Same subrace as Sam Elliot + more Med.
Medo-Keltic Nordic ? I'm a bit rusty on 19th century anthropology.
He fits anywhere in Europe, but in particular in western countries in my opinion.
Like him. Western Europe Spaniard or french or old British breed.
Anyway, I thought the manliest man was this:
Antes de subir al cadalso, Juan de Padilla se dirigió a su camarada Juan Bravo con unas célebres palabras: "Seńor Bravo: ayer era día de pelear como caballero...hoy es día de morir como cristiano". Ante esto, Juan Bravo pidió ser ejecutado antes que Padilla, "…para no ver la muerte de tan buen caballero". Horas más tarde, también fue ejecutado y decapitado el salmantino Francisco Maldonado.
Keltic-Atlantomed sounds about right
I think he is closer to Sean Connery than Sam Elliot, though that can be discussed.
He seems to have a Cromagnid component (Palaeatlantid? Dalofaelid?) - but Nordatlantid-Keltic Nordic is dominant.
ahah I was just thinking about his classification a pair of days ago (there was magnum p.i. on tv), he really rocks
btw I stick to Agrippa's classification, he is a med only apparently
selleck is quite tall too, 1.92m
One of the very few man who look better with moustache.
The hair is maybe too dark for that,but his face would be very at home in Norway or Sweden.Nothing Med about him in my opinion.
What do we know about his background? Just looks 'normal' to me, i.e. 'Isles', maybe with a bit of German shoved in?
Wiki just has this;
IMDb has nothing more.Selleck was born in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Martha S. (née Jagger), a homemaker, and Robert D. Selleck, an executive and real estate investor. The family moved to Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California when Selleck was growing up. His siblings include brothers Robert (born 1944) and Daniel (born 1950), and sister Martha. Selleck graduated from Grant High School in 1962.
God damn; just looking at him raises my testosterone... I swear the back of my hands just got hairier.
Looks a bit like Michael Palin of the Pythons to me in some way. KN-Palaeoatlantid sort of thing?
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