In 2004, girls everywhere were lusting after Jonathan Bennett, the actor who played Lindsay Lohan's love interest, Aaron Samuels, in the comedy "Mean Girls."
Guest-starring roles in "Smallville" and "Veronica Mars" followed, along with roles next to Hilary Duff in "Cheaper by the Dozen 2" and Amanda Bynes in "Lovewrecked." Since then, the native Ohioan, 32, has been working steadily in Hollywood, keeping a sense of humor about his big break by referring to a quote from the movie on his Twitter page: "I get it ... my hair looks sexy pushed back."
However, Bennett has another new role to add to his resume: teaching spinning at FlyWheel studio in Los Angeles.
"Seeing real results in his own fitness level has always been his motivation for working out in groups. To play it forward and help others, Jonathan became an indoor cycling instructor," his bio page reads. "Behind the pedals, Jonathan brings to the cycling world his positive attitude. He strives to bring out the best in all his riders, leaving them feeling accomplished and ready to face the day."
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