Stephen hails from Trinidad and Tobago but today he calls Chesapeake, Virginia home. No wonder this island cutie knows how to turn up the heat.
At this point, we’re one-hundred percent certain that Stephen’s picture can be found in the dictionary somewhere between “gorgeous” and “hunk”.
Um, please excuse us. We’re momentarily mesmerized.
“My parents were strict and made sure we knew they were our parents and not our friends,” says Stephen. “I know that’s why I have such respect for them today.”
“I have six sisters and one brother,” says Stephen. “We are all very close and have each other’s backs.”
“My mother and my Aunt Paula got me into modeling,” Stephen shares. “Unfortunately my Aunt Paula has passed, but I hope she’s looking down and enjoying my successes both big and small.”
“In Trinidad I enjoyed feeling free, walking to the beach, climbing coconut trees and drinking coconut water, also picking the fruits from different trees, just enjoying life,” says Stephen. “I left Trinidad when I was eight years old and came to the USA.”
“I love everything I do professionally,” says Stephen. “I enjoy learning new things because it helps me to continue to grow.”
Heaven help us. Antonio, there should be a law against you taking your shirt off before noon. (Wink!)
Stephen keeps people in shape for a living and we can see why. He’s a walking inspiration poster!
“God inspires me to keep going when I feel like giving up,” Stephen admits. “I pray to God to cover me, protect me and to move me forward. And faith is my foundation. Simply believing I can is the only belief that serves me.”
Stephen can blow that kiss this way. Great shot!
Stephen says the bravest thing he’s ever done is save a friend from a bullet. There’s nothing sexier than courage.
“The perfect date to me is when I take a woman somewhere she has never been, see a pleasantly surprised expression on her face and then enjoy a spiritual connection with her,” says Stephen.
Stephen works out four times a week, and it shows. This pictures looks so yummy we could hang it on our wall.
“In my childhood, I liked spending time with my family and holidays,” Stephen recalls. “I remember being surrounded by lots of love and having a lot of fun.”
“I don’t just work out,” Stephen says. “I also watch what I eat because eating too much sugar slows down your metabolism and some studies have shown that it’s the number one reason cancer lives in our body.”