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The Kid Who Played Ralphie In 'A Christmas Story' Is Actually Hot Now (Photos)

If you're a fan of holiday movies, there's a good chance you've watched "A Christmas Story" on more than one occasion.

When I was growing up, this classic film was always a staple in my house during the holiday season, and it will forever be one of my favorite Christmas films.

Let's face it, how could you not love that adorable character Ralphie played by Peter Billingsley?

It's been a while since we've seen Billingsley rocking around the Christmas tree in a pink bunny suit, stuffing bars of soap in his mouth and shooting his eye out with a "Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle."

But you'll be glad to know we recently came across a few photos of this guy and at the age of 44, Billingsley has reached the peak of adulthood and he's actually kind of hot.

I know, it may seem hard to believe Ralphie could have turned into a seasoned stud, but there is definitely something alluring about this blue-eyed babe.

Take a look at the pictures below to see what Peter Billingsley from "A Christmas Story" looks like now.

Remember Ralphie from the classic holiday movie, "A Christmas Story"?

You know, that cute kid played by Peter Billingsley who wanted a BB gun for Christmas...

...and ended up shooting his eye out?

Well, it's been a long time since Billingsley melted our hearts in that classic 1983 Christmas film...

...but age has clearly been kind to our beloved Ralphie.

At the age of 44, this dude is actually pretty f*cking hot.

I know, who would have thought that dorky little kid...

...would grow up to be such a silver fox?

I mean seriously, just look at the dadbod on this stud.

It must have been his strict diet of chocolate Ovaltine.

Thank goodness he didn't shoot those mesmerizing blue eyes out in real life.

It's not hard to see Billingsley will always have a special place in his heart for the holiday season.

In addition to "A Christmas Story," he also appeared in the movie "Elf"... one of Santa's workers, Ming.

I don't think any of us would be disappointed to find this dude waiting beneath the tree on Christmas morning.