Most handsome New Zealand men. Photo: KnowInsiders
Most handsome New Zealand men. Photo: KnowInsiders

New Zealand is home to beautiful tourist spots, including the Abel Tasman National Park, Kaikoura and the Milford Sound, and beautiful citizens.

Here is the list of the 15 most handsome living men who are of Kiwi descent, are citizens of New Zealand or were born in the Oceanian country.

1. Dan Carter - former All Black

2. Richie McCaw - former All Black

3. Sonny Bill Williams - All Black

4. Ben Boyce - Comedian/presenter

5. Joseph Parker - Boxer

6. Stan Walker - Musician

7. Peter Burling - Helmsman

8. Malakai Fekitoa - All Black

9. Jono Pryor - Comedian/presenter

10. Kieran Reid - All Black

11. Dai Henwood - Comedian

12. Clint Randell - Radio presenter

13. Max Key - Musician

14. Guy Williams - Comedian

15. Bill English - Politician

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1. Dan Carter - former All Black

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Photo: Pinterest

Dan Carter is the world's highest point scorer in test matches in Rugby Union and is viewed by many fans and experts as the best fly-half in rugby history. He is one of only two players to have received the prestigious IRB Player of the Year award three times, in 2005, 2012 and 2015 respectively.

He won the Rugby World Cup two consecutive times with the All Blacks, in 2011 and 2015, becoming one of only twenty other players who have won the competition twice. In 2015, in the Rugby World Cup Final match against Australia, he was named Man of the Match for his outstanding performance, having successfully kicked four penalties, two conversions and a drop goal.

2. Richie McCaw - former All Black

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Photo: Sporty.co.nz

Richie McCaw, in full Richard Hugh McCaw, (born December 31, 1980, Oamaru, North Otago district, South Island, New Zealand), New Zealand rugby player who competed in a world-record 148 Test (international) matches and led his country’s national team, the All Blacks, to two Rugby Union World Cups (2011 and 2015).

3. Sonny Bill Williams - All Black

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Photo: GiveMeSport

The impressive Sonny Bill Williams has achieved amazing things in his sporting career: he has been a dual international and national and international champion across different sports including rugby, rugby league and boxing. Williams first signed with New Zealand Rugby in 2010, earned his first All Blacks cap that year before being part of the two Rugby World Cup winning sides in 2011 and 2015. In 2016, Williams joined the All Blacks Sevens team and went to Rio for the Olympics. Injury cut his tournament short and prevented him from appearing again for the All Blacks last year. Williams has previously played Super Rugby with the Crusaders and Chiefs before joining the Blues in 2017. Williams played in Australia's National Rugby League from 2002-08 and again in 2013-14. Away from rugby, his family-focused social media posts are hugely popular with fans and he is also involved in charity work.

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4. Ben Boyce - Comedian/presenter

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Photo: Pinterest

Multi-award winner Ben Boyce makes up half of TV and radio’s highly-rated comedy duo Jono and Ben. With his quirky and fun style along with his upbeat, friendly and youthful attitude, Ben brings excitement to his voice work. Not to mention, as one of NZ’s absolute favourite comedians Ben’s voice is already so familiar to so many Kiwis!

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5. Joseph Parker - Boxer

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Photo: Ringside Report

Joseph Dennis Parker, OM (born 9 January 1992), is a New Zealand professional boxer of Samoan heritage. He held the WBO heavyweight title from 2016 to 2018, and previously multiple regional heavyweight championships including the WBO Oriental, Africa, and Oceania titles; as well as the PABA, OPBF, and New Zealand titles. As an amateur he represented New Zealand at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in the super-heavyweight division, and narrowly missed qualification for the 2012 Summer Olympics.[

6. Stan Walker - Musician

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Photo: RNZ

Stan Walker is a pop singer from New Zealand with an R&B style who rose to fame as the winner of Australian Idol in 2009 and topped the charts shortly thereafter with his debut single, "Black Box." Born on October 23, 1990, in Melbourne, Australia, he grew up in New Zealand and is of Maori descent. Walker made his Australian Idol debut in the audition round of the seventh season, where he performed a version of John Legend's "Ordinary People." As he advanced from one round to the next in the weeks that followed, he proved himself a talented R&B singer and garnered heaps of praise from the judges, including guests Joel Madden, Benji Madden, Michael Bublé, and Pete Wentz.

7. Peter Burling - Helmsman

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Photo: Sport Breezer

Peter Burling MNZM (born 1 January 1991) is a New Zealand sailor who won the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics, and the silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics as helm in the 49er class alongside Blair Tuke. Burling with Blair Tuke was Olympic flag bearer for New Zealand at the 2016 Olympics. They are just the 4th New Zealand flagbearer to win a gold medal at the same Olympics. At age 25, Burling is the youngest ever 49er Olympic gold medal skipper.

8. Malakai Fekitoa - All Black

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Photo: Ruby Pass

Position: Midfield Back Born: 10/5/92 Physical: 1.87m, 99kg (6'1", 218lb) Test Debut: v England at Auckland, 7 June 2014 Malakai Fekitoa only started playing rugby as a teenager. His talent and 'x-factor' quickly became evident, and he has developed into a powerful midfielder for the Highlanders and the All Blacks. He formed a successful partnership with Ryan Crotty in 2016. Fekitoa has earned praise for his powerful running, abrasive defence and hunger to learn more and improve his game. The All Blacks selectors came calling in 2014 after the Tongan-born Fekitoa went from strength to strength in his debut season for the Highlanders and became eligible to play for New Zealand that season. Fekitoa appeared for the Tongan sevens team as a schoolboy. He attended Wesley College, which has produced 10 All Blacks including Rugby World Cup legend Jonah Lomu. He is one of 14 children.

9. Jono Pryor - Comedian/presenter

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Photo: Stuff.co.uk

Jonathan Richard "Jono" Pryor is a New Zealand radio and television personality best known as the host of his eponymous TV show The Jono Project on C4. Pryor has worked for The Rock radio station for over 10 years. He currently hosts the drive show, formerly with Robert Taylor until May 2014 when Ben Boyce replaced Taylor. In 2012, Pryor began co-hosting Jono and Ben at Ten on TV3 alongside Boyce. In 2015, the show moved to prime time at 7:30pm, re-branded as Jono and Ben.

10. Kieran Reid - All Black

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Photo: Planet Rugby

Kieran Read (born 26 October 1985) is a rugby union player for the Crusaders in the Super Rugby competition and New Zealand internationally. He was the IRB Player of the Year in 2013, and a member of team that won the 2011 Rugby World Cup. He supplanted Rodney So'oialo as the All Blacks first-choice number 8 in 2009, and can also play blind-side flanker.

11. Dai Henwood - Comedian

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Photo: Stuff.co.nz

Stand-up comedian well known for his hosting duties on a number of TV3 network television shows including Roll The Dai and Dai's Protege. He has recorded DVDs by the names of Dai Another Day and Adapt or Dai. He would also star in 7 Days and Family Feud.

12. Clint Randell - Radio presenter

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Photo: IMDb

Clinton Randell is an actor, known for The Kick (2014), Venus and Mars (2015) and The Project (2017).

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13. Max Key - Musician

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Photo: Youtube

Max Key was born on May 25, 1995 (age 26) in New Zealand. He is a celebrity dj. His genre is Dance/electronic. His popular songs are Paradise2016, All the Way2017 and Fantasy2017.

14. Guy Williams - Comedian

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Photo:Stuff.co.nz

An exceptionally handsome and charismatic performer with a serene baritone voice, Guy Williams was born Armand Joseph Catalano (nicknamed "Armando" by his family) of Italian parentage in New York City on January 14, 1924. The elder child of an insurance broker (he had a younger sister, Valerie), he was raised in the Washington Heights area. Attending Peekskill Military Academy during his formative years, he originally broke into the entertainment field as a male fashion model. Guy subsequently joined New York's Neighborhood Playhouse, which led to such TV assignments as Studio One (1948), and he debuted in films with a featured role as the bombardier on the Enola Gay in the feature film The Beginning or the End (1947), the story about the first US-deployed atom bomb.

15. Bill English - Politician

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Rt Hon Sir William (Bill) English served New Zealand and the National Party since his election to Parliament in 1990, in 2018 he was honoured as a Knight Companion, New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to the state.

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