(Another posting in a long series. Very little about language in this.)
Cut to the chase, Brandon Quinn as Gabe Duncroft in the tv series The Fosters:
A handsome man with a beautiful physique, very fit but not flagrantly ripped.
On the actor, from Wikipedia:
Brandon Quinn (born Brandon Quinn Swierenga October 7, 1977, in Aurora, Colorado) is a television and film actor. He started his career in 1998 as Charles Murphy in the film Express: Aisle to Glory.
He has acted in other TV series and films such as Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Nightmare Room, Big Wolf on Campus, What I Like About You, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Malachance, and Charmed.
On the series, from Wikipedia:
The Fosters is an American family drama television series created by Peter Paige and Bradley Bredeweg for ABC Family (renamed Freeform channel). It follows the lives of the title Foster family led by lesbian couple Stef and Lena, a cop and a school vice-principal respectively, who raise a multi-ethnic blended family that consists of one biological and four adopted children in San Diego, California.
The core cast:
The family is named Foster, and they’re into fostering and adopting kids. A complex web of relationships here, involving the kids and an assortment of their biological families, among which is the character Gabe Duncroft, the biological father of one of the kids, a man of almost inarticulate high masculinity.