Well, Dr. Anthony Fauci can add ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ to his resume.
The Guardian is drumming up interest for a new documentary on Fauci. According to the New York Post, “the documentary co-directed by Emmy winners John Hoffman and Janet Tobias was released Friday. It’s billed as an intimate look into the life of Fauci, whose career spanned seven presidents and was bookended by two pandemics including HIV and COVID-19.”
The Guardian posted the following message on Instagram:
‘The sexiest man alive.’ Anthony Fauci, an 80-year-old scientist, doctor and public servant, has become an unlikely cult hero for millions of people during the Covid pandemic. The US diseases expert has been spoofed by Brad Pitt and lauded as the ‘sexiest man alive’. Now the pop culture phenomenon is the focus of a documentary, appropriately titled: Fauci.
“At the core of Tony’s popularity is that people intuit that this is a man who is speaking the truth and will not let anything stand in the way,” says John Hoffman, the co-director of a new documentary.
“Tony is the signal amid the noise. People are able to sense that there’s a lot of noise and their ears are trying to find the signal and Tony is the signal.”
Conservative radio host Dana Loesch shared her thoughts on Twitter.