I first discovered masculine 28-year-old British actor Reggie Yates when I saw him in his brief stint on the UK science fiction series, Doctor Who. Turns out that Reggie has been acting since he was 10-years-old and still works regularly to this day.

Not only did he recently star alongside Discreet City fave Ashley Walters in the horror-drama film Demons Never Die, he also hosts the UK version of The Voice and provides the voice of a Rastafarian mystery solving rodent on the children’s animated show, Rastamouse. When he’s not dating beautiful women like singer Kelly Rowland and model Jourdan Dunn, you can also hear Reggie’s great voice on his very show on BBC Radio One.

Recently we’ve featured him in our Extreme Workout Series, showing off his new six-pack. Since then, the young man hosted a much needed documentary exposing the rough life that teens in Britain face by the rise of gangs in the area.

Not only does he interview various youths, he fulfills his image as a positive role model by going out of his way to help them get their lives back on track. This is a must-see documentary that shows life is full of negative influences and struggle no matter what country you’re from.