I loved these guys! They were so revealing and so insightful. There is so many great men in the world

We talked about wild sex in a theatre and the sweetness of love.

I have learned to measure myself much more in what’s my shit in a relationship. I have been seeing someone for a while and he calls me on my shit. I can’t think of a better word than shit. Sorry, that’s what it is… smelly stuff that you step in when you are not watching or present. I think I learned that from one of my great master teachers… the great sage Reba Levitt.

I really have to remember it’s not about me. Although sometimes it is.

Do you love me like I love me? Or do you love me the way I love you? Because you love me? Cause I love you. Or do we both just love you?

I love you the more in that I believe you had liked me for my own sake and for nothing else.
John Keats

Steve Mittleman

I’ve been a comedian for 39 years now. I still love making people laugh and using my brain. My passion is to help the world get healthy. We should have 7.3 billion fit people. We are not here to be addicted to fat fake foods. We are real and are here to eat the whole foods nature provides.

Occupation: Comedian

Relationship Status: Taken

Sign: Scorpio

Favorite Food: Fruit

Celebrity Doppelganger: Daniel Stern

 

 

Phillip Proctor

I sent you my bio.
Phil is an award-winning actor, singer, writer and producer and a founding member of the thrice-Grammy-nominated and Library of Congress celebrated Firesign Theatre comedy group. He’s played on Broadway and off-Broadway, in regional theatres and is a 15-year member of North Hollywood’s celebrated Antaeus Classical Ensemble. He’s won a Theatre World and an LA Weekly and Drama Critics’ award, was cited as Best Actor by the LA Free Press, and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for the Emmy-winning Rugrats as Howard. He’s appeared in scores of films, radio and TV shows and voices the Drunken French Monkey in the Dr. Dolittle series, Seahorse Bob in Finding Nemo, and the evil Dr. Vidic in the blockbuster Assassin’s Creed game, as well as numerous roles in the Golden Age of Pulp Fiction audio books and Blackstone’s Zorro and Die Snow White! Die, Damn You! He currently co-stars in the independent comic thriller, Window of Opportunity, performs in a one-man reading of Don Quixote with the L.A. Guitar Quartet and toured in Agatha Christie’s The BBC Murders as detective Hercule Poirot among other roles. www.planetproctor.com

Occupation: actor/writer/voice-over artist

Relationship Status: Happily Married

Sign: LEO, like all my wives…

Favorite Food: Everything

Celebrity Doppelganger: Jack Lemon