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His Brooklyn was Los Angeles, and his origin was Italian and Cherokee.Until, one night, Peters was requested to come by—to his fury—to create a wig for her.If it all sounds like Jon was the model for the insatiable protagonist of , Peters snaps, "Hell, no." Jon made his house calls not on a Triumph like George but in a Ferrari, and he protests, "I never went through women like that guy did. I've been married twice..." He was married, in fact, at the time to actress Lesley Ann Warren.Naturally, some of the folks she and Jon have gone through along the way are now busily bad-mouthing the enterprise. "So what if Jon was a hairdresser," snaps Barbra, her pale blue eyes ablaze. "This man has done a lot to open my life," she exults. He doesn't let people walk over him." Not even Streisand?Responds the exec producer: "Sure, we've had problems, but tell me what major movie hasn't? "A lot of producers in Hollywood started off selling dresses in New York City. "He has exposed me to a lot of things I wasn't aware of before, like gardening and health foods." Besides, Barbra continues, "Jon is a very strong man. He's sold off his beauty salon empire, but doesn't Jon still do Barbra? That's a joke between us." "He never fools with It," she chimes in, "except when we're making out." When Jon combed his way into Streisand's life in August 1973, her marriage to the erratic Gould was long kaput.
Strangehold in question is hairstylist emeritus Jon Peters. And in Bel Air, where the only glamorous coupling these days is Woodward & Bernstein, their relationship isn't called love but tacky.The life of Streisand and Peters has exceeded even the art of Warren (Shampoo) Beatty.