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As his marriage and finances disintegrated, he moved alone to Paris and supported himself as a gigolo while contributing to the satirical anarchist magazine Hara-Kiri.Melvin Van Peebles, fiercely independent filmmaker, dies at 89|Adam Bernstein|September 22, 2021|Washington Post
John Turturro gave me a part in his movie [Fading Gigolo], and I was happy to do it.Woody Allen on ‘Magic in the Moonlight,’ the Crisis in Gaza, and Those Allegations|Marlow Stern|July 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The ex-bookmen negotiate a 60-40 split in favor of the gigolo, and a business is born.
He sits on park benches scoping out rich middle-aged women for his gigolo.
Moreau, however, actually pined over a Greek gigolo that was brought along on a trip with her and Richardson.
Naturally, no decent French girl would have been allowed for a single moment to dance with a gigolo.
A very faint dull red crept suddenly over the pallor of the gigolo's face.
And the Mazzettis put but one interpretation upon a young woman who strolls into the soft darkness of the Promenade with a gigolo.
Orson J.'s fee, as he handed it to the gigolo, was the kind that mounted grandly into dollars instead of mere francs.
The nice-looking gigolo seemed to be in great demand, but Orson J. succeeded in capturing him after the third dance.