I couldn't resist this Listography topic, revisiting those Famous Folk that I Used to Fancy.
First there was Tony Curtis. I would fantasise about us getting married. Slightly worryingly, he would have been in his forties and I was a pre-teen. I absolutely adored his character in the Persuaders.
Then there was Pete Duel who played Hannibal Heyes in Alias Smith and Jones. I was devastated when he shot himself.
The next man to get my hormones racing was Tim Matheson (right) with his role in the quest. Looking back, co-star Kurt Russell was far hotter. Maybe it was the slight resemblance to Pete Duel that did it for me.
My affections briefly transferred to 70s teen idol Leif Garrett. He was so beautiful.
There have been many more celebrities that I have admired, had lustful thoughts about or just considered perfect specimens of humanity (recently Tommy Walsh, Mark Dolan, Gary Barlow) but none that I have felt so connected to as these early infatuations as I was growing up. So for my fifth "Famous Folk I Used to Fancy" I will choose my first girl crush - the gorgeous Margaux Hemingway. I loved her eyebrows.