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This is the year Milo Ventimiglia became a dad — at least on TV.

The 39-year-old actor already enjoyed a reputation as a Hollywood heartthrob, playing younger parts like those of irresistibly brooding teen Jess Mariano on “Gilmore Girls” and empath Peter Petrelli on “Heroes.” But he finally got to act his age for the role of Jack Pearson, a father who — after the death of one of his newborn triplets — decides to adopt an orphaned baby on the premiere episode of NBC’s “This Is Us.”

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5 new pics, the rest u can find: here


the first is really funny, they are cute together




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another new photoshooting and he looks so good, the pics are really great






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Milo Ventimiglia knows one of the biggest secrets of NBC’s “This Is Us”: When and how his fan-favorite character Jack is going to die. But just because we already know Jack Pearson will suffer an untimely fate, that doesn’t mean the character is going anywhere.

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dear god have mercy, and I really like the mustache this time :D
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When the trailer for This Is Us—NBC’s much-talked aboutParenthood meets Modern Family-esque drama—was first released in May 2016, it was an instant hit: The video scored a staggering 15 million Facebook views in just the first 48 hours. It’s hard to remember a time in recent TV history that a new show has drawn so much interest before it’s even premiered. But stars Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia aren’t surprised about the family drama's wide-spread appeal. "There's something for everybody in [This Is Us],” says Moore. Adds Ventimiglia: “There's something about this show that pulls people together because it's inclusive of age, of race, of gender, of every walk of life, and I think there couldn’t be a more perfect time with the [current] state of the world."

They're right, but we think the undeniable chemistry between Moore and Ventimiglia—who play husband and wife (relationship goals)—also helps. In person, they’re so comfortable with each other that it’s surprising to learn they only recently met at their screen test. But, as fate would have it, they nearly crossed paths more than a decade prior. It’s a story kind of like This Is Us—just when you think you have things planned out, life intervenes. Here, the charismatic duo fill us in on their first meeting, their biggest hurdles in life, and finding true happiness.

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