I love when this former A- list mostly movie actress is recognized for the work she does outside of acting.
The actress, who recently got involved in a project with television’s version of The Cooler, is not as well known for being someone who the rich and powerful call when they want to interact with her as a Dominatrix.
She has kind of taken over the role once held by another actress who gave it all up, including acting when she married one of her rich clients.
Previous Dominatrix: Leelee Sobieski
Husband: fashion designer Adam Kimmel, the son of American real estate developer Martin Kimmel and grandson of American boat racer and designer Donald Aronow
Remember ’90s ‘it girl’ Leelee Sobieski? Here’s why she left Hollywood
Leelee Sobieski was once one of the most popular young actresses in Hollywood.
In the late ’90s, she starred in a string of hits like Never Been Kissed with Drew Barrymore and a pre-Lord of the Rings Elijah Wood in Deep Impact.
With additional roles in The Glass House and Joan of Arc, she was a bonafide ‘it girl’, but has been keeping a low profile in recent years to focus on her family. Sobieski (32) balanced her budding Hollywood career with college as she is an graduate of ivy league Brown University.
She wed designer Adam Kimmel in 2010 and the couple have two children together Louisianna Ray and Martin.- Source
What Happened to Designer Adam Kimmel?
In 2012, the young menswear designer Adam Kimmel was, as they say, poised for greatness. The label he started in 2005 was growing steadily. He had popular cross-over collaborations with Supreme and Carhartt that were making waves beyond the high fashion world. He had shrugged off conventional ways of showing his collections, and instead staged creatively ambitious presentations that garnered critical acclaim and sent his star rising higher: David Blaine swimming with sharks, a casino full of models wearing oversized masks designed by George Condo, a tuxedoed rodeo cowboy riding a bull, and a motorcycle-riding Sasquatch playing master of ceremonies at an art gallery in Paris. He had cosigns from some of the coolest guys on the planet, many of whom he used as his models, including Glenn O’Brien, Aaron Bondaroff, Dennis Hopper, Ryan McGinley, and the seminal American artists George Herms, Larry Bell, and John Baldessari. Kimmel’s Fall-Winter 2012 collection featured an Area 51-inspired set with models wearing fighter pilot flight masks. It may have been his greatest, according to Style.com critic Tim Blanks. “He’s like a great moviemaker in the way he can find and tap American myths to contextualize and elevate his product in his presentations,” Blanks wrote in his review.
So naturally, as he seemed to be reaching a peak, Adam Kimmel canceled his Spring-Summer 2013 collection and walked away from the business that he built after seven years of seemingly unhindered success.- Read more here