Some retro for Thursday. SHEMAR MOORE visits France
in the summer of 2012.
And sailed in the sun.
With Game 6 of the World Series playing tonight, our photos have a
baseball theme. We're pretty sure SHEMAR
will be watching the game and cheering for Boston.
There's a new "Criminal Minds" tonight called "In the Blood."
Be sure to set your DVR if you're going to watch the game.
DVR playbacks count in CM overall ratings. The
episode looks like it will give us some back story to
Garcia, who is having the team over to her house
for a Halloween Party.
In 2011 SHEMAR MOORE and his "Criminal Minds" co-star,
Matthew Gray Gubler, visited Japan. We were treated to scores
of fantastic photos of two handsome profilers, and the boys seemed
to have a great time. Below is a funny clip from their trip.
In the early 90's a barely known actor, SHEMAR MOORE,
appeared in the Toni Braxton video "How Many Ways."
By SHEMAR'S own admission, they were a real
couple for a few steamy months.
Their chemistry in the video is unmistakable, regardless
of how long the real life romance lasted.
The video is posted below for those of you who want to
enjoy Toni's smooth, sultry, alto voice and a young, charismatic
SHEMAR, who oozed charm from every pore of his,
then tattoo-less, but seriously muscular body.
Would you over-tip if this man if he waited on you?
More SHEMAR MOORE from the very sexy Splackavellie
video by Pressha
Can you even imagine it?
There are no words.
The video is below for a sexy, throwback moment.
As every serious SHEMAR MOORE fan knows, his first
career aspiration was to play professional baseball. He
attended college on a baseball scholarship and dreamed
of playing for the Boston Red Socks.
When an injury ended his hopes of a ball career,
SHEMAR, instead, pursued a career as an actor.
With family ties to Massachusetts, he remains a fan
of his hometown Red Socks.
The World Series is starting today, so seems appropriate
to use photos of SHEMAR the ball player.
When the St. Louis Cardinals play the Boston tonight
at Fenway Park, the stadium where SHEMAR once dreamed of
playing, we wonder if he will be watching
"Criminal Minds," or the game.
No brainer! He'll be watching and cheering
for the Red Socks.
Remember the fun and flirty interview SHEMAR when Extra was featuring
eligible bachelors a few years ago? He was very charming and
showed off his abs and some of his baseball moves.
Link is below.
Another interview with SHEMAR MOORE at StandUp2Cancer has been posted
on the CBS website. A nice three minutes worth seeing. Link here:
There is also an interview with CRIMINAL MINDS co-star, Joe Mantegna.
The softer side of SHEMAR MOORE.
SHEMAR portrays a tough FBI Agent on
"Criminal Minds," but in real life often
shows himself to be a very gentle man.
"Nothing is so strong as gentlenss,
nothing is so gentle as real strength."
~ Saint Francis DeSales
SHEMAR MOORE, single and unattached (?) at 43 has
been married a few times on screen. Here he is as Terry White
in "The Brothers" with his finace, played by Susan Dalian.
On "The Young and the Restless," Malcolm Winters
married beautiful Olivia, but as typical of soaps, they
didn't live happily every after.
In a real tear-jerker, Malcolm married Keesha. The bride was
suffering from AIDS and died a few minutes after the wedding.
The video is sensitive and sad, but SHEMAR was amazing.
We started thinking about weddings after SHEMAR posted this
Baby Girl of the Day, Sarah Taylor Brooks and her bridesmaids.
He and his staff spent the weekend photographing new
Baby Girl clothes to go on sale for Christmas.
Could you imagine a Baby Girl themed wedding some day?
Over on the LOVING MOORE Message Board, our British Mod,
Kordi789, selects SHEMAR MOORE photos for us to feature
every day and sometimes a related featured video.
She has posted some gems for us lately like this look back at
SHEMAR's appearance on OMG Insider last February.
|SHEMAR MOORE wasn't the only "Criminal Minds" star in the house
at last week's CBS Daytime AfterDark Event in Hollywood. Joe
Mantegna was also there supporting the cause of Stand Up To Cancer.
(SHEMAR's interview was posted earlier.)
Joe was asked by Black Hollywood Live if he'd ever considered a career
as a comedian. He admitted he'd done some improv way back when.
Who knew? Go on, Joe! Is there anything you haven't done?