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'Angel' hunk David takes 'sexiest vampire' crown from Robert Pattinson in our poll

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His small screen show ended in 2004, but readers clearly haven't forgotten David Boreanaz. He took the top spot in our 'sexiest on screen vampire' poll, with 34 per cent of the vote
 

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Twilight hunk actor Robert Pattinson – aka Edward Cullen - was narrowly beaten into second place – by a mere 22 votes
 

27 AUGUST 2009

He's undoubtedly one of the hottest young stars in Hollywood right now and he's recently been voted sexiest man alive. But for  hellomagazine.com readers, Robert Pattinson is not the 'sexiest on-screen vampire'.

Voting has now closed on our online poll to find out who you think best pulls off the blood sucker look – which had you clicking in your thousands. And the shock results are in: Robert has been beaten into second place by Angel star David Boreanaz – by a mere 22 votes.

Twilight actor Rob – who portrays enigmatic Edward Cullen in the film - might be the man of the moment, but our readers clearly haven't forgotten David's turn as Angel. He sent female hearts aflutter when he first appeared on screens in Buffy The Vampire Slayer in 1997.

He proved so popular as Sarah Michelle Geller's vampire love interest, he was given his own series, which ran until 2004.

David swooped off with the top spot in our poll, gathering 34 per cent of the vote, while Rob took 33 per cent.

Readers have obviously been tuning into new series True Blood, judging by the results of our vote too. Two actors from the show made up our top five, with Swedish hunk Alexander Skarsgard's portrayal of vampire sheriff Eric Northman coming in third with 11 per cent, and Stephen Moyer's old-fashioned southern gentleman vampire Bill Compton taking fifth.

They were separated by fourth-placed Brad Pitt, who played the title role in 1994 flick Interview With The Vampire. His co-star in the flick Tom Cruise finished in sixth.

Bringing up the rear in our vote were James Marsters, who played vampire villian Spike in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Gary Oldman – the creepy count in Bram Stoker's Dracula and Antonio Banderas, also in Interview With A Vampire.

And less popular was Wesley Snipes' butt-kicking half vampire, half human, from the Blade films. He finished in tenth place.

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