GEOFF & GEORGE STULTS
AGE: GEOFF (LEFT), 27; GEORGE, 28
HEIGHT: GEOFF, 6’3″; GEORGE, 6FT.
YOU’VE SEEN THEM: ON 7TH HEAVEN
RESIDENCE: LOS ANGELES
They’re a package deal: The brothers live, play and work together. “That’s what our parents taught us. It’s their fault we’ll be 45 and still living together,” he jokes.
Geoff is the romantic one: “I’ve flown halfway around the world to kiss a girl,” he says. “I jumped on a plane and flew to Australia. It’s all about the kiss. There has to be something there. I don’t care how gorgeous I think a girl is. ”
George is the down-to-earth one: “I’ve never all of a sudden just said, ‘You’re coming with me to Paris for the night’ or something ridiculous like that. I’m a laid-back guy. I like being outdoors. I enjoy hanging out.”
Best chance to catch them in their boxers: when it’s hot out. Says George. “We don’t have central air-conditioning. We sit in our apartment sweating in our underwear.”
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RESIDENCE: LOS ANGELES
He’s a man in a hurry: “I’m so excited about life that I want everything to happen immediately. Sometimes I just need to settle down and chill.”
He has a secret talent: “I recorded an album but didn’t let many people hear it. The people who did loved it, but it might have been because they love me.”
He mixes business with pleasure: He dates Nicole Parker, his costar in Second Time Around, Soul Food and the film Brown Sugar.
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RESIDENCE: GREENWICH VILLAGE, N.Y.C.
A reason to like him: “I’m handy. I’ll replaster something, patch something up. I blew out my apartment building’s electricity once putting a dimmer in. But it works.”
If he didn’t act: An artist who once made a living at it, “now I mostly paint for my own benefit,” he says. “For a Christmas present, I’ll make a painting.”
He’s a yo-yo dater: “I go through long relationships and then long dry spells of not dating and wanting to be alone,” says Theroux, who’s not seeing anyone at the moment.
He has something like ESP: “Sometimes it’s like I can smell the girl before I’ve met her.”
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RESIDENCE: PALO ALTO, CALIF; NEW YORK CITY
He has a loyal following: “My biggest fans are grandmothers. They even stop me and give me big hugs.
“His secret shame: “I got kicked out of kindergarten,” he says. “When the teacher would ask, ‘What is two plus two?’ I would say, ‘Yellow.’ I saw it as a joke, but my teacher didn’t.”
How he redeemed himself: The Harvard and Stanford Law School grad now weighs in on issues from the war in Iraq to the presidential election.
What he does when he needs a break from politics: “I watch Blind Date, I watch elimiDATE and I watch The 5th Wheel. I love these shows.”
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Why he looks familiar: Piven’s 18-year acting career includes roles in ABC’s Ellen and the films Old School, Scary Movie 3 and Chasing Liberty.
What makes him so much fun: His moves. “Someone looking at me may think there’s a problem and I need to be medicated,” says Piven, “but I like dancing.” And his drums. “I’ve got bongos and congas and all different kinds of drums around my house.”
His perfect date: “A place where no matter what is going on—let’s say we’re in the middle of madness, people are lighting themselves on fire—if we could have a chance to hear each other, we’ll be okay.”
His roommate: Zooey, a cat he inherited when his father died in 2002. “I am so not a cat person,” he says, “but Zooey and I have been hanging out; it’s all good. He’s basically a dog in a cat suit.”