Being Creative, Movies, Fine Dining. The Outdoors, beach, mountains, ALL Sports, MMA, Boxing, College Football and Basketball top the list!
My family on both sides are very athletic and some of us have been professionals in one or more sports so it is in the blood!
MusicLove all types! My High School years, (1970's) AC/DC to Van Halen and everything in between. Rush 2112 is a favorite album! I like Rap, Hip Hop, (Snoop Dogg), Top 40, Country, and don't forget Disco! James Blunt is a current fav, along with, Maroon5, 3 Doors Down, Nickelback, Green Day, etc.. Great Solo Artist, Elton John, George Michael, Christina Aguilera. Big guns n Roses fan! George Clinton is a kick! John Lennon is brilliant! SEXIEST SONGS: Da Ya Think I'm Sexy & Maggie May by ROD STEWART, Suspicious Minds by ELVIS PRESLEY!!!!
Again, wide range of interest.
FOREIGN FILMS: They are generally speaking much more interesting and in depth.
CLASSIC MOVIES: Anything Hitchcock has done and The Wizard Of Oz It was well before it's time.
ANIMATED: Anything Disney current and classic New Dreamworks animated productions.
COMEDY: Favorite are Best In Show (Clever/Great Cast), Caddy Shack (Of Course, I was raised at a Country Club), A Fish Called Wanda (My British Mother Approves) Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks IS Brilliant!) and Any Pink Panther movies.
"BORAT" cracks me up! Paris Hilton "Wax Museum" NOT SO MUCH!!
INTO THIN AIR & INTO THE WILD, by: Jon Krakauer
THE CLIMB, by: Anatoli Boukreev (Head Everest Expedition Guide)
G. Weston DeWalt ...I Love High Altitude Climbing!
SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON'S "THE ENDURANCE" ...The greatest story of survival and will I have ever read!
LONGITUDE, by: Dava Sobel ...The true story of a lone genius who solved the greatest scientific problem of his time.
A FIRST RATE TRAGEDY, by: Diana Preston ...See a bit of a trend? I am fascinated by stories about the race to the South Pole.
IN THE HEART OF THE SEA, by: Nathaniel Philbrick ...The tragedy of the whaleship Essex.
A MILLION LITTLE PIECES, The James Frey story ...Good book, TRUE or NOT!
THE GIVING TREE, by: Shell Silverstein ...A great book suggestion for any of you out there with a friend that might take things for granted, I make my daughters read it once a week as a reminder:)
HeroesSince I was a small child I have reserved this special place for (MY FATHER) whom past away after a bout with cancer in 1988, he was 70. He taught me some valuable life lessons...
Being complimented on your physical appearance is different and much less important than hearing what a gentleman you are, how polite, or respectful you were.
When these qualities are acknowleged by others then I can only THANK the MAN that at a young age made me look a man in the eyes when I shook his hand, made me open the car door for my Mother, and any other person that I could extend such a simple courtesy to.
He also taught me that the color of a Man's skin or how much money he did or didn't have certainly did NOT make the Man! I looked up to him in my youth for his amazing athletic ability, and years later I am still in aw, but the simple things in life that the generations of late have completely lost touch with make this HERO of mine a real class act!
A Firm hand shake, A Sincere How are you doing, yes Please, no Thank you, yes Sir, no Mam! A Friendly hello to a neighbor, Thanks Dad, this is what all HEROES should be!..
- Oct 14, 2010 12:32 AM http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-Buzzini-SuperModel/106533112712535?ref=ts
- Mar 7, 2010 9:00 PM 'Haiti Relief Project'
- Aug 23, 2009 7:10 PM The AGE of WISDOM?
- Apr 30, 2009 6:55 PM The passing of my friend, Richard Armas
- Apr 8, 2009 6:49 PM "Time Heals"?
Well, I'm a kid at heart, young spirited. I love to play and I love to make people laugh and have them return the favor, whether they know they are doing it or not.
I have three wonderful daughters. Daisy (16), Georgia (14), and Sophie (12)
"My Life In A Nutshell"
Raised at a country club in Central California where my Dad was the head golf pro. My Mother is British, she owned a carpet store, she is a pain, very funny, but I love her. I was a very hyper young kid, great natural athletic ability, always in trouble! Played a little ball, did a little "Legal Fighting", MMA and what not.
Moved to L.A. at 22 to become a male model, succeeded, and became the first male supermodel, lived "The Life" during that time, Domestic and Abroad. Lived an interesting and crazy life in between then and now.
Who I'd like to meet:
I’m actually fascinated by all types of people, I enjoy the psychology behind the individual, whether brilliant or completely ignorant!
The fashion industry and my world travels as a fashion model brought me in contact with many people. Elton John, Cindy Crawford, Gianni Versace, Sylvester Stallone, but my answer is TED KOPPEl. A brilliant man and so well spoken. He can ask some of the world's most powerful people a question with such grace eloquence. I would love an hour or two to pick his brain.
Had John Lennon been alive today I would have loved the chance to chat with him. He seemed to be a gentle man with a brilliant sense of humor and obviously very creative. He was such a breath of fresh air at a time when war was so wide spread.
I think it's great, the guy could of had almost any woman and winds up with Yoko, let that be a lesson to all, beauty IS skin deep! If it's true the BRAIN is the most erotic organ then they must of had great sex!!
The twisted curious side of me would love to sit down and talk to a famous mass murderer, Charles Manson, Adolf Hitler, etc., then I'd probably glue their eye lids open.
Jesus would have been cool too but I guess I missed him by a few years. hehehe..........
- Status: In a Relationship
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Hometown: Thousand Oaks
- Orientation: Straight
- Body type: 6' 2" / Athletic
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
- Zodiac Sign: Leo
- Children: Proud parent
- Smoke / Drink: No / No
- Occupation: Model