And when it was told him that Antony and Dolabella were in a plot against him, he said he did not fear such fat, luxurious men, but rather the pale, lean fellows, meaning Cassius and Brutus
Plt Caesar Chapter 62: Caesar murdered; preliminaries

Antony grew up a very beautiful youth
Plt Antony Chapter 2: His mother, his youth

Curio, a man abandoned to his pleasures; who, to make Antony's dependence upon him a matter of greater necessity, plunged him into a life of drinking and dissipation, and led him through a course of such extravagance, that he ran, at that early age, into debt to the amount of two hundred and fifty talents.
Plt Antony Chapter 2: His mother, his youth

In all the great and frequent skirmishes and battles, he gave continual proofs of his personal valor and military conduct;
Plt Antony Chapter 3: In Judea and Egypt

He had also a very good and noble appearance; his beard was well grown, his forehead large, and his nose aquiline, giving him altogether a bold, masculine look, that reminded people of the faces of Hercules in paintings and sculptures.
Plt Antony Chapter 4: Good-looking and generous

And his generous ways, his open and lavish hand in gifts and favors to his friends and fellow-soldiers, did a great deal for him in his first advance to power
Plt Antony Chapter 4: Good-looking and generous

It is related that, drinking all night at the wedding of Hippias, the comedian, on the morning, having to harangue the people, he came forward, overcharged as he was, and vomited before them all.
Plt Antony Chapter 9: In Rome

his having chariots drawn by lions
Plt Antony Chapter 9: In Rome

So that Cleopatra had great obligations to her for having taught Antony to be so good a servant, he coming to her hands tame and broken into entire obedience to the commands of a mistress.
Plt Antony Chapter 10: Fulvia

It is not," said he, "these well fed, long-haired men that I fear, but the pale and the hungry looking;" meaning Brutus and Cassius.
Plt Antony Chapter 11: Caesar and Antony
By Julius Caesar

"If you can take two yearly tributes, you can doubtless give us a couple of summers, and a double harvest time;" and put it to him in the plainest and boldest way, that Asia had raised two hundred thousand talents for his service: "If this has not been paid to you, ask your collectors for it; if it has, and is all gone, we are ruined men."
Plt Antony Chapter 24: Antony in Asia
By Hybreas

Everybody concurred in promoting this new alliance, fully expecting that with the beauty, honor, and prudence of Octavia, when her company should, as it was certain it would, have engaged his affections, all would be kept in the safe and happy course of friendship.
Plt Antony Chapter 31: Antony marries Octavia

So she feigned to be dying for love of Antony, bringing her body down by slender diet;
Plt Antony Chapter 53: Octavia tries to visit Antony. Cleopatra defers a new war with Parthia

In fine, they so melted and unmanned him, that, fully believing she would die if he forsook her, he put off the war and returned to Alexandria,
Plt Antony Chapter 53: Octavia tries to visit Antony. Cleopatra defers a new war with Parthia

What was once said as a jest, that the soul of a lover lives in someone else's body, he proved to be a serious truth.
Plt Antony Chapter 66: Cleopatra flees, Antony follows her