Senator Scott Brown might be best-known for his 1982 Cosmo spread, but he spent more than a decade striking poses. The Boston Herald caught up with some of the ghosts-from-Brown's-modeling-past. Maggie Trichon of Maggie Inc. represented Brown, noting he was "drop-dead gorgeous."
"Scott just came to life in front of the camera," Trichon said. She also mentioned that he had "excellent hands," with "straight fingers, perfect nails" and ability to "hold things correctly."
Photographer Carolyn Ross recalled, "He wasn't too pretty-boy and wasn't too gruff."
But some of Brown's colleagues remember him un-fondly: male model Jake Tedaldi said Brown was "a little full of himself."