Ben Masters (Julian)
Soap Opera Weekly
August 14, 2007

Recent fad I admit to trying:, that celebrity gossip site. I like to see what Paris Hilton is doing.
Favorite actor: Peter O'Toole
Favorite actress: Judi Dench
Favorite TV show: 24
Favorite song: "Someone to Watch Over Me."
If I could only keep one household appliance, it would be: the refrigerator.
Something you would be surprised to know about me: Even on my day off, I get up at 4:30 in the morning.
Currently reading: script #1,997 for Passions, and Sail magazine.
Favorite food: T-bone steak.
Least favorite food: hominy.
Favorite comfort food: Toasted peanut butter sandwich.
Favorite item of clothing: my suede jacket.
Cause I most believe in: there are so many right now, with the state of this country. I'll say the welfare of children.
First thing I do when I wake up in the morning: thank God that I woke up.
Last thing that I do before I go to bed: hope that I wake up.
Most embarrassing moment: when I told someone at a Passions party how nice it was that he brought his mother with him and he said, "This is my wife."
Best quality: compassion.
Worst quality: selfishness.
Biggest regret: I never learned to fly.
Something that makes me see red: animal cruelty.
If I could be anywhere, it could be: Eze, France.
Celebrity I'm most often mistaken for: Lee Marvin.
What I dislike about my appearance: my nose.
Greatest love: the ocean.
Quality I like most in a mate: physical beauty (laughs). I'm certainly not going to say honesty, because that means they just lie very well.
My first kiss: a neighbor girl, under the bridge.
My childhood nickname: Smiling Ears.
Person I would choose to play me in a movie about my life: Adrian Bellani (Miguel).
Best one word or short phrase that describes me: nervous.
Favorite place in my house: living room.
Bad habit I wish I could break: Which one? Being compulsive.
Worst job I ever had: sanding kitchen cupboards in a 100-unit apartment building near a university. My father was a painting contractor and I spent a whole summer working for him. It was a nightmare. I also learned the joys of lacquer thinner spray.
If I were a cartoon character I'd be: the Road Runner.

My epitaph: "Was that it?"