Jury duty forced Dylan Rosser to take a hiatus from THE MALE FORM (Simon Barnes work has been featured the past month) but Dylan has completed his civic duty and is back this week with a new shoot featuring Patrick!
If you need another reason to visit THE MALE FORM, Dylan has updated the site with a new logo and spotlights the work of the guest photographers who have been taking part. Dylan is finishing off the final edits for his new book NAKED (to be released this November)as well as getting the second issue of his online magazine tMf ready for publication!
I have always been a bit hot & cold about actor Dominic Cooper. Doubling the Dominic in The Devil's Double certainly lands on the hot end of the spectrum.
In the film directed by Lee Tamahori, Cooper plays Latif, an Iraqi forced to act as a body double for the son of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein. The film looks dramatic, intense, and given it concerns one of the Middle East's most brutal dictators, incredibly violent. The film and Cooper's dual performance (speedo included) have gotten generally positive reviews.
Don is a word reserved for people of importance, royalty, nobility, people of honor, distinction and significance. London Don may not be royalty but the other adjectives fit nicely. To become significant, to stand out, especially in the entertainment world, requires strength, determination and faith, all qualities London processes.
London was born in Florida but raised most of his life in South Carolina. As a child, he drew a lot and loved art of all kinds. While in high school, he got a taste for modeling and fashion by walking down the runway for various local shows.
Those shows gave London a taste for being in the spotlight. Acting became a major focus and upon graduating high school, he attended The Savannah College of Art and Design. While at college, he gained more experience as an artist, actor, and model. With graduation now behind him, London is now looking to take everything he has learned and put it into practice.