray Frederickson. Fimmel’s character relies on his wits to navigate a high-pressure environment, browbeaten by Barker and resisting attempts by Internal Affairs to force him to spy on his mentor.
Travis Fimmel
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Travis Fimmel


It was reported that one of his London billboards had to be pulled down after complaints from an auto club of traffic congestion and accidents by ‘rubbernecking’ female drivers, but Fimmel insists the story started with a rumor spread on the internet. He was named one of the world’s sexiest bachelors by America’s People magazine in 2002. Preferring to be known for his acting rather than his modelling, Fimmel turned down an offer from Australia’s Seven Network to be a guest judge on the TV series Make Me A Supermodel. TV series Tarzan in 2003, described by CNN as one of the “five hottest things happening in entertainment right now”. Fimmel’s TV profile received a boost when he starred opposite Patrick Swayze in cable network A&E’s 2009 series, The Beast (screened in Australia on ABC2). Fimmel will appear in FX’s TV pilot Outlaw Country in 2011 with Luke Grimes (from ABC drama Brothers and Sisters), described as a “modern drama set against the back drop of a southern organized crime family”.
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He fronted CK’s Crave men’s fragrance campaign and modelled the brand’s famous underwear. It has even been suggested by some journalists that Fimmel was the inspiration for Sex and the City heartthrob Smith Jerrod. He also made a cameo appearance in the bar scene of a video clip for Janet Jackson’s “Someone to Call My Lover” and played a hunk loading hay onto the back of a pick-up truck in Jennifer Lopez’s “I’m Real” (not to be confused with her song of the same name featuring rapper Ja Rule). He landed the title lead in Warner Bros. Fimmel has played a diverse spectrum of characters on the small and big screens.
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Travis Fimmel is one of filmdoms notable dramatist s, establishing himself among the next generation’s leading men. He is a grand bit player within the theater world. The females buy magazines with Travis Fimmel to take a look at his arms. His acting skills may even land him with a major award this year. Cele Hollywood has got all the Travis Fimmel updates you could possibly want.. Get the latest rumors on Travis Fimmel here at Cele Hollywood.
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Fimmel was raised as the youngest of three brothers by parents Chris and Jennie on their 5500-acre dairy farm in Lockington near the small country town of Echuca, between Melbourne and Sydney. He moved to Melbourne in his late teens to play professional AFL Football for the St Kilda Football Club, but a broken leg sidelined him before the season began. He was accepted into Melbourne University to study commercial architecture and engineering but later deferred to travel abroad. Fimmel has played a diverse spectrum of characters on the small and big screens. It was reported that the role originally went to Elijah Wood, who pulled out of shooting for reasons unknown, so Fimmel instead took the job. He played rookie undercover FBI agent Ellis Dove partnered with a hardened veteran cop, Swayze’s Charles Barker.
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Travis Fimmel


Fimmel appeared on magazine covers including France’s Numero Homme and America’s TV Guide, as well as on high-profile American TV talk shows including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Sharon Osbourne Show and Live with Regis and Kathie Lee in 2003. He also made a cameo appearance in the bar scene of a video clip for Janet Jackson’s “Someone to Call My Lover” and played a hunk loading hay onto the back of a pick-up truck in Jennifer Lopez’s “I’m Real” (not to be confused with her song of the same name featuring rapper Ja Rule). Preferring to be known for his acting rather than his modelling, Fimmel turned down an offer from Australia’s Seven Network to be a guest judge on the TV series Make Me A Supermodel.