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Oprah asked Paris, "Bob, why not just stay in the closet?
" Paris explained how "you fall in love" and that it doesn't feel right to hide it.
Moreover, Paris was also involved in his school's debate team and a member of the International Thespian Society.
Paris was involved in many sports in high school, he did track and field, golf, and was a talented football player for his school.
Paris was the 1983 NPC American National and IFBB World Bodybuilding Champion.
In high school Paris's interest in acting and theater started early, Paris was in several musicals throughout high school.
On October 10, 1998, he made his New York stage debut, starring at Carnegie Hall opposite Bea Arthur, Sandy Duncan, Michael Jeter, Philip Bosco, Alice Ripley and Tyne Daly in the Broadway musical, Jubilee as the character Mowgli.
In the July 1989 issue of Ironman, Paris came out in the media as a gay man.
Paris and his former boyfriend, Rod Jackson, became symbols for gay marriage and advocated gay rights.
Paris's career ended up suffering because he came out as gay; he claims his life was even threatened through mail and by phone.