Taron Egerton is a 26-year-old Welsh-English actor. Although his acting career in high school was limited, he had the bug and entered the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He specialized in song and dance, and became an accomplished tenor singer. Although he graduated in 2012, with honors, he didn't really break out as an actor until 2014 when he co-starred opposite Jamie Bamber in the cable drama The Smoke and in the World War I nursing drama Testament of Youth.
That got him noticed, and a nomination as "Best Newcomer" at the London Film Festival, and won the Empire Award for Best Male Newcomer. He subsequently won the title role in the spy thriller Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Egerton is a bodybuilder, as you can clearly see. He was named one of Britain's 50 best-dressed men by GQ magazine, so he often hides his magnificent physique beneath tailored shirts and jackets.
Not only is he a stellar actor, but he's got a boy like a Greek god. Plus, he's uncircumcized.