first ever...i would have to say the little boy in free willy.
i think/am pretty certain it was the first movie i ever saw in theaters. so it s not exactly like i had a broad scope of choices back then i loved how attentive he was to willy. that s really what drew me as i remember wishing he had a different hairdo.
really hard to find his pic in the first free willy movie... that was back when dicaprio and the hansons weren t popular...
as i still went to movies on very rare occasions i would say that ANY male-gender main character constituted a potential crush....so anyone fairly cute was enough to constitute a crush that lasted for a week after having seen the movie....
on tv, definitely pierre png. i was allowed to watch tv a lot more especially in the evenings before dinner...time at which they d show sitcoms/dramas...and on saturday night when my parents were out, we watched "tonight with gurmit".....pierre png definitely did it for me. a crush that lasted longer than a week after i saw the movie that is
i also liked ronnie...nicholas lee? impossible to find a pic...my liking for him stopped when in an episode his sister made fun of him because he looked like mickey mouse...upon which i thought: HE DOES!!! that was the end of my ronnie phase but he was still endearing
Last Edit: Mar 22, 2009 11:26:53 GMT -5 by ahliang
For me, it might be April O'Neil or Sailor Moon (well, the black haired one).
But if I have to pick a real live person, it might have been Jessica Alba in the 1995-1996 Flipper series, Natalie Portman in Mars Attacks! (1996) and Larisa Oleynik in "The Secret World of Alex Mack" (1995-). As you can see I had crushes on girls closer to my own age (and Larisa did look a bit like Taylor Hanson, albeit with a cuter button nose).
I remember thinking that Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer were really hot too but they were rarely on TV and no one in my family had fashion magazines, so my early celebrity crushes tended to be more "hot girl next door" types on tv than supermodels over a decade older than me.
Although it was much later, I never really got into Britney - I have and always will be more of a Christina fan.
I'm a distant cousin of Singaporean pop sensation Dìck Lee. Bruce would have been a lot cooler but I'll take it.