A guy you'll never know, find soaringly hot from his television shows ... At one point in the show, her character says to Stabler "You've got a big ass..ass is HUGE! Also do you think the skin of his taint is smooth/tender/dry?Would you go down on it even if he hadn't bathed in a few days? He butches up for the cameras but in real life he's a bit queeny, loves walking his dog and go antiquing with his thick-necked interior decorator wife Sherman.He even lent his name and money to a battered woman's shelter for a supply of victims.Look for some good guest performances from Angie Everhart who ran the shelter, Kathryn Meisle as one of the trapped victims and Jack Gwaltney as her crazed husband.And that is unfortunate, because his wife recently decided to divorce him. And concluded she was an eleven on a coolness scale of ten. "Chris had them cut out so I could get my cycle onto his lawn."His-and-her motorcycles. On both sides, there was a common dream—a house with children. "Without a certain amount of money, there's stress," Chris says.Never anybody's idea of laid-back, he's now in a permanent funk, a darker rage. Meloni was in Los Angeles, acting in an HBO series he characterizes as "immensely forgettable." The production designer, however, was memorable in the extreme. She had short, bleached-white hair and cat's-eye sunglasses. "I know I'm definitely more relaxed with a couple of bucks in my pocket.
A former boss of mine was a busboy at Studio 54 when Meloni worked there as a bartender. No, he is not gay.[quote]And don't get me started about the way he used to prance around nude in the locker room at Crunch. And, you know, three in the hand are worth one in the bush.But commuting between his coast and hers frayed their nerves; they needed to be in the same place. As if it were pre-ordained, parts started rolling in for him. This has brought prosperity to the Melonis—the luxuries of a New York apartment, a Connecticut retreat, travel, and freedom for Sherman to explore painting.Law & Order's Christopher Meloni and wife, Sherman, on how they fell in love. One afternoon, Chris was driving in the Hollywood Hills when someone called his name. She was throwing a party, and she wanted him to come. And once again concluded that she was "cool, funny, sexy." But … Meloni returned to New York, the city he loves best. And then, because the bride was working on a movie in Miami, she raced to the airport. With his square jaw and intense gaze, Chris Meloni may look like a serious fellow, but when he was a college kid, he decided, more or less on a whim, to become an actor, and he hopped on his motorcycle and roared off to Los Angeles. And I thought: I can take him anywhere."Considering that the guy had disappeared back East for two years, how did she know he'd gotten serious?The passionate detective has one solace: his four young children. But no actor can avoid Los Angeles and, soon enough, he was back. That knocked him back: "You don't bump into people in L. (Six weeks later, he was back at the University of Colorado at Boulder.) Sherman Williams, on the other hand, may have looked like a hot biker chick, but she was the daughter of an oil executive, a dedicated student at Cal Arts and Parsons, and a Southern girl with oldfashioned values. "On our first date,we went to three parties, given by three sets of my friends," she recalls. "There were two concrete steps in front of his house," she says. Not the things that usually spell "time to get married." "Yes, but underneath all of Sherman's style, she's very traditional," Chris explains.