Reichen Lehmkuhl from "The A-List: New York" stars in the Logo reality docu-series. He is also featured in VH1's reality series "Couples Therapy" and was the winner of Season 4 of CBS's "The Amazing Race."

"The A-List: New York"

Though most infamous for being the ex-boyfriend of *NSYNC's Lance Bass, Reichen moved to NYC last summer to take on Broadway. With the closing of his show, he only has about ten other careers to fall back on: actor, model, author, activist, Air Force pilot, jewelry designer and now, as the face of his own skincare line. He is also almost done writing his second book, "It'll Be Great Exposure."

"Couples Therapy"

The relationship between Reichen Lehmkuhl and his ex-boyfriend, model Rodiney Santiago, has been on the rocks ever since they starred on the hit Logo show "The A-List" together. On the show, their trust in each other was torn apart after breaking up in front of millions of viewers. They are enrolling in couples therapy to give their relationship another shot, and as a gay couple in the public eye, they will also have to overcome stereotypes and the pressures of public opinion.


How old is he? Where does he live? Who is he dating? Find out here.

Age: 43 years old
Birthday: December 26, 1973
Full Name / Real Name: Richard Allen Lehmkuhl
Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH
Current Residence: New York, NY

Check out Reichen Lehmkuhl hot pics and sexy photos.



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gabby says:
I like Reichen...I think he needs love in his life and not someone who will use him only for his status. That often happens with public figures.
jean says:
It's no wonder that Reichen is a flop as an actor. He's bricked in, emotionally. Calling him stiff would be a compliment.
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