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I eat well, but I don’t believe in diets.
– Bruno Tonioli
I love to cook.
When I visit a country, I like to experience local food.
Once I moved to London I thought it was unbeatable. I work a lot in L.A. and love it, but would never give up London. It’s a true world city, with an energy that’s unique.
When people feel threatened by you, they find something that is belittling.
In reality, nobody gets successful in America by being lazy.
When people speak their own language you get a much better sense of who they are.
If I had a place with a studio where I could paint I’d be happy.
I look after myself. I train and go to the gym.
I’m a sucker for turquoise sea, white beaches and palm trees. I’ve been to the tropics every year since I could afford it. It’s the perfect place to unwind. I can chill out, read, do a bit of yoga.
I’ve been in love with the cinema since childhood and it’s a fantasy of mine to appear in a Hollywood movie.
I think a lot of people have a vision of L.A. in which TV executives and movie directors plan their latest productions by the swimming pool.
I always sleep on my own. I can’t sleep with somebody else. Always separate bedrooms, bathrooms and closets. I’m very individual and I want my own space.
I am a simple man.
I love reading. I’m very much into history, novels, biographies and I have a wide range of thrillers.
I’m with people all the time so I often go away on my own.
Before a long-haul flight, buy yourself a cheap, big, comfortable pillow. It makes a huge difference.
I love contemporary art, although I wouldn’t want a pickled shark in my house.
In America they like my spicy TV alter ego, probably because there were a lot of Italians and Hispanics in the country, but the real L.A. life is a hard-working one.
I like to read about subjects unrelated to my work, especially history.
I am down-to-earth and not one of those starry, up-their-own-butt celebrities.
I started dancing before I could talk. Other babies learn to stand and then walk – I just danced.
When it came to the stylish and graceful art of ballroom dancing, my dad was a king of the clubs, a prowling tiger and a wonderfully natural mover.
Dad was a bus driver, and when he finished work he would repair cars.
My parents wanted me to work in a bank or as an accountant.
Mum had a job fitting upholstery into cars, but, in the evenings, she worked as a seamstress.