There are certain things you'd expect a Fear Factor winner to do with his earnings, like blow them on a monster truck, or eat them. Or, most obviously, start a menswear company. Enter Hyden Yoo.
Though perhaps most famous for suckling a goat's teat on national TV, Yoo's now carving a more savory rep with a line of button-downs equally suited for work/pleasure -- cut short enough to wear un-tucked with jeans, but not so short that raising an arm during a meeting'd expose your tender back bacon. Your style options
Convertible: Spread collar, with barrel cuffs that can be modified into link-ready French cuffs quicker than you can say, "I completely forgot about my own wedding"
Slim: Darts (pinched fabric) in the back facilitate a slimming look, a must-have feature for the stylish/fat
Soho: Slightly oversized collars/cuffs give these a 70s European look, a siren song for women questing after a stinky, uncircumcised wang.
Hybrid: A button placket hides that fact that this shirt sports only three buttons, allowing you to pull it on quickly like a polo. Not to be worn with clip-on tie.
Yoo's also developed a line of outerwear, but unlike the shirts it's only available in stores -- where you might run into Yoo, who'll offer you a free wardrobe if you can power through a garbage can full of tarantulas.