dreamy Jack Lange joined Naked News Daily Male in March, and
he sat down with us to answer a few questions.
Q: What one phrase do you think defines you
A: Easy like Sunday morning
Q: If you could retire tomorrow, where would you want to be?
A: I'd like to have a villa in the south of Spain. I love the
people of Spain, and the whole country itself is just glorious.
Q: It’s cliché time! Deserted island. One book,
one movie, one CD – what ones do you pick?
A: Okay, my book would be The World Almanac. It covers every
aspect of our history, geography, culture and more. I've been
reading it for periodically for two years and still haven’t
The movie would be more difficult, because
I enjoy so many. I think maybe I’ll go outside character
and pick True Romance. It has some of the coolest actors in
film history - Christopher
Walken and Dennis Hopper. It has sex, drugs, violence, comedy
- everything you could ask for in a movie. But remember folks,
in real life, drugs are bad. Just say no!
As for a CD, now you’re just talking
crazy. I couldn't pick just one CD.
Q: If you had to pick a “hero” to
model yourself after, who would it be?
A: Muhammad Ali. In addition to being one of the greatest boxers
ever, he was probably the most charismatic athlete we have ever
seen. He had the guts to stand up for what he believed in and
spoke out about issues that many high-profile stars wouldn't
go near. Every time someone doubted him, he proved them wrong.
When he fought the previously undefeated George Foreman, his
own trainer admitted he didn't think Ali could win. But he did
win, and it was one of the best fights ever. He transcended sports,
and his face and name was known all over the world. It still
is. How could anyone not respect this man, and want to be more
Q: What words of advice would you give to someone who asked?
A: Be happy with yourself. If you don't like your job, your life,
your whatever, then change it. Take your life into your own
hands and do what ever you can do to make it better. Don't
rely on anyone else to improve your situation. Take responsibility
for your own life.
Q: I absolutely could not live without…..
A: My morning coffee. I don't want to speak to anyone until it’s
Q: My Personal Motto is…..
A: I don't really have a personal motto but I just always try
to be happy and look on the bright side of things. No matter
how bad things seem there are always more unfortunate people
out there. “I just stick out my chin, and grin…” Hm.
There’s a show tune for everything, isn’t there?
Q: What happened at your audition?
A: The audition was a lot simpler than I thought it would be.
It only took about 15 minutes. It wasn't awkward at all. I
'm comfortable being naked, and I treated it as any other audition.
Since I sometimes do them naked, too.
Q: What do you do when you’re not an
A: I try to be as active as possible. I love being outdoors and
doing anything athletic. But also socializing as much as possible.
I can't stay in my apartment for long periods at a time. I
just go bonkers.
Q: What’s something you think we’d
like to know about life as an NN anchor?
A: We never wear clothes to work. I drive there naked, eat lunch
naked, go to meetings -all naked! I also do exercises in the
studio naked everyday, a lot of jumping jacks, lunges, squats.
Lots of squats. We also have regular group hugs and sing-alongs.
Q: What do you like most about the job?
A: The fresh air.
Q: What’s the funniest thing that’s
happened to you so far as an NN anchor?
A: There was an unfortunate stapler incident my first day.
It wasn't funny at the time but now I look back and laugh.
the other guys keep bringing it up, but I’ll show them.
I’ll show them all.
Q: Who’s your favorite co-anchor, and
A: They're all bitches. I hate them all. You should see the cat
fights in the change room.
Q: How did it feel to join an established group of anchors?
Did they make you feel at home?
A: They put tacks on my chair. Squeezed my nipples until they
turned purple. Spit in my coffee. I'm sure if I wore underwear
to work they would give me a wedgie.
Q: What made you decide to audition?
A: I was looking for change in careers. I thought it would be
a good opportunity that might open up other doors in the entertainment
field. And shorter-term, I get to hang out naked at work. What
guy doesn’t think that’s a hell of a perk?
Q: What did you do before you joined NN?
A: I spent the last eight years as a bartender. It was great
meeting and talking with people, getting a few free drinks
now and then. Plus, the occasional bill tucked down the front
of my pants. I also tried my hand at acting and writing, which
I still enjoy, although it rarely results in money in my crotch,
unless I put it there myself.
Q: What would you like to see NN Daily Male evolve into?
A: I would absolutely love to see it get onto TV. I'd also enjoy
adding some lighter fare, and doing more comedy.
Q: How do you feel about potentially being a lust object to
thousands of men?
A: Oh, it’s a rough life, isn’t it? I just like to
do my part to make the show enjoyable and entertaining for everyone,
and if men want to lust over me, well, that’s fine. I try
to do anything I can do to make people laugh or smile. Or whatever
they might want to do. It’s a burden, but with a little
support, I’m sure I can handle it.
Q: What do you think makes you unique among the NN anchors?
A: Well, I'm uncut, so there’s one thing…
Q: So, can you tell us a fun anecdote about yourself?
A: I hate people telling funny stories or anecdotes, because
it reminds me of the part of Jeopardy when all the contestants
tell a lame “funny” story about themselves (that
nobody outside their immediate family really cares about),
which is followed by some forced laughter from the audience.
It’s one of the most uncomfortable moments in TV – it’s
like listening to the best man at a wedding talking about “that
time, back in Grade 7, at the mall...”. You know, they
actually close the bar at most weddings during the speeches,
because no one would listen otherwise. You just know everyone
in the room is thinking “Man, if there was ever a time
I needed some vodka, it’s now!”
Man, if there was ever a time I needed some