Today I proudly present the adorable Steve Sandvoss. Born in New York, Sandvoss grew up in the suburbs of New York City. He attended school there and Connecticut before enrolling at Harvard University. At Harvard, Steve was active in artistic community, pursuing amateur photography, studying poetry, and American prose, and often choosing edgier roles in student-written plays as well as in such classics as Shakespeare. In addition, he directed readings of his own work at Harvard and wrote criticism and essays for several undergraduate periodicals. While in college, he was also breaking into modeling and acting in New York. He graduated from Harvard with the distinction Cum Laude and moved to Los Angeles.
Once arrived in Los Angeles, Steve wasted no time and made an impressive feature-film debut in the 2003 independent film Latter Days. In it he played as the sweet and innocent Elder Aaron Davis, a Mormon missionary from Idaho who moves to Los Angeles and falls in love with a West Hollywood party boy, played by Wes Ramsey. The film received great response in the gay community, and Steve was then nominated for Outstanding Lead actor in the 2005 International Gay Film Awards. Personally, I think he plays gay better than some of the gay guys. The boy carries this movie. Not only is he drop-dead gorgeous, but his charm and commitment to the role are thoroughly convincing, too bad he claims to be straight.
Steve may not be a blond muscled hunk, but there's something about his body and his look, and what he does with his eyes, that I just find so engaging and endearing and irresistable! JUST LOOK AT HIM! He definitely is one of the top boys in my Book of Beauty.