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Saturday, March 5, 2011

Chris Meloni Featured In New York Magazine (March 7, 2011 Issue)

Chris Meloni is featured in the March 7, 2011 issue of New York Magazine. It is not on line as yet but may be within the next day or so. Here’s a peek! Check your local newsstands for an issue, or keep an eye out for the article on the New York Magazine web site

Update March 9, 2011 – here’s the on line feature version with a little more info:
Christopher Meloni Gives Acting Tips for Delivering the Line ‘I Often Like to Smear Mud on My Ass’ (Sorry. I didn’t write that headline!)





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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris needs to stay away from photos that are so close up. His head looks even more gigantic.

M said...

Chris is hot

Anonymous said...

Chris looks good in ANY photo, and that includes close up. Ignorant comment.

Anonymous said...

No, he doesn't look good in any photo. Some photos are good and some are not flattering. He doesn't look good in close-up photos.
Everybody has their opinions. Ignorant is not being able to accept an opinion that is different from yours.

Anonymous said...

He looks great and I love that he is doing completely opposite stuff from his Elliot Stabler persona.

While I'm not a fan of extreme close-ups on anyone at least its obvious he hasn't been dipping in the botox pool like a certain one of his co-stars.

Anonymous said...

at least its obvious he hasn't been dipping in the botox pool

At this point, he should really start thinking about it.

Anonymous said...

No he shouldn't bitter anonymous person. He looks great and more importantly he looks like someone his age should and his face is expressive. A serious actor should never mess with their face because he/She drastically alters the way they can show emotion. And they just look 'off" and fake. Give me a good looking guy who takes great care of himself anyday. When did this country get so screwed up on aging. Really sad.

Anonymous said...

He looks older than his age.

Anonymous said...

I agree that Chris looks great. He's got a great bod and a great face. One should have a few lines and some character when you are middle-aged.

Perhaps you should take your petty sour grapes to a different location Anon

Anonymous said...

^ Who are you to tell anyone to go to a different location? If you don't like someone's comments, then don't read them.

These Are Their Stories said...

Update March 9, 2011 – here’s the on line feature version:

http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2011/03/chat_room_christopher_meloni_o.html

CLA said...

@anônimo 08 de março de 2011 09:43

Cris looks great as Mariska. Both are beautiful and not look her age. Pity that some fanatical fans, almost irrational, confusing things. There is no rivalry between the two. They are great friends. True friends. But it seems that some fans of Cris see the thing differently. They change everything. And Cris is also active in philanthropy, like Mariska. They are wonderful.

frutiger2966 said...

Chris looks great as always. He is in incredible shape for a man of any age. Some people just like to concentrate on the negative which is unfortunate with so much tough stuff going on in the world. He's very fortunate because he has a lovely family too.

CLA said...

"He looks great and I love what he is doing things completely opposite of her character Elliot Stabler."

I beg to differ: I think he could dedicate himself to work to help victims of pedophilia, sexual abuse and domestic. It is a work that deserves all the applause. It would be even more beloved. Incidentally, I think that somehow he has help on his Mariska Foundation. Cris is also generous. Thank God.