Hobbit Dwarf Centerfolds: Bombur, Bofur, Bifur

Yesterday it was the royal hunks, today’s “The Hobbit” dwarf pictorial (via Stuff.co.nz) features three more dwarves who represent a quite different background – the rougher and life loving working class trio of Bombur (Stephen Hunter), Bofur (James Nesbitt) and Bifur (William Kircher). Here’s the description of their characters:

“Born and bred in the West, descendants of coal miners and iron workers, they have joined the Quest for the Lonely Mountain partly to seek their fortune and partly because they were told the beer was free.”

Hunter is a familiar face on Australian and New Zealand television with a role in several episodes of the acclaimed “Love My Way” along with guest starring roles on “All Saints,” “Spirited,” “Mercy Peak” and “Street Legal”.

Irish actor Nesbitt is an outright legend of British television with memorable leading role turns in “Jekyll,” “Cold Feet,” “Ballykissangel,” “Playing the Field,” “Murphy’s Law,” “The Deep” and “Midnight Man” along with various film roles including “Millions,” “Match Point,” “Bloody Sunday,” “Waking Ned,” “Jude,” “Welcome to Sarajevo,” “Five Minutes of Heaven,” “Cherry Bomb” and Ralph Fiennes’ upcoming “Coriolanus”.

Kircher is a veteran New Zealand actor who was a regular on “City Life” and the cop series “Shark in the Park”, along with guest starring roles in the likes of “Xena: Warrior Princess,” “Legend of the Seeker,” “The Enid Blyton Secret Series” and films like “The Last Tattoo” and “Out of the Blue”.