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5 Celebrities Who Could Play Ryan Lochte In A Movie… From The Neck Down (Photos)

Ryan Lochte

Let’s face it ladies: the best part of the Summer Olympics has absolutely got to be swimming races. While European tourists have done much harm to the itty-bitty speedo (or banana hammock, if you will) on the East Coast beaches of our beautiful country, there are does on the national swim team that have done the speedo much justice. Go Team USA is right!

One of our favorite Olympic athletes this year is without a doubt Ryan Locthe. While 2008 might have been Michael Phelps’ year, 2012 totally belongs to Ryan. And as a treat for all of you fantastic Babble readers out there, we’ve compiled a photo gallery of the top celebrity dads we think would do a great job playing Ryan in a movie. And of course by playing him, we mean by the neck down. It’s not like you really see much of their faces behind their caps and googles anyhow, right? * Wink *

Check out our photo gallery and tell us, who do you think has the best swimmer-like physique to play Ryan? My vote goes to… Matt Bomer!


  • Matt Bomer 1 of 5
    Matt Bomer
    After seeing him in "Magic Mike" he's got our vote too! Matt would making wearing a speedo look good, too.
  • Chris Hemsworth 2 of 5
    Chris Hemsworth
    Chris might be a little too much on the buff side to be a swimmer, but we still wanted to include him in our list. :-)
  • David Beckham 3 of 5
    David Beckham
    Ok, so David might be a little on the older side, but with his physique, he would still do a good job. Plus, David's young at heart, isn't he?
  • Jared Padalecki 4 of 5
    Jared Padalecki
    Supernatural in the swimming pool? I wouldn't doubt it.
  • Ryan Phillippe 5 of 5
    Ryan Phillippe
    In some ways, Ryan can pass as Ryan Lochte from both above and below the neck. Am I not right? LOL

Photos via PacificCoastNews.com

Check out more of what Joanna says at The Bambulino Project Blog

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