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Even though Henney is still single and usually tight-lipped about his personal life, he did opened up about the type of girl that could potentially win his affection. Check out our interview below: Since this is a spinoff from “Criminal Minds”, what can viewers expect from this series?Well, there’s going to be a lot of the same models used in terms of how the episodes are structured, which has worked for years for “Criminal Minds” and we definitely don’t want to change that, but it’s much more interesting that we’re doing a different country every episode.So you’re dealing with different cultures, different story lines, because you have to take into consideration what happens when you walk through different worlds, what things can happen, good or bad, what protocol we have to deal with as profilers.Everything changes when you cross international borders, so it’s a challenge for us as actors to figure out what we can and can’t do in a certain country.On behalf of the entire Haikus On Hotties team, you're welcome, and have a nice day!Ada Tseng is a writer/editor who has contributed to XFINITY Asia, Public Radio International, NBC News Asian America, LA Weekly, Asia Pacific Arts and more! This Bean Pole commercial from 2005: To me, exploding people's outdated stereotypes with this kind of undeniable, stop-dead-in-your-tracks hotness is about more than just superficial pleasures (not to downplay the importance of superficial pleasures).It's also about expanding the spectrum of possibility.

On one hand, these are creatives working in the entertainment industry who have been directly affected by mainstream Hollywood's lack of imagination when it comes to stereotypical portrayals of Asian American men.I was very lucky because we had a lot of amazing consultants and guys onset (who were) former FBI agents and some are still working with the bureau.It’s really simple when you can turn to them and ask them any question that comes to mind which is very important for roles like these because we don’t know if we’re doing things the right way.If there's space in Hollywood to explore the plights of your typical onscreen nerdy Asian male who can't get a date, but there's also space for a Daniel Henney (who, in addition to looking like that, has proved himself to be a pretty reliable actor over the years), then hopefully we're carving out more space for everyone in between.So if you need more Asian American hotties in your lives, check out our just-launched Kickstarter, where you can get a teaser of our 2017 hotties, including Master of None's Gerrard Lobo, who penned a touching haiku filled with traditional nature imagery like moonlight, wood, and "brown town." All proceeds from #Haikus On Hotties are going to support Angry Asian Man, which you already know is a really good cause because you are here reading his site right now. Your contributions also allow for improvised moments of Asian American artistic synergy, such as when a shirtless Gerrard Lobo and photographer An Rong Xu, after they were done taking the planned sexy lumberjack photo, happened to come across some spare gardening tools and plants in need of tending -- and intuitively understood what else needed to happen before they packed up for the day.

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