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June 6, 2004 | Lisa Rosen, Special to The Times
For anyone who thinks movies don't influence kids, consider this: A young boy named Jonathan Antin watched the 1975 movie "Shampoo," in which a handsome hairstylist (Warren Beatty) worked his magic on the most desirable women in Los Angeles. Antin immediately decided that that was what he wanted to be when he grew up. By age 23, he had his own salon in West Hollywood, and his client list included Madonna, Kevin Costner, k.d. lang, Steve Tyler and Tiger Woods.
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MAGAZINE
April 2, 2006 | Dan Neil
The Bravo reality-TV series "Blow Out," featuring the adventures of celebrity hairstylist and human bobble-head Jonathan Antin, is now clipping along in its third season. What a time to be alive. If you haven't seen the show, let me get you up to speed. Jonathan is the surreally well-groomed 38-year-old owner of two posh hair salons, one in West Hollywood, the other in Beverly Hills.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 6, 2004
TV renewal: "Blow Out," Bravo's series about hairstylist Jonathan Antin opening a salon in Beverly Hills, has been renewed for a second season.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 6, 2004
TV renewal: "Blow Out," Bravo's series about hairstylist Jonathan Antin opening a salon in Beverly Hills, has been renewed for a second season.
NEWS
July 1, 2004 | Chris Barton
Between opening a salon in Beverly Hills and being star of his own unscripted series "Blow Out" on Bravo, hairstylist turned television star Jonathan Antin hasn't been able to enjoy very much free time lately. But when he can get a break, he enjoys a great meal, some quiet time at home and above all taking time to remember where he came from. The season finale of "Blow Out" airs July 13. Surf and turf Friday night I love going to have a really great dinner.
MAGAZINE
April 2, 2006 | Dan Neil
The Bravo reality-TV series "Blow Out," featuring the adventures of celebrity hairstylist and human bobble-head Jonathan Antin, is now clipping along in its third season. What a time to be alive. If you haven't seen the show, let me get you up to speed. Jonathan is the surreally well-groomed 38-year-old owner of two posh hair salons, one in West Hollywood, the other in Beverly Hills.
MAGAZINE
April 13, 1997
Styled by Emily Fitch/Kramer + Kramer, New York City; hair: Jonathan Antin/Heller Artists; makeup: Keston Ridley/Heller Artists; model: Eden Roundtree/Company Management, New York City
MAGAZINE
April 23, 2006
My boyfriend is obsessed with Dan Neil. And just when I have him convinced that Neil is a heterosexual with, I'm sure, a lovely wife, he writes a column on Jonathan Antin and uses words such as "bangin'" to describe his hair ("Scissor Hands," 800 Words, April 2). Now I'm back to square one. Could he please mention his wife a little more often? I can't take much more Sunday morning swooning. Ray Cochran Los Angeles
ENTERTAINMENT
January 13, 2000 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA
Things I learned from my hairdresser this week: That hunka-hunka burning actor, Vince Vaughn, owns a restaurant on Wilshire Boulevard called the Continental--and it's supposed to be quite swanky. It made a quiet debut in November, apparently. Then he told me that Rage, the famed West Hollywood gay night spot, began extensive renovations last year (using the same crew that revamped the Love Lounge into Factory/Ultrasuede), including adding a second floor.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 13, 2000 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Beauty Bar is pretty in pink. This swanky little number is the best thing to come out of New York since the Sky Bar. Plus, it's less pretentious. The trio of bars run by Paul Devitt--in New York, San Francisco and L.A.--invokes the look and spirit of a classic '60s-era beauty parlor. L.A.'s version is a diamond in the ruffian streets of Hollywood, namely the Cahuenga corridor. It offers two things Angelenos prize: glamour and booze. Seriously.
NEWS
July 1, 2004 | Chris Barton
Between opening a salon in Beverly Hills and being star of his own unscripted series "Blow Out" on Bravo, hairstylist turned television star Jonathan Antin hasn't been able to enjoy very much free time lately. But when he can get a break, he enjoys a great meal, some quiet time at home and above all taking time to remember where he came from. The season finale of "Blow Out" airs July 13. Surf and turf Friday night I love going to have a really great dinner.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 6, 2004 | Lisa Rosen, Special to The Times
For anyone who thinks movies don't influence kids, consider this: A young boy named Jonathan Antin watched the 1975 movie "Shampoo," in which a handsome hairstylist (Warren Beatty) worked his magic on the most desirable women in Los Angeles. Antin immediately decided that that was what he wanted to be when he grew up. By age 23, he had his own salon in West Hollywood, and his client list included Madonna, Kevin Costner, k.d. lang, Steve Tyler and Tiger Woods.
OPINION
June 5, 2005 | Joel Stein
I'm totally confused by Americans' attitude toward gay people. The gay playwright Nicky Silver made a pilot this year for Fox about a kid whose dad left his mom for another guy, and, to his shock, focus groups sympathized with the father. Yet states keep striking down gay marriage propositions. I, however, am very clear about my feelings toward gay men: I don't like them.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 24, 2006 | Paul Brownfield, Times Staff Writer
"Tabloid Wars," a reality series that begins tonight on Bravo, is a ride-along with the reporter-schleppers and editors at the New York Daily News, the tabloid that competes for daily subway supremacy with its principal rival, the New York Post. The show presents an old-school, grubby, boots-up look at daily tabloid journalism; I'm pretty sure I never heard the word "blog" or the phrase "most page views" during the first two episodes.
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