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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
A good-natured Southern boy, Edward Prince spends his days saving lives and his nights out in the wild. An EMT by trade, after a long day of saving lives, Edward likes to unwind in the solace of nature and the comforts of solitude. Here we catch him alone in the shower, quietly reflecting as the water soothes and drips down his body, washing away the stresses of the day and leaving him content to enjoy a little 'me' time. He soaps up his body and runs his fingers down his body. Steam fills the room and his cock surges with the rush of urgency, so he towels off and makes his way back to the bed, applying lotion and rubbing it into his skin as his cock begs for attention. Finally he dabs a bit onto the shaft and begins to work the tip into a shiny pulsating missile, biting his lip as he pats his taint and works his cock straight up into the air, then shooting his load all over himself in a well-earned, gloopy release of cum that he rubs into his skin before falling off to sleep to do it all over again tomorrow.
Posted by Provocative Wave for Men at Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Philip Olivier (born Philip Lee Borg-Olivier on 4 June 1980 in Liverpool)is a British actor, model and stage performer best known for playing the role of Tim O'Leary in the soap opera Brookside.
Philip spent his early childhood living in South Africa and the USA before returning to Liverpool when he was 7 years old. He attended St Edward’s College, Liverpool. In the evenings he attended a local amateur dramatic school in West Derby, Liverpool.
Philip's first role was in 1995 in the Channel 4 production Hearts and Minds with Christopher Eccleston.
In 1996 he starred in his first television, and most notable, role of Timothy 'Tinhead' O'Leary in the Channel 4 soap opera Brookside until its cancellation in 2003. He also appeared in the one-off drama Brookside: Unfinished Business which followed the series in 2003.
Since leaving Brookside Philip has performed in several audio plays based on the Doctor Who television series by Big Finish Productions as a companion of the Seventh Doctor by the name of Hex. Philip has also appeared as one of the guest regulars in the Channel 4 comedy sketch show Bo Selecta.
He is popular with gay audiences, hosting Mr Gay UK in 2005 and appearing on-stage at several Gay Pride events. Philip appeared nude in the December 2008 and the April 2009 editions of gay magazine Attitude.
In 2005 he won the Channel 4 reality TV show The Games dominating the competition from start to finish. Displaying an impressive physique in the series, Philip went on to do a number of photo shoots and released calendars from 2006 to 2009.
2006 saw him play the role of Adam Tyler, a teacher struggling with his sexuality, in the Hollyoaks spin-off series Hollyoaks: In the City on E4.
On 7 February 2007 Philip featured on Never Mind the Buzzcocks on Phill Jupitus' team along with Donny Tourette.
Philip appeared on the Ghosthunting with... Paul O'Grady and Friends show, which was broadcast on ITV2 on 6 September 2008, alongside Jennifer Ellison (who had played his character's wife Emily in Brookside), Natasha Hamilton and the show's host Yvette Fielding.
In 2008 Philip filmed the movie The Crew, released straight to DVD in early 2009. He played the role of a gangster named Paul the Hom.
Philip appeared in a Celebrity edition of Come Dine With Me in February 2009. He competed alongside Christopher Biggins, Julia Bradbury and Edwina Currie and finished second to Biggins, the eventual winner. During February and March 2009 he competed in "Escape from Takeaway Prison", a section on Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, which he won on 21 March 2009. Philip also appeared in an episode of Missing, a BBC One afternoon drama, playing club owner and gangster Mark Stone in March of the same year.
2009 also saw Philip start to perform in musicals. He starred in Never Forget which is about a Take That tribute band forming. He played the role of former stripper Dirty Harry. He also starred in the title role of the Camberley Theatre pantomime Dick Whittington.
On 28 September 2010 Philip appeared in the BBC soap opera Doctors. He played the role of Matt Darby, a gay yoga instructor.
Later in 2010 Philip took the role of Muddles in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Connaught Theatre, Worthing
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Posted by Provocative Wave for Men at Saturday, May 11, 2013