This Is Us’ Sterling K. Brown Is A Hottie With A Body, In Case You Didn’t Know

March 27, 2017  |  

From the moment he woke up from adolescence as a grown, very buff and emotionally damaged man in Moonlight, the consensus has been, “Damn! Trevonte Rhodes is fine!”

He’s also in pretty amazing shape. Case in point: his recent Calvin Klein ad.

#More @calvinklein Spring 2017 Calvin Klein Underwear campaign

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The actor got in tip-top shape years ago running track and field at the University of Texas-Austin. He was a sprinter at the university from 2008 to 2012. Since stepping into the spotlight, Rhodes’s body of work (get it?) has received quite a bit of attention, including from fellow stars.

Another flourishing actor, Sterling K. Brown, star of This Is Us and The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story (and don’t forget Army Wives!) is currently working alongside Rhodes in the new Predator sequel.

#Day1 #ThePredator

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He shared a shirtless selfie on Instagram over the weekend citing Rhodes as his inspiration to keep it right and tight. Fans couldn’t help but notice the image and commented on the fact that Brown is actually pretty ripped himself.

Collective jaws dropped, with fans saying everything from “dear Lord! I dropped my phone looking at this man lol” to “Goodness f–kin gracious,” which I found particularly hilarious.

But before you get too excited, as we previously pointed out, Brown is married to This Is Us co-star Ryan Michelle Bathe. You can’t see all of this goodness underneath the button downs and sweaters he wears on the hit NBC series, but yes, Randall got it going on! Age is just a number, and we can all agree that Brown makes 40 look good.

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