But in a city particularly taken with youth and chiseled good looks, the 25-year-old Mr. He found some work as a model, and his easy way with people endeared him both to the neighborhood's crowd of other young models and to local luminaries like Nicole Brown Simpson, who often sat at a Starbucks coffee bar with Mr. "They all had great-looking, perfect bodies," Jodi Kahn, the manager of a boutique on San Vicente Boulevard who was a friend of Mr. "They were beautiful boys, the kind where if they were all walking down the street, your mouth would drop." An Errand and Two Murders Mr. Simpson gave him a glimpse of the life that he aspired to, and he liked to be seen with her. Simpson and other members of her family, including her two children, went to the restaurant where Mr. Goldman volunteered to return them to her at her nearby town house. Simpson's feelings were similar, that she enjoyed being in his company and that of the other models he knew, with their good looks and carefree ways. Simpson's own crowd of female friends with whom she jogged on most mornings, said: "They had nothing to do but shop and hang out with their kids. Simpson than an occasional dinner or cup of coffee. But he soon moved on to Los Angeles, where he began transforming himself into the image of California cool.
Goldman worked for a dinner that her sister Denise later described as a celebration of freedom, of the 35-year-old Mrs. A short time after he left the restaurant, perhaps within an hour, they were both stabbed and slashed to death, their bodies left on a pathway to her house. Simpson, charged with both murders, has denied involvement. Goldman's friends, Barry Zeldes, the owner of the Z90049 clothing store on San Vicente Boulevard, recalled that three days before the killings, Mr. Traci Gould Clizbe, who had been a classmate back in Illinois, was stunned by the change when she saw Mr.
When I heard he was a model, it was shocking because, although he was outgoing and easy to get along with, he wasn't as stunning as these later pictures.
He really grew into this guy that appeared on 'Studs.' " Generous, Friends Say Mr.
LOS ANGELES, June 23— In the fast-lane life that flows along San Vicente Boulevard in the Brentwood section here, Ronald Lyle Goldman moved with a youthful grace that turned heads even amid the opulence and glamour. In Stevenson High School's 1986 yearbook, he wrote, "I want to become a psychologist and live life on the wild side." After graduation, he briefly attended Illinois State University.
He could only dream of being one of the moneyed elite who cruised the streets in 0,000 Mercedes coupes and passed the time in sunny restaurants like Mezzaluna, where he worked as a waiter. Goldman had told him that there was little more to the relationship with Mrs. Goldman grew up in the Chicago suburb of Buffalo Grove, a skinny, outgoing boy who played soccer. But he was one of those people who could talk to anyone and move among any clique, said Brian Swislow, who dated Mr. In 1987, he moved with his family to Oak Park, in Ventura County, a Los Angeles suburb.
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Most are smooth, although there are also some guys with nice hairy chests, and the builds range from slender to muscular.
And the effects of it can be seen in much of modern culture, especially technology, with apps like Tinder and Ok Cupid like a real-world versions of Benjamin Solomon is a freelance writer based in New York City.
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Simpson's new life as a single woman after a recently failed attempt to reconcile with her former husband, O. Goldman came into the shop and told of his joy in riding around with Mrs. "He just said it was the coolest high he ever had: driving up in front of a restaurant in a Ferrari with a beautiful woman at his side, and when he went in everyone was checking him out, wondering who he was," Mr. Goldman on the dating-game television show "Studs." "In high school," she said, "he was tall and scrawny.
"He was one of the kids in high school who could go to anyone's parties." He liked having a good time, and enjoyed joking.
Studs - I was eight years old when this show first aired and I thought it was the sexiest thing since shirtless Prince Eric in the The Little Mermaid.
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