Fabio was born on March 15, 1959, in Milan, Italy. His man always wanted Fabio to take over the family business, but became quite distressed to learn that Fabio wanted to be a male model. Following a friend’s advice, he packed moved to the United States where he became a model for GAP ads and many sportswear designers.
Mar 17, 2016 · NEW YORK – MAY 1994: Italian model and actor Fabio (Lanzoni) picks up an unidentified woman in workout clothing at a party in May 1994 in New York City, New York. Fabio appeared on the covers of
39 rows · Fabio Lanzoni (Italian pronunciation: [ˈfaːbjo lanˈtsoːni]; born 15 March 1959), most widely …
Oct 24, 2006 · Best Answer: rumors won’t start if there are no basis. also rumors start just to wack off a reputation of a person. fabio can be possibly gay but thats totally far from hapenning. he can be bisexual or a tripper. fabio is so famous and rich and people tend to bring him down. thats how the world works. people can’t be just happy of the persons success. wether hes gay or not, he would always be
Aug 15, 2013 · Fabio Lanzoni, the chiseled-faced, long-haired model who graced the covers of hundreds of romance novels in the ’80s and ’90s, is still living the single life -– but he wants more.
Fabio Lanzoni is straight. He is sexy and many gay men wish he was gay. If you like him, just say it: I Ain’t Ashamed of My Man Crush. Scroll down and check out his short and medium hairstyles.
Sep 12, 1973 · Fabio Lanzoni (born March 15, 1959) is an Italian male model andactor, mainly in commercials. He is known for his long hair andchiseled features, …
Fabio Lanzoni (born 15 March 1959), most widely known by the mononym Fabio, is an Italian fashion model, spokesperson, and actor, who appeared on the covers of dozens of romance novels throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
Italian born Fabio Lanzoni became a naturalized American citizen in Los Angeles on Wednesday and he may already be setting his sights on running for office, it was revealed this week.
Fabio, (whose last name is Lanzoni, but we didn’t know that then and we certainly don’t need to know it now) wasn’t at Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Virginia to kill a goose; he was there to take