Cesar the Crowd Pleaser
Weight: 162 lbs
Best Feature: Patience
Sexiest part of a Woman: Her mind
Turns Ons: Sense of Humor
Turn Offs: Ignorance
Hobbies: Firearms, Card Games, Sports, Dancing, Photo Editing, Music Editing, Conversation, and Traveling.
Ambition: Retire early off of my investments and travel the world while studying various disciplines
Favorite type of Food: Anything that bleeds, medium rare is key.
Cesar was born and raised in Miami, Florida as the first generation American in a family 100% of Cuban decent. Growing up he spent the majority of his time outdoors camping, playing sports, and enjoying some of the nicest beaches in the world. At the age of seventeen he joined the United States Army promptly after graduating where he successfully completed the three levels of trail and training to come and Army Ranger. Upon completion of the challenging Army Ranger school (in which students are kept in a sleep and food deprived state for a minimum of 3 months) he was assigned as a team leader with in Ranger Battalion and was deployed to Afghanistan as the Middle East conflict began. For the remainder of his enlistment he deployed two more times to Afghanistan and Iraq earning a combat jump stars for each conflict.
After receiving an honorable discharge Cesar moved back to Miami, where he began to attend college courses online while being hired as a close personal security operative for government officials overseas. For the following seven years Cesar successfully completed over twenty deployments to war zones, earning an associate’s degree in business management, and finishing just shy of a bachelor’s degree in security administration. In between contracts Cesar found himself back packing across the globe enjoying the culture of other countries which include Costa Rica, Australia, Tasmania, Oman, Colombia, Nicaragua, Canada, and Panama.
When time came to live a less dangerous life style Cesar settled in Dallas where he began to assist in Salsa lessons and well as work for UPS loading the delivery trucks in the early hours of the day. It was his love of dance and fitness that led him to hesitantly begin working at LaBare Dallas, but only after several months of being a server, he decided this was a challenge to broaden his horizons he was willing to accept whole heartedly. Since then Cesar has competed in over twelve strip offs placing in top eight competitors in over ten and has continued to create new shows as well as expand the methods in which he can support the fan base and community around him. Cesar’s focus, determination, and work ethic has currently led him to offer around the clock life coaching, personal training, firearms training, dance lessons, and stripagram services. Cesar has a plan and goals for his life and is ferocious in his resolve to accomplish those goals, so if you like to be part of the journey visit LaBare Dallas and become acquainted with Cesar the Crowd Pleaser.
We asked Cesar 10 Random Questions and Here is What He Answered:
Who do you admire most?
There is no one person I admire most in this world, because every person offers some form of amazing feats through their own methods and I try to absorb as much as I can from everyone I interact with. If a person shows perseverance through difficult obstacles I admire that as well as their drive. If a person shows patience and wisdom while navigating life or business endeavors I admire that. Each person we interact with or learn about gives us the opportunity to motivate and improve our own lives and taking advantage of as many opportunities as possible is why I can’t select just one person to admire most.
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be?
If I could travel to one place (that I haven’t already) I would travel to Japan, specifically the more rural areas outside of the major cities. I have a profound respect for a populace that has retained so much of their culture through centuries of growth and evolution. As a whole the Japanese culture is respectful, kind, intelligent, and extremely disciplined which are all traits I highly value. Experiencing and interacting with such a people would inspire me to improve myself as well as try harder to be a better person.
If you could get yourself anything what would it be?
The one thing I would give myself if I could (realistically speaking since super powers are out of the question) is one of those single person winged jet packs. Equipping and operating an apparatus like that is as close to flying as any human can get in present time and what better way to see the world than to fly over it, around it, and sometimes even through it in complete freedom. Let’s be honest as well the commute to LaBare and stripagrams would be much easier, less time consuming, and fun.
What is the most interesting thing in your wallet?
In my wallet I have my 3rd Ranger Battalion challenge coin, which was given to me once I successfully completed the Ranger Indoctrination Program (R.I.P.) and was assigned to 3rd Ranger Battalion stationed in Fort Benning, Georgia. The coin is a symbol of the unit displaying the year it was commissioned as well as our ensignia, the ranger scroll and the combat campaigns the unit has participated in. It is called a challenge coin because if anyone ever challenges another ranger with it and they do not reveal their own, the challenged pays for the next round.
What is the first thing you notice about a woman?
The very first thing I notice about a woman is her smile, simply because I enjoy seeing people happy. A smile can say a lot about a person, such as whether they are shy or out going, at ease or worried, not to mention it might be the part of their body you ended up seeing the most. Since I am constantly trying to crack jokes or put people in good moods a really nice smile that starts at the eyes and spreads across their face in enjoyment and relief is a huge reward and refreshing sight in deed.
What is your biggest addiction?
My biggest addiction would have to be my addictive personality and I’ll explain, since it might not make sense right away. The way I was raised I, rarely do I not give something my all, whether it be attention, effort, or thought and I have an interest in a wide range of subjects. So in many cases whenever I am introduced to something new and enjoy it I end up becoming somewhat consumed by it in attempts to be the best I can. It was that way when I first became an entertainer, I continued to work on new acts, attend classes to improve my stages, and even designed a stripagram skit to increase the number I do every week. This includes book series, hobbies, sports, games, work, and trivia, so it can sometimes be a never ended cycle of various addictions so to speak.
Can you describe yourself in three words?
Wisdom, honor, and loyalty. All three are tattooed along my ribs as a reminder of the person I try to be. Wisdom is learning from the experience of others as well as those that I have partaken in. Honor is to carry and present myself and actions in a manner that will only bring good tidings to my name and reputation. Last but not least is loyalty, to those that support me, care for me, and value our relationships, my drive to be there for the friends and family that need me, the country that made a home for my family, and the people that place their trust in me.
What is your greatest fear?
I am deathly afraid of heights and I am being completely serious. I have spent the better part of my life conquering that fear and not allowing it to stop me from completing a task, but the fact is that the fear still remains. Granted it might be hard to believe considering that I have climbed rock faces in the boy scouts, jumped out of planes with the army, and slid down ropes from a helicopter in the rangers, but I assure you the struggle is real. I cannot tell you how many times I have climbed a ladder while shaking and maintaining a death grip on every hand hold I can find.
What is your craziest LaBare moment?
In all honesty so many crazy things happen at LaBare on a regular basis it becomes quite difficult not to just consider things as normal. With that being said though I do recall this one Saturday night, main stage, four rows deep, during prime time. I had completed my act and stripped down so it was time to dance for the lovely ladies and collect some tips while entertaining. I was working my way along the crowd when I knelt before this woman that happens to be super excited, in fact she is so excited she literally captures me in a bear hug and begins to lift me off the stage several times. With no end in sight it got to the point where I had to use one of my hand to hand combat techniques from when I was a body guard to break away from her! Needless to say I avoided that side of main stage for the remainder of my set.
What is your most humorous stripagram experience?
I had a stripagram at a hotel for a bachelorette party of roughly eleven women on a Saturday night. The routine was cop and it was all pretty standard really, too easy right? Well I was wrong. So the person that booked the stripagram was the only one that had been to LaBare and so to help the party along and “relax” everyone’s nerves, she had the alcohol flowing prior to my arrival. During the skit the ladies were having a blast and all was going well, but once the dancing began they took it to an entirely new level. During the course of said entertainment the bachelorette attempted to take me into both the coat closet and the bathroom! Politely refusing while trying to maintain professionalism was not as easy as one might think is as her friends simply cheered her on while I on the other hand was leaving claw marks along the walls. Luckily we avoided any awkward situations and finished the stripagram alive and on a good note.