Bob Paris is a Canadian-American actor, writer, motivational speaker, civil rights activist, and former professional bodybuilder who was the 1983 NPC American National and IFBB World Bodybuilding Champion. In October 1998, Bob made his New York stage debut, starring at Carnegie Hall in the Broadway musical, Jubilee as the character Mowgli and performed in a recurring role on the first season of the ABC Television series, Defying Gravity in 2009. Born Robert Clark Paris on December 14, 1959 in Columbus, Indiana, he was the second of five children, though one of his younger brothers died in early infancy. His parents split when he was a teenager. He stayed with his father. He was active in his school’s theater group and debate team and he wrote short stories in his spare time. At age 19, Bob moved to Florida and competed in the Mr. Teen Florida, placing second. He married Brian LeFurgey in British Columbia in 1996.
Bob Paris Personal Details:
Date Of Birth: 14 December 1959
Birth Place: Columbus, Indiana, USA
Residence: California and Washington State, USA
Birth Name: Robert Clark Paris
Nickname: Bob Paris
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Former professional bodybuilder, Actor, Writer, Public speaker, Civil rights activist
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Sexual Orientation: Homosexual / Gay
Bob Paris Body Statistics:
Weight in Pounds: 220 lbs
Weight in Kilogram: 99.8 kg
Height in Feet: 5′ 11″
Height in Meters: 1.80 m
Body Build/Type: Bodybuilder
Shoe Size: Unknown
Bob Paris Family Details:
Spouse/Wife: Brian LeFurgey (m. 1996)
Bob Paris Education:
Indiana State University
Bob Paris Facts:
*He was born on December 14, 1959 in Columbus, Indiana, USA.
*He grew up in both Brown County and Columbus, Indiana.
*He played high school football and was active in both track and field and golf.
*He won the IFBB Mr. Universe contest in 1983.
*In 2006, he was named as the most aesthetic athlete in the history of bodybuilding by Flex Magazine.
*He has dual American and Canadian citizenship.
*He came-out as a gay man in an interview with Ironman Magazine in July 1989.
*Visit his official website: www.bobparis.com
*Follow him on Facebook and Instagram.