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12. Charlie Pace
The heroin addiction and blubbering obsession over Claire and her baby got old real quick, but the man is a grungy British rock star oozing plenty of hot-and-troubled drama. When he let himself drown to save the rest of the island, it was a sad, sad day.
The epitome of cool and collected, Jacob holds the knowledge and secrets of the island behind those magnificent eyes. Of course, maybe if he would actually explain a few more of those secrets, we could give him a higher placement.
Although one of the two most reviled characters in the history of the show, we can't deny the fact that the man is a Brazilian god. If only he wasn't used for some lame throwaway episode, Paulo's soccer-player looks could have been used for good.
9. Boone Carlyle
He looks like your run-of-the-mill douchebag who is secretly in love with his sister, but Boone proved to be rather rugged when he sacrificed himself to ensure the safety of the rest of the island by refusing to let Jack chop off his leg. Plus, he's played by a male model.
8. Richard Alpert
The island's answer to Dick Clark has kept his youthful good looks for more than a century. His secret? Guyliner.
7. Mr. Eko
Another example of the strong, silent type, Eko has a soulful streak and a violent past. Not a man you'd want to tussle with, Eko walks softly and carries a big stick (and we're being literal there).
6. Jin Kwon
Desmond and Penny? Charlie and Claire? Jate and Skate? Feh! The Kwons were (are?) Lost's hands-down sweetest, sexiest (and, ultimately, most heart-breaking) star-crossed lovers, with Jin as the strong, mostly silent half of a married couple who made good on the promise "'Til death do us part."
5. Daniel Faraday
Sure, he's a little twitchy and geeky, but smart is sexy, right? And if you're smart enough invented time travel, that has to make you ultra-sexy. And brains aside, not just anyone can pull off the skinny-tie look on a tropical island.
4. Jack Shephard
What is there to say? He's rugged. He's handsome. He's a doctor. He's a rapidly evolving character throughout the series, going from the suicidal pits of despair, to heroically saving his fellow castaways. There isn't much he can't do, and there's not much we don't want to see him do either.
3. Sayid Jarrah
Ruthless, quiet, severe, and somehow undeniably charming. Sayid takes the tall, dark, and handsome type to a whole new level with his ability to be sensitive one episode and shoot a child the next.
2. James "Sawyer" Ford
Charismatic bad boy? Check. Charming southern gentleman? Check. Cynical wise-ass, die-hard romantic, con man, lawman, and himbo man-candy? Oh, hell, yeah: Sawyer was Lost's indispensible heartthrob, the type of all-purpose hunk who could make even sex in a stinky polar-bear cage seem pretty damn hot.
1. Desmond Hume
When we first met Desmond, he was a crazy, drunken Scotsman who lived down in a hole. Granted, some find that sort of guy sexy, but he really blossomed into a romantic icon when we learned of his unwavering devotion to the love of his life, Penny. He's also a master of time, space, and dimension, which has got to count for something.