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  1. Ian Anthony Dale

    St. Paul native Ian Anthony Dale gets advice from cop brother for TNT show By Amy Carlson Gustafson July 5, 2015 Ian Anthony Dale had dreams of being a major league baseball player, but an injury led him away from the field and onto the stage. For more than a decade, Dale’s been carving out a successful acting career in Los Angeles. The 36-year-old St. Paul native is currently on TNT’s new drama “Murder in the First.” In the fall, he will be seen on a couple of episodes of the CW’s “Hart of Dixie” and also returning to his role on CBS’ “Hawaii Five-O.” Dale, who grew up in St. Paul’s Midway area and attended Cretin-Derham Hall High School, remembers catching the acting bug during his junior year. “My friends were encouraging me to audition for a school play and I thought it sounded like a horrible idea,” he said on the phone from Los Angeles. “I was horribly shy and insecure. But I went ahead and did and was petrified throughout the process. I ended up getting a part that led to my discovery of theater.” At the time, baseball was his true passion. During his senior year he had a shoulder injury, but continued to play. He helped his team snag the 1996 state championship. “I decided to play through the pain instead of getting surgery and so I did irreparable damage to my shoulder,” he said. “I tried to get surgery and rehab it and play in college, but it never came back. I was fortunate to make the discovery of theater roughly around the same time my baseball career was coming to an end, so I had a perfect new hobby to put my passion into.” After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dale moved to Los Angeles, working on set design before moving in front of the camera. In “Murder in the First,” which debuted last month, Dale plays police lieutenant Jim Koto, a complicated man who straddles the line between cop and politician. When it comes to getting advice on the part, Dale turns to his brother Sgt. Robert Dale, a homicide detective in the Minneapolis Police Department. “I’ve played a handful of detectives throughout my career and every time I do and I have a question regarding anything technical or authenticity, he’s the first person I call,” Dale said. “I’ve always been fascinated with his career and what he does. He’s always been forthcoming in sharing with me his experiences, so I have a direct line to the psychology of somebody in law enforcement and it’s so invaluable. He’ll also be the first person to tell me when I do something wrong. It’s best to check with him beforehand to make sure I’m always doing it right and being authentic.” On “Hawaii Five-O” his character, Adam Noshimuri, is attempting to legitimize the family business and having a steamy romance with Grace Park’s Kono Kalakaua. “It’s the first time in my career I’ve really gotten to play a romantic lead,” he said. “For an Asian-American actor that’s kind of a benchmark — it doesn’t happen everyday.” Dale was to return to Minnesota over the Fourth of July holiday to visit family and friends. He says his parents — Jack, who was on the 1968 Olympic hockey team and also played for the Minnesota Gophers, and his mom, Olga, who was born in Japan and has worked in the nursing profession for more than 50 years — were always supportive of his decision to pursue acting. Aside from some business in the Twin Cities, he will be hanging out with his family — Mom and Dad now live in Cannon Falls — during his short time home. “When I come home, I’m typically a homebody,” he said. “I see my parents and family so seldom now, I just want to spend as much time with them as possible.”
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  9. Dan Cameron

    Fashion photographer Julia Kiecksee shares with us her latest session featuring model Dan Cameron represented by Modelwerk. In charge of hair and makeup was beauty artist Claudia Plath. Photographer was assisted by Laura Tiedtke.
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  12. Hot Men of VMan Magazine

    Hungarian model Bertold Zahoran is photographed by Bruce Weber in the story "A Hungarian Walked Into My Life" for VMAN no. 35.
  13. Jason Koko

    JASON KOKO LA MODELS (Los Angeles) PHOTOGRAPHER: LEON LE Location: Los Angeles Height: 6'1" Suit: 38R Hair: Dark Brown Eyes: Brown
  14. Scott Neslage

    Scott Neslage, an American model of Japanese decent, was scouted walking around Macys department store at the end of 2012. Scott, aka Stretch to his friends, made an impressive catwalk debut in June 2013 walking exclusively for Calvin Klein Collection. Since then he’s signed to agencies worldwide and walked for top brands including Frankie Morello, Dolce & Gabbana, John Richmond and Dirk Bikkembergs. Age: 26 Birthplace: Newport Beach, California Ethnic Origin: Japanese Nickname: Stretch How were you scouted: Walking around a department store What’s your best feature: My ears Top 3 beauty/grooming products: Mason Pearson brush, Shaveworks the cool fix, and my sonicare tooth brush Your favorite fragrance: Armani Acqua di Gio What’s been your most lavish purchase?: A kegerator (beer dispenser) Hobbies: Waterpolo, swimming, surfing, basketball, tennis, and anything outdoors Fitness Regime: Swimming What was the last movie you watched?: Her What was the last track you listened to on your iPod?: 3 peat – Lil Wayne Do you have any Guilty Pleasures?: Chocolate, croissants and chocolate chip cookies What is your biggest fear?: Not being true to myself, and spiders What is your dream country to visit?: Turkey If you were not modeling, what would you be doing?: Working some 9-5 wishing I was somewhere else If you got to relive one day in your modeling career it would be…: My first call back ever. I had to kiss a girl and I was not ready for her beauty. It was the most awkward kiss in front of a camera. I want a re-do! If you could be on the cover of any magazine, it would be: US Vogue What was the last thing to make you cry?: When my childhood dog Coco left us to a better place What’s your favorite fashion city and why?: New York, Everyone dresses true to their personality Who are your idols?: Michael Jordan, Abraham Lincoln and my parents What was the last dream you remember?: Being on the Oprah show and giving everyone a car One word to describe yourself: Real Instagram handle: @ScottNeslage How much money would you need to shave your hair off?: Enough for a couple of beers accompanied by a lot of peer pressure!