Adam Sexton, age 31
Job: “News Guy”
Single or taken: I’m the proud husband of Hunkette Amanda Grady Sexton.
What’s your idea of the perfect hunky date?
Five nights a week I eat dinner out of a brown paper bag while motoring along the highways and byways of New Hampshire in a news rig, so any time I get to share a sit-down meal with my wife, I’m a happy man.
Any Hollywood hunks you look up to? Hollywood? Not so much. Locally, Frank Alosa. If you listen closely, you can hear his muscles flexing through the radio.
If you could give yourself a hunky new name, what would it be? I’m sorry, but did you see my last name?
Is it hard being such a hunk? A biker woman at a gas station in Epping once ran her hand along the entire length of my arm and said “You’re a good looking man.” Unfortunately, that was the first and last time anyone has said that to me.
How did you become such a hunk anyway? My dad made me start memorizing poetry before I could read.
When I look in the mirror every morning I think: I’m taking this pale skin back to the Irish fishing village where it belongs.
Being named one of Concord’s hunkiest men makes me feel: Rushed? I’ve only lived here since November.