As a cast member on NBC's Heroes Reborn miniseries, Ryan Guzman has been extensively training to get in top shape for his so-far undisclosed role. Check out his Instagram account for the proof. Go ahead. Try not to fall for him. We dare you.
Guzman's splashiest role to date is in The Boy Next Door, produced by and starring Jennifer Lopez. Playing the titular character, Guzman develops an unhealthy obsession with neighbor Claire (Lopez) after a one-night stand.
Prior to charming us with his on-screen roles, he played baseball in high school and college.
Having trained in martial arts since he was still in his single digits, Guzman became a bonafide MMA (mixed martial arts) fighter. We're just grateful he's stayed in shape for his films.
As a former model who has appeared in several commercial campaigns, Guzman still attends shows during Fashion Weeks around the world.
Having never danced professionally before starring in Step Up Revolution, Guzman proved to be a quick study, convincingly playing a founding member of an epic Miami flash-mob trio.
Guzman reprised his role as Sean Asa in the latest Step Up installment, Step Up: All In, establishing himself as the leading man in the dance movie series. Channing who?
Guzman landed his first big TV role on ABC Family's addictive mystery drama. He played Jake, Aria's fourth-season love interest, or, as hardcore Ezria fans know him, that guy who distracted Aria for too long. Can you blame her? Look at him!
We think it might have something to do with his perfect, scruffy-yet-polished facial hair.
Exhibit A: Jennifer Lopez bringing Guzman as her date to the 72nd Annual Golden Globes.
Putting his baseball background to use, Guzman is set to star in the sports flick Everybody Wants Some, from Boyhood writer-director Richard Linklater.
Making generations of Jem fans' dreams come true, Guzman stars as heartthrob Rio in Jon M. Chu's Jem and the Holograms live-action adaptation, set to premiere October 23. No word yet if Rio's signature purple hair will make a cameo.