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  Morrison, James
NameJames Morrison
Newton, New Jersey , United States
Website [Link]
Born 00, 1971 (51 years)
Contributor*crickets chirp*
Last ModifedWSNJ
Oct 16, 2019 04:42pm
Tags Gay -
InfoOpenly gay Democrat from Newton, NJ. Contestant on the 2001 reality show "The Mole", where he advanced to the final round. He was eventually outperformed on the final quiz, losing $510,000 to the winner, Steven Cowles.

From votejimmorrison.com:
"In 1993, I graduated from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Washington DC with a BS in Foreign Service (International, Politics, Government, Diplomacy, Political Philosophy). In 1996 I received my law degree from Coloumbia Law School in NYC. The bulk of my legal work involved civil rights cases in federal court, notably discrimination cases. Since the early 90's I have been working on achieving my helicopter pilot's license, which ultimately led to my giving up practicing law and pursuing flying full time."

One of People Magazine's "50 Most Eligible Bachelors", 2001.

Taped a political talk show pilot for MTV, 2001.

The following is his profile from the ABC series:

Occupation: Helicopter Pilot / Lawyer

Self-Description: Smart, cute, sexy, resourceful, honest, loyal, fun.

Good liar: Of course, I'm a lawyer.

Event that changed life: "Coming out" to friends and family.

Worst quality: Arrogance

In the morning, it takes you how long to get ready: 5-10 minutes. If no coffee, 1 minute.

If you could only pack one suitcase for a trip, what would be in it? A trip to where? For how long? To do what? This makes a huge difference, c'mon!!


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Jun 25, 2003 12:00am News Candidate won't run from his naked past  Article *crickets chirp* 

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