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For those of you who don't have an idea who the hell he is, let's just say that Angus MacGyver was the ultimate craftsman. The role of the secret agent slash inventor with a fondness for duct tape and Swiss army knives was played by 35-year-old actor Richard Dean Anderson, who certainly didn't look like he was in his mid-30s at that time.
More than the character's knack for jury-rigging—building something using only materials present—and all his MacGyverisms, Anderson's good looks inarguably helped the show last for seven seasons (19885-1992) and be etched in the minds of viewers everywhere.
Here's good ol' Mr. MacGyver now, age 65, as photographed by the Daily Mail:
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Photo via Daily Mail
Yes, that's Anderson, doing his grocery shopping in an unspecified store somewhere in Malibu, California. He last appeared on TV two years ago in the sitcom Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 as himself. Other than that, no one really knows a whole lot about what he's been up to these days.
Our hero has obviously put on a couple of pounds, but his smirk tells us that he couldn't care less about his physique at this stage in his life. Besides, he still looks better than most men his age. God speed, MacGyver!
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