I’m dumbfounded, lost in his striking baby-blues. Looking up into his gorgeous face, I take in his chiseled jaw, cleft chin, and mass of dark curls. He’s the perfect combination of pretty and sexy. His strong nose, distinguished cheekbones, and full lips shaped to perfection.
If Hollywood had its own Mount Rushmore, Cary Grant’s profile would be the most prominent: the hair that Katharine Hepburn mussed in Bringing Up Baby (1938), the eyes that Eva Marie Saint couldn’t quite meet in North by Northwest (1959), the lips that locked so breathtakingly with Ingrid Bergman’s in Notorious (1946), and, of course, the cleft chin that fascinated Audrey Hepburn in Charade (1963). —EW’s 100 Greatest Movie Stars of All Times