DREW STEIN

Drew recently entered into a lucrative housekeeping deal at the Lou Lindy Company.  After graduating from Julliard in the mid-eighties, Drew was in high demand as an actor.

Drew: I did the dinner show circuit until I was blue in the face. One day I woke up and said, 'you know what guys, I'm just tired of singing. My little vocal cordaroos have had it' and that was it.'

Is he glad he did it?

Drew: Absolutely. When you're in a rodent costume at Chuck E. Cheese, you get a chance to look out from behind the mask and study human behavior. 

Not to mention keeping your pipes in shape. I love to perform and I love people. I'm a people person. I'm here to touch lives. That connection with the audience when I'm on stage just makes me cry.

At this turning point, the Julliard graduate decided that he'd like to try behind the scenes work.

 

Drew: I always admired actors who worked behind the scenes. Actors like Warren Beatty, Barb Streisand, and who was that actor in Thirtysomething who directed a few episodes? Give me a minute. I'll remember. Anyway, I was really feeling like I wanted to control my material.

Armand, impressed by Drew's Julliard credentials, signed him on as a client and immediately teamed him up with Elaine.
 

Drew: Elaine and I are a great team. 

Her main talent is that she has the capital to finance a start-up business. 

I never knew her when she was fat, but she turned me on to the Soft Face meal replacement shakes and I immediately shed 15 pounds and felt much more energetic.


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