Sexy aliens: 15 heavenly bodies from sci-fi

We love these out-of-this-world characters who are both super attractive and from other planets! Some examples include Tricia Helfer’s character in Battlestar Galactica, Jane Fonda in Barbarella, Billy Dee Williams in The Empire Strikes Back, and Jeff Bridges in Starman who look like Sexy aliens.

1. Superman


Played by: Henry Cavill

Films: Justice League (2017), Man of Steel (2013),  Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Superman Returns  and Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021)

The British version of the all-American hero, inspired by Krypton, wears a super suit that shows off their chest and looks cool.

2. Mr. Spock

Mr. Spock
Mr. Spock

Played by: Zachary Quinto

Films: Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Spock usually prefers logic over emotions, but that doesn’t stop us from being a bit intrigued by his well-defined features.

3. Inara


Played by: Morena Baccarin

Show: Firefly (2002–03)

Film: Serenity (2005)

Tough, self-aware, and attractive sex workers have a long history in Hollywood’s depiction of the Old West (movies like Stagecoach, Destry Rides Again, Unforgiven, and others). Inara, a companion serving the elite, ventured into the outer space frontier in Joss Whedon’s beloved cult space Western.

4. Xev Bellringer

Xev Bellringer
Xev Bellringer

Played by: Xenia Seeberg

Show: Lexx (1997)

Created to be an ideal wife, the character Xev was played by different actresses throughout the four seasons of Lexx. However, Seeberg was the only one who underwent a process called the Lusticon, designed to turn her into a being meant for sexual servitude. Do we need to explain further?

5. Max and Isabel Evans

Max and Isabel Evans
Max and Isabel Evans

Played by: Jason Behr and Katherine Heigl

Show: Roswell (1999–2002)

These royal twins, despite their icy appearance, possessed touch-based abilities, many of which could be employed as aphrodisiacs. Isabel could arrange the ideal mood for a date at any time, from lighting candles and playing music to customizing her lipstick and nail color. Max could even make his girlfriend’s skin sparkle with touch. How could we not give in?

6. Marta, the Orion dancing girl

Marta, the Orion dancing girl
Marta, the Orion dancing girl

Played by: Yvonne Craig

Show: Star Trek: The Original Series (1969)

Years ago, geeks got a good look at this green temptress, but Leia wasn’t the first captive woman in space—her metal bikini from the moment she strangled Jabba to death gets all the cosplay attention. Despite her limited appearances in 1969, her vampy combination of Mary Ann, Ginger, and the Wicked Witch was memorable enough to make an impact. Bonus: Craig costarred as Batgirl in the television adaptation of Batman and had sex with the King in two Elvis Presley films.

7. Caprica Six, D’Anna Biers, and Sharon “Boomer” Agathon


Played by: Tricia Helfer, Lucy Lawless, and Grace Park

Show: Battlestar Galactica (2004–2009)

This robotic trio is the epitome of cerebral villainy; they have been tormenting humankind ever since their fellow Cylons destroyed humanity in a full-scale conflict. (Alright, so Boomer isn’t entirely evil, but she has done some terrible things.)

8. Seven of Nine


Played by: Jeri Ryan

Shows: Star Trek: Voyager (1997–2001) and Star Trek: Picard (2020–present)

The baggy outfits worn by Starfleet members are nothing compared to the extravagantly adorned catsuit Ryan donned when he joined the Starship Voyager crew as a Borg refugee.

9. Barbarella

Played by: Jane Fonda

Film: Barbarella (1968)

Jane Fonda was the sci-fi siren of the swinging ’60s, and she answered the call. Take a peek at the opening credits—sultry is, well, sultry.

10. Lando Calrissian

Lando Calrissian
Lando Calrissian

Played by: Billy Dee Williams

Films: Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Star Wars: Episode VI—Return of the Jedi (1983), and Star Wars: Episode IX — The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

Played by: Donald Glover

Film: Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

There’s no denying this former hustler and Cloud City administrator’s extraterrestrial swagger. Just take a listen to this flirtatious statement: “You look stunning. You do belong here, among the skies, among us.” That would be perfect for a typical sports bar on the clouds.

11. Starman


Played by: Jeff Bridges

Film: Starman (1984)

Bridges, who is as soft and dainty as a newborn duck, was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of an alien stranded in the body of a widow (Karen Allen). She must, of course, take him on a road trip to meet up with his mothership, falling in love in the process. Easily the cutest of John Carpenter’s films, mostly because of Bridges’ innocent, wide-eyed gaze.

12. Sil


Played by: Natasha Henstridge

Film: Species (1995)

A woman made of DNA codes from space who enjoys having sex and isn’t at all uncomfortable being nude? What does it matter if she later murders her partner? It was a worthwhile purchase for a lot of cinema buffs.

13. Princess Aura

Princess Aura
Princess Aura

Played by: Ornella Muti

Film: Flash Gordon (1980)

Aura was accustomed to having her wish granted, having been the daughter of Mongo’s ruler Ming the Merciless (Charles Middleton). Fortunately for us, her want was for skimpy clothing, which would make her an even more appealing target for Earthly QB heroes with dimwitted attitudes.

14. The Doctor

The Doctor
The Doctor

Played by: Christopher Eccleston

Show: Doctor Who (2005)

The time-travelling Doctor, who was once a bit scary and a bit weird, received a modern makeover for this revival of the beloved British science fiction series. Furthermore, Eccleston portrays him as a multifaceted Puck. In addition, a well-made leather coat never goes out of style.

15. Serleena

Played by: Lara Flynn Boyle

Film: Men in Black II (2002)

Ms. Boyle’s alien baddie brought the slink-and-seductive to this Will Smith sequel.

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