Then it all came tumbling down, thanks to Reagan-era censorship, the Internet, and a series of expensive dreams.
Twenty-eight years after quitting as executive editor of magazine.
Having lost his entire empire, he is said to be destitute, camping out in just four rooms of his princely home, on East 67th Street in Manhattan, spending most of his days curled up in bed asleep or watching CNN.“An exaggeration,” he croaks, attempting to smile.
“Exaggeration,” repeats his special assistant, Jane Homlish, to make sure he is understood.
In fact I’m the one who is always guilty of wanting more Carrie Bradshaw. “To me Carrie Bradshaw is every girl, whereas Monica is The Girl: nothing bad ever happens to her.
And I’ve written so many books that weren’t about Carrie, three of which were also turned into TV series…” So she’s never had a Frankenstein moment when she wished she’d never invented her? She’s the perfect woman that looms over all of us.” • Did Sarah Jessica Parker confirm a Sex and the City 3 movie?
Instead of attending college, he decided to pursue his dream of becoming an artist.
e rarely leaves "The House," a vast, vine-covered Upper East Side crypt that is the largest private residence in Manhattan.
worked at a Target store in 2007, his co-workers called him 'Pac because of his uncanny resemblance to the late rapper Tupac Shakur—a likeness made even odder by the fact Shipp’s dad, who was in the record biz, occasionally produced Tupac’s music. “He fell into my consciousness.” It’s a role he takes very seriously.
To prep, “I’d fall asleep watching his interviews,” says the 28-year-old, who dropped from 180 to 153lbs for the part.
Amidst great competition from Internet pornography, in 2003, Guccione’s company filed for bankruptcy, and Publisher, producer, artist. While his company went on to develop many different publications, Bob Guccione is best known as the founder of the raunchy men’s magazine, .
It was an unusual career choice for someone who once studied for the priesthood.