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You Can Take The Girl Out Of The Model, But Not The Model Out Of The Girl

11:00 A.M.  I’m at a casting in midtown for an osteopenia drug. No, it’s not penis related. It’s the last stop, the green room, for osteoporosis. Where did the glamour go, I ask you? I’m surrounded by women in all … Continue reading

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My Fair Lady

What could it possibly be like to be albino? I worked the other day with a young woman the color of wax. She had long, snow white hair folded back into a braid with skin you could see through. No … Continue reading

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It All Depends

I’ve been a model most of my life, and though no longer considered a glamorous one, still feel I’m  first chair, if you will, in the orchestra of flair and fashion. Though my chin has taken a left unassisted by … Continue reading

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Mistaken Identity

Most of the ads we see are not of real people. They’re models and actors only pretending to be. I have a friend who played a homeless man featured on billboards in all the subways and buses. It was a … Continue reading

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