That reminded Howard that Fran once called him up and told him that she was single and looking to date a successful man.Howard said it was weird because it was almost as if she was making an announcement about it. Howard said that he thought Fran was practically soliciting him for sex with that phone call.Fran Drescher is back out in the dating scene with her new man, who is a celebrity in his own right. He's a Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate for one.
but it turns out that he wasn't her first pick.Looking beautiful in a figure-hugging forest green dress with a plunging neckline, the .Bologna, 80, had a short run with the series, playing two different characters.Howard heard that Fran recently broke up with her boyfriend who was much younger than her.Fran said that was true and while she's not in a relationship right now she is still having sex. He's an ex-NBA player whom she described as her "Nubian God." Howard kept trying to guess who the player was but Fran wouldn't give up the name.In 1994, he played actor Alan Beck, and in 1999, he starred as Dr.Joe Razzo, the love interest of Sylvia Fine (played by Bologna's real wife Taylor)."The Nanny" star Fran Drescher was scheduled to come on the show today and Gary told Howard that she showed up with about 50 people.He said there were tons of publicists, hair stylists, make up people, etc with her. Howard said those little dogs have become the new purse for some female celebrities. Artie didn't understand why people would want to live with a dog let alone walk around with in your arms all day.There was another guy in the band that she had her eyes on. Ayyadurai - who owns the patent to email and is often credited as the inventor of the electronic mail system amid some controversy - was giving a talk at an event hosted by Deepak Chopra.