Okay, so he's not exactly Baptiste Giabiconi, but Fallon's boyish good looks and smoldering glower show a certain adeptness for the lens that's uncommon for most comedians. But, the real gem here is the incredibly cheesy Calvin Klein ad that Fallon himself addressed in a 2001 interview with Paper magazine.
“I really snuck that one in there. When it was all done, no one made fun of me or anything. As a comedian, you don’t really think that you’re good-looking, so when someone asks you if you’d like to model Calvin Klein, you’re like, ‘Oh my God, yes — yes, I want the billboard to be right over the Improv.’ I wanted people walking in to be like, ‘When is it all going to end for that guy? He is the luckiest man on earth.’ I mean, this is ridiculous.”
Check out the infamous ad Fallon's referring to as well as the rest of his secret modeling portfolio here.