There are a lot of black handsome men in the world and white women seeking black men are instantly attracted to them. Following are mini biographies of three handsome high profile guys who have always got a lot of attention from the ladies.
LL Cool J
James Todd Smith alias L.L. Cool J was born in 1968 in Long Island New York. James had a tough and unhappy childhood seeing his mother and grandfather shot by his own father, and then later suffering physical abuse from his mother’s boyfriend. From that time he started wearing his now trademark hats. One of the escapes for Todd was hip-hop music which he fell in love aged nine, and with some DJ kit his grandfather had given him by age eleven he was writing songs with his own lyrics. Aged 15 he and a close friend created his stage name L.L. Cool J, meaning ‘Ladies Love Cool James’ a great name that many white women seeking black men would be attracted to.
A student at NYU, Rick Rubin presented L.L with his big break in music in 1984. Rick loved his music and wanted to try to set up a record deal. They co-produced the single ‘I Need a Beat’ before sending it to Russell Simmons an artist manager. Russell Simmons loved the single and then formed Def Jam Recordings with Rick which released L.L.’s debut album in 1985, ‘Radio’. L.L. is still considered to be one of Def Jam’s most prized and precious artists.
In 1985 L.L. began his acting career first appearing in a semi-biographical account of the start up of Def Jam Recordings ‘Krush Groove’. L.L also had a cameo appearance in the film Wildcats in 1986 plus he wrote the theme song. Following that he went back to music and that’s when his career really took off with every one of his albums hitting platinum sales. He is regarded as one of the all time great hip-hop artists and loved by black women and white women seeking black men.
By 1995 aged 27 L.L. was happily married with three children which is unfortunate for white women seeking black men. That year he starred in the film ‘Out-of-Sync’. Not a winner at the box office but it drew attention from executives at NBC-TV, who offered him a part in sitcom ‘In the House’ which promoted L.L.’s acting talents. In 1998 he appeared in Halloween and has sionce acted alongside stars including Samuel L. Jackson, James Woods, Dennis Quaid, Whoopi Goldberg, Stanley Tucci, Jamie Lee Curtis, Al Pacino, Pam Grier, Omar Epps, and many more.
The handsome celebrity was finally rewarded for his acting talent in year 2000 winning best supporting actor in the action movie Deep Blue Sea, a Blockbuster Entertainment Award. L.L. is known as both a great actor and one of the greatest MCs of all time and a definite target for white women seeking black men.
Born in Washington in 1964 handsome African American actor Blair Underwood was the son of an Army man and consequently travelled and lived in many parts of the world. He was trained in musical theatre and won a part on ‘The Cosby Show’ shortly after moving to New York. Age 21 he made his film debut in ‘Krush Groove’ in 1985 and appeared on a daytime show ‘One Life to Live’. Loved by white women seeking black men all over the world he gained a lot of attention wherever he went. The next year he progressed to the highly acclaimed drama series ‘LA Law’ in 1986 playing the part of attorney Jonathan Rollins for which he received a Golden Globe nomination. He further went on to feature several high quality television dramas including ‘Heat Wave’ and ‘Murder in Mississippi’ in1990, and ‘Mama Flora’s Family in 1998’ receiving NAACP Image Awards for two of those performances. In 1996 co-starred playing baseball legend Jackie Robinson in the movie HBO’s Field of Honour.
Blair also did theatre with performances such as ‘The Game of Love and Chance’, ‘Love Letters’, ‘Measure for Measure’, and ‘El Negro en Peru’ films enjoyed by white women seeking black men everywhere. His main film parts have been supporting roles and he is yet to join the mega stars but has been recognised for playing men of integrity in several films including ‘Gattaca’ in 1997, ‘Deep Impact’ in 1998, ‘The Wishing Tree’ in 1999, and ‘Full Frontal’ in 2002.
Blair has also turned his hand to producing and directing with ‘The Second Coming’ in 1992 multitasking as director, executive producer, co-writer and acting star. The film caused controversy from the portrayal of Jesus Christ coming back to earth as a ‘man of color. Blair also starred and produced in the short film ‘Sister, I’m Sorry’ in 1994 and has also directed five music videos. It’s a shame for white women seeking black men that Blair was married in 1994 with three children and an active member of numerous charitable organizations.
Denzel Washington was born one of three children in Mount Vernon, New York in 1954. His dad was a Pentecostal minister and his mother a beautician. As a teenager Denzel wanted to pursue a career in journalism and registered at FordhamUniversity, however soon became interested in acting after appearing in student dramas. Handsome Denzel attracted many white women seeking black men who came to watch him perform. After graduating he moved to San Francisco enrolling at the A.C.T. (American Conservatory Theatre) but left one year later to find acting work. Denzel’s screen presence and acting versatility ensured that he was offered parts in numerous television programs. The movie ‘Carbon Copy’ in 1981 with George Segal was his first big break. Denzel worked in both television and movies throughout the 1980s and was selected for the prestigious part of “Dr. Chandler” in the hit medical series “St. Elsewhere” in 1982. Denzel’s movie career began to be recognized when in 1989 he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in Edward Zwick’s powerful historical highly acclaimed ‘Glory’ in 1989, for the portrayal of the runaway slave “Tripp”.
White women seeking black men enjoyed many of Denzels movies; ‘Philadelphia’ and ‘The Pelican Brief’ in 1993; ‘Crimson Tide’ in 1995; ‘The Preacher’s Wife’ in 1996 and Courage Under Fire in 1996 were some big deal movies that Denzel co-starred in during the 90s. He was nominated for Oscars for Best Actor for films ‘Malcolm X’ in 1992, and ‘The Hurricane’ in 1999, before he finally winning one in 2002 for the powerful masterpiece ‘Training Day’ in 2001. His typical parts portrayed a tough, no nonsense, handsome hero in films like ‘Inside Man’ in 2006, ‘The Book of Eli’ in 2010, ‘The Taking of Pelham One Two Three’ in 2009 and ‘Safe House’ in 2012 which once again made him a target for white women seeking black men.
In 2002 Denzel tried his hand at directing and has gained a reputation for being well planned and meticulous, making his first film with ‘Antwone Fisher’ in 2002 then also directed ‘The Great Debaters’ in 2007.Other notable movies that he produced are ‘The Book of Eli’ in 2010 and ‘Safe House’ in 2012.