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Richard Simmons:

Unrequited Love- The Diva He Loved & Lost

Interviewed & Written by Jay Christian

In this most personal World Exclusive lost interview, Richard Simmons pours out his heart for the one woman he loved most in the world. He tells in his own words about his real true love for Barbra Streisand. At one time, he desperately wanted to marry and have children with her and he would have been a wonderful father and husband. He literally worshipped the ground Barbra stepped on. Since Barbra was his role model, he lost his weight and followed her to NY and LA, eventually becoming the world’s most popular fitness guru, which lead to his fame and fortune.

Throughout the years, Richard was well-known to Barbra and in her close circles, yet was never mentioned in her recently released 1,000 page memoir: My Name Is Barbra.

Here is the complete untold story in Richard’s words.

How did your love for Barbra Streisand all start?

This is a 25 year romance story.

I turned on the television and I saw Barbra Streisand 1964. I was 15 years old. I was fat, almost 300 pounds. I had no peers that I could relate to. I had no one that I could look up to. Then one day I turned on television and I saw Barbra Streisand on Jack Paar, on the Tonight Show and I just fell in love. She was talking and singing.

Then I got a clipping service. If you can imagine, a 15 year old boy, for Christmas, wanting to have a clipping service of Barbra Streisand. Twice a week, in the mail, I got articles about Barbra Streisand: about her childhood; about her father and mother- there was a divorce and there was a death and she wasn’t raised with a father; she was a real skinny little kid with a big nose and people made fun of her. And all of a sudden she just got her act together and she went out there and she showed people what she was all about. And she became my role model.

Was there a parallel in your life?

She was a skinny kid. She was not afraid to say what she thought. She was very verbal. She was strong and so was I and I had never met anyone like me before and I felt there were a lot of similarities.

I started reading about her… see, once the clipping service came in, I began getting articles from Newsweek & Time & Cosmo and in each article Barbra gave a little more out about herself and her childhood, so I felt a lot of similarities. I was the fat kid, she was the skinny kid.

[At the time when Richard was 15 years old, he lived in New Orleans with his parents.]

In 1964, I begged my father to let me go to New York to see Funny Girl. And my father was not a fan of Barbra Streisand. He thought she had a big nose and she sang too loud. I wasn’t allowed to play Barbra Streisand in the house, in my room. So I begged my father, begged and begged and pleaded, pleaded, pleaded, until he had no other choice but to send me to NY.

Here I was, 15 years old, in New York City and I ran and I bought a ticket to see Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl at the Winter Garden Theatre. 

Did you fly or take a bus?

I flew.

Did you go alone?


Where was the seat?

It was way away, it was far away.

How did you feel when she was performing?

I just died, I just died. There she was! I mean I just absolutely died. I sent her flowers.

Do you know if she got them?

Well, ya know, she was the hottest thing in the world. I was just one person that adored her. I felt I was a very special fan because I had figured out that she was my role model. She was this girl with imperfections that showed that you could have talent and to look beyond those imperfections.

Why her? Why a celebrity? Why not an average person or a friend?

We just did a lot of similar things. We both sang and acted crazy. We were both outspoken and we were both very personable and all of these things. So I figured that we had a lot in common, but she had really made it and I was going to learn. She was going to be my Svengali and I was going to learn from Barbra.

Was it love at first sight?

Absolutely! I was madly in love with her!

Did you ever write a fan letter and did she ever get back to you?

In the Playbill it said, ‘If you want more information about Barbra Streisand, write her mother.’ So I wrote the editor of Playbill, whose letter I have right in front of me. He wrote me a letter and he forwarded my letter in September of ’64 to Roz Kind, who was Barbra Streisand’s sister. She was the National President of her fan club. I am holding in my hands the letter.

And what did it say?

My real name is Milton Teagle Simmons. So she writes me a letter- ‘Dear Milton, Your letter to Playbill was forwarded to me. I gather from your letter that you would like information on Barbra Streisand. At the moment I do not have anything on hand. However I am presently in the process of organizing the Barbra Streisand National Fan Club and in the kit will be a two page biography. I am enclosing a Fan Club card in the event you’re interested in joining the club. If there is anything further that I can do for you, please let me know. Sincerely, Roz Kind.’

So I got the clipping service. So I joined her fan club.

Did you ever write a letter to her?


I really felt she was on a pedestal and I didn’t want to approach her.

I was so awed by her. I was so awed by her talents and everything. I saw one performance and I didn’t have any money left and I didn’t want to wire my father. So I made friends with one of the lighting men and he let me come in, [before each of Barbra’s performances] and for every day I was in NY, which was 5 days, I saw Funny Girl five times. So I had to sneak in, go to the back, knock on the door, they’d let me in and bring me up to the lighting seat again.

But you were closer then?

No, I was further away, the lighting, all the way in the back.

Did you stay at a hotel for the 5 days?

I had relatives in NY, so I stayed someplace, that I could stay 5 days and I had money enough to buy one ticket.

So, I got back on the plane, but I came back home and my father said, ‘Well, I hope you got her out of your system!’ because I really became very fanatical. I’d go to the record store and I would purchase the big posters of Barbra and the displays- I would write the record companies [to get them]. So my entire bedroom from top to bottom was Barbra Streisand.

Did any of your friends know this?

Oh yeah, all my friends knew it!! But it got to the fanatical point where they just.. it was too far. My parents had a very difficult time dealing with it. And I was just… as the clippings came in and she started doing other things, I just fell deeper and deeper and deeper in love with this person.

Where you physically attracted to her?

Let’s put it this way, I was very upset when Elliot Gould had a baby with her.  And I have one of the only pictures of Barbra and Elliot and the baby and I was very jealous! I would have married Barbra Streisand years ago.

And it got to the point where it was just a very well-known accepted fact [how much I loved Barbra]. I took art classes and I ended up doing pictures of Barbra Streisand.

But were you in love with her? 

I thought she was the most beautiful woman I ever met- excuse me, I had ever not met. She was the most beautiful woman I had ever seen!

What was so unique about Barbra?

First of all, I thought she was physically beautiful. I thought that she was like a sculpture. She was like a Greek goddess to me. When I looked at her, I was very happy. And I thought she was witty, bright, clever, personable, warm and sensitive and compassionate. I ate, slept and breathed Barbra Streisand.

Then I kept the clipping service for all these years and waited in line to buy her records and did all of those things. And then I went to NY and I did all kinds of different jobs. From being a waiter to working in the advertising agency because I was an illustrator. I was working for a department store and the art director finally said, ‘You’re making all of the women look like Barbra Streisand!’ So it even showed in my work.

Was she living in New York at that time?

At this particular time, she was now moving to California. She was out of NY. 

Did you make the move to New York to be closer to her?

I made the move to NY because Barbra started out in New York and I’d finished college and I was going to start out in that same place. So, she became kind of a guide line for me.

Did she have the strength in life that you were looking for, as a role model?

It sounds strange, but she was almost like my aunt or relative and I was just following her up. She was like part of my family. She became part of my family.

Did you admire her secureness?

I never saw her being secure and I still don’t. I saw her as a very vulnerable, not afraid to show her feelings, sensitive, loving woman. I knew she was smart and stuff because of the clippings I got – some of the clippings said very wonderful things about her and then there were clippings that said little snippy things about her. So I had to kind of not look at the snippy things because nothing was going to ruin this for me.

[At the time of this interview, Richard still had the clipping service for 25 years.

In 1974, Richard moved to California and bought his first photo of Barbra Streisand. He continued to buy photos throughout the years, where he’d spent tens of thousands for individual photos and negatives, all of Barbra Streisand. Today, in 2024, the collection is worth $1 million dollars.]

Well, the photographs got rather costly. Sometimes, I would actually buy the negative from a photographer. I had paid $1,000 and $2,000 for one little negative, to blow up and make a picture for my wall.

I didn’t do that in the 60s, but I collected. The clipping service sent me every magazine, every picture and every article.

When I came to California [1974], I decided to do a 'Barbra Streisand dining room' and then that’s when I started actually looking at photographs, seeing the name of the photographer, contacting the photographer, making friends with the photographer and then buying a print or a negative.

You sang her songs all the time?

Immediately I get into the car and put Barbra Streisand [songs on] …some people would chose Elvis, Judy Garland or [whoever], I mean everybody has their own thing. But my relationship with Barbra was a lot different because it was over a very long period of time. At the age of 15, this became an obsession with me.

Then when I moved out to LA and got a job as a waiter in a restaurant, about ‘79, this man kept coming into the restaurant and I just thought he was the most wonderful man and I didn’t know who he was because he just came and finally one day he made a reservation and I looked down in the book and it was Ray Stark. The man who is married to Fanny Brice’s daughter and the man who put Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl and produced it.

Little by little, as our friendship continued, I poured out my heart. So he said, ‘Well, I’m going to surprise you one night and bring her in.’ I said, ‘Mr. Stark, don’t you dare do that! I don’t want to meet her.’

Why didn’t you want to meet Barbra?

I just couldn’t deal with it.

Were you shy?

No, I wasn’t shy, I was adamant about not wanting to meet her. It was just that I had built this whole shrine and I based my life on this person. At that point in my life, it was fine that I didn’t want to meet her.

How long have you had this obsession?

I’ve had this obsession for 25 years, but it’s not like Fatal Attraction obsession. I admire her and I love her dearly. I’m not obsessed with her as I was when I was 15. Although I’m sitting in a room here with hundreds of pictures of Barbra. [he said laughing]

I decided yesterday, when I was going to do this interview, [I’d have all] my special clippings spread out that I keep in one scrapbook. I’m just sitting in the room with the pictures. I’ve got all my letters here and when I was in New York I ripped off a piece of an original billboard, so I have that and I have all my very favorite special pictures.

But what happened, to get back to the story, [in the restaurant]... the door opens one day and Ray Stark walks in with like 10 people, one of them being Barbra Streisand.

What did you do?

I was the waiter, I had to wait on the table. I went into the bathroom and threw up. I started to feel very sick and started to feel weak. But it was my table and I was working. It just happened so fast, that I didn’t even know it happened. I was very shy and quiet and very in awe and very uncomfortable.

Barbra was just inches away from you and how did you feel?

I was just dying inside, I was absolutely dying. I didn’t want to be in the same room.

She was herself very quiet and she very tiny. It was the first time I had seen her [close up.] She’s about 5’ 4”. She left and it just panicked me, panicked me.

What year was this?

This was about 1979. I continued to buy her records and I continued to be the first one in line for her movies. And all of a sudden, now I’m living in California.

Why were you out there?

I went out there just to pursue my career, which I still at that point didn’t know what it would be- acting or singing. I knew I liked helping people and I had lost all of my weight. I lost all my weight in 1969. I lost 137 pounds.

During this time, were you dating anyone in particular?

No, I was very directed in my career, I was very community directed and family directed and I wasn’t relationship directed.

Except, when I came out to LA, this first day I came out, I packed all these favorite foods that I read Barbra Streisand liked, from a certain kind of ice cream to a certain kind of gum. I found out her address from a movie star map. I knew she lived on Carolwood Drive and I drove my [rented] car over there and I got very nervous and I backed up into two cars and it had to be towed away in front of her house.

And what year was this?

That was about 1976.  I was just going to go and just meet her and this was before I met her in the restaurant. I had just come out to LA, I had rented a car, I made the decision that I was going to meet her, it was time that I meet her, I went out there and I freaked, got into the accident and left. And I got this job as a waiter and then Ray Stark brought her in and there she was, right in front of me. There were no guard gates, she was right there. Couldn’t deal with it.

Then in 1982, I met this fabulous girl named Maxine Smith. Maxine was an interior designer and she was married to Gary Smith. He was a big producer. A very wonderful, kind person.

And Maxine’s best friend was Barbra Streisand. Here we go again [meeting people in Barbra’s life]. In the meantime, I meet Jon Peters, Barbra Streisand’s producer.

How did you feel towards him?

Any man that went into her life, I was very angry. I mean they weren’t good enough for her.

[Then] all of a sudden, I meet a girl Betty Pierson, who worked with Jon Peters and now the same person that is doing Barbra Streisand hair, is doing my hair.

I have a restaurant, that’s now a very hot restaurant called Ruffage. And Maxine Smith, Barbra Streisand’s friend is eating there.

Now I get an agent. His name was Eric Cohen who was at William Morris. Who is Eric Cohen’s best friend? Roz Kind. So, it was like these pieces of the puzzle of the story coming together.

Does it seem like you and Barbra were destined to be together?

It seems that way.

One day Maxine Smith says to me, ‘I’m going to bring Barbra into the restaurant.’ I said, ‘Maxine, I’ve tried this once with Ray Stark, please don’t, I’m just not ready for it.’

What year was this?

This is now 1982/83.

So what happens? Maxine Smith walks in the door of my restaurant with Barbra Streisand.

So you saw Barbra come in your restaurant?

Barbra asked me where the bathroom was and I pointed her to the bathroom. She spoke to me for the first time. Right in front of me. Well, she talked to me as a waiter at the restaurant [years before]. And I just walked out the back door of my restaurant/exercise studio and left. I couldn’t deal with it, I couldn’t deal with it. Left my own restaurant.

Why did you lose your nerve talking to her?

I don’t know. It was several years ago and I just have kept it inside. And as I did General Hospital and The Richard Simmons Show and all the traveling, it just kind of got known little by little that I was just like a major fan. So once and a while people would say, ‘Well, ya know, look, I can introduce you to her’ and I’d go, ‘no, no, no.’ Maybe it was at the point that I didn’t want to meet her as a waiter, I didn’t want to meet her through a friend.

Right now, I’m 40 years old and she’s in her 40s. I have achieved a lot of things in my life and I have her to thank for many of those. It’s not like I want to marry her anymore. It’s not like I want to have a child with her anymore. It’s just that I want to meet her as a person. Just on a one-to-one, as Richard Simmons sitting down  and having dinner with Barbra Streisand. Whether I make it [dinner], she makes it, we meet someplace, I take her somewhere, we go to the beach or I fly her to NY and have dinner at the Winter Garden Theatre where I started 25 years ago. I’m not some berserk fan that rides around in front of her house.

One time, I’m looking at a letter that she wrote me. She was doing [a movie] The Main Event and she knows that the only thing I don’t have is an autograph of Barbra Streisand.

So her dog got in an accident and broke his legs and I sent over this little tree with dog bones hanging and I wrote a note to the dog named Rocky. And I’m looking at a letter she wrote me and it said-‘Dear Richard, How very sweet! Thank you for everything. Love, Rocky & Me.’ Which means still, I did not have her autograph.

What year was that?

This was about 4 years ago. But I know her mother, I met her mother. I’ve exercised her mother. I even have a picture that I found of me and her mother exercising [together]. It’s a black and white picture. And when Rozzie {Barbra' sister] needed to have a place to exercise, she came to my studio and I got to meet Rozzie and my agent Eric Cohen, I mean… it seems I was surrounded by relatives and people who knew Barbra. And I’ve lived with this now for about 5 years. And now I’m making the commitment. I said [to myself] when I’m 40 years old, I’m going to go the florist, do something fabulous, send her a card and write her a letter and tell her how I feel and ask her out for dinner and just take it from there.

No expectations?

No. The pictures will still hang, I will still love her. It would be unnatural for me not to feel a little disappointed in her and I’m sure I will. No one likes rejection. I wake up to her in the morning, in a room filled with her pictures.

How many photos are in your bedroom?

There are about 60… I have negatives that I’ve never blown up. But I have a total of about 3,000 pictures of Barbra.

I’m just taking my chance and I’m really proud I’m doing this because I have achieved a lot of things in my life.

Is this why you avoided her because you wanted to reach a certain goal in your life?

I think I wanted to be a peer, I didn’t want to be a fan. I’m sure that her mother has talked to her about me and I know Rozzie has talked to her and I know other people have talked to her. I’m sure in a way, she has heard patches of the quilt- I’m just writing her the whole quilt. And I’m just going to see what she says.

When you see a photo of Barbra, how do you feel? Do you study the photo?

I’m one of the biggest collectors of pictures of Barbra, so of course, I’m very critical on the lighting; on the way she looks, on her eyes, on her makeup, on her nails.

What do you see? 

I see this wonderful lady that I adore.

Do you love all her facial features?

I think she’s maybe in the top ten most beautiful women in the world!

It is because of her character lines?

I think that she has magnificent eyes! I think that her nose which has been made fun of, I think is beautiful. She has gorgeous full lips. She has a smile that doesn’t quit. But yet, still lurking in all of these legendary years, is a vulnerable, sensitive woman.

As you grow older, do you feel that you have more in common with her?

I don’t feel I have any more in common with her now than when I did when I was 15 years old. I have carried that same feeling for her.

Do you feel that your love for her has grown more throughout the years?

My love has become more comfortable though the years. I’m 40 years old. I still may act like I’m 15, but I’m 40 years old. I have lived on this earth for 40 years and so I accept things more now than I did when I was 15.

Do a lot of people know this today?

Sometimes. One time I was doing a talk show and someone asked me about my feelings towards Barbra and I looked pretty adamant that I didn’t really want to discuss it that much, but I did say that I loved her very much. It was something very private for me.

I’m not a show business person. I am not an actor. I’m not a movie star. I am a motivator that’s entertaining. So I don’t go to the openings, I don’t go to dinners and I know very few celebrities. I am not a social person. I don’t socialize. I’m not in that grouping. I pretty much stay to myself. So not a lot of people knew about it.

Did you dream about her a lot?

She was constantly in all my thoughts, whether I was awake or sleeping.

I’ve grown now. Like I said, I’m very comfortable with the feelings that I have for Barbra. I’m just putting all my eggs in one basket and see if I can just spend a few minutes with her.

Can you interpret that one step further?

I’m very secure in the fact of who I am and who she is. And I know what level of love [that I have]. It’s more of a realistic love than a fantasy love that I had when I was  15, sitting in the lighting booth of the Winter Garden Theatre.

Like I said, I always bump into [coincidental occurrences, such as]: I’m just having my photographs done and they go, ‘well, we just finished Barbra’s new album’ or I just went into a furniture store and they said, ‘Barbra just looked at that chair.’ So enough is enough. The only way to do it is that I’m just going to ask her out. It’s that simple. I’m asking Barbra Streisand out for a date.

Do you consider yourself a perfectionist?

Very much so.

So you are planning this date. Do you want it to be perfect?

I have a couple of flower shops in mind. I’m going to find out where she’s going to be and if she’s in town and if she’s not, where is she? On Valentine’s Day, a floral arrangement with this note will come. And she will read it. At that point, in the next couple days, I’m sure I’ll receive some kind of a reply or I will receive no reply. Each day that we live is the day that God gave us to live. I could be hit by a Sara Lee truck tomorrow.

And I waited till I was 40 years old to make this decision that I was going to do this with Barbra and I don’t want to be sick or dying to have this happen. I don’t want to leave this earth without at least giving it one try. And so,  on February 14th, she’ll get it. And we’ll see what happens.

Are you excited, happy, scared, nervous? What are you feeling right now about Barbra and meeting her?

I don’t really know. I made a New Year’s Resolution that when I reached 40, I was going to do this. I’m very nervous about it, I’m very excited about it. I feel like I’m that 15 year old kid again who received a letter from Roz Kind, her sister, in 1964.

What’s in the content of the 3 page letter to Barbra?

The letter is basically the interview that I gave you. The letter is an anthology of the last 25 years of my life. The letter also is a thank you letter, thanking her for being a guiding light in my life.

Does it mention anything in the letter about you loving her?

Well, I signed it love and I love the voice and the face and what I see of her on the big screen and the little screen and so I have love for that person.

How do you think she’s going to take the letter?

[With his voice breaking up in tears.] I would hope to think that… I think she’ll cry. Because I think she knows that I mean it.

She’ll know that you love her?

She’ll know that I really care an awful lot about her.

Then you’ve got nothing to lose?

No, I don’t.

If I gave you three wishes about Barbra right now?

I would like to do an aerobic video to all Streisand music.

I would like to do a fund raiser with Barbra Streisand that would help a lot of people on this earth.

And I would just like to have a real date with her, where I pick her up in the car, take her out to eat.

Do you think Barbra is going to know that you love her?

The letter is written out of a lot of feelings and a lot of love and I think she’ll know this.


Richard sent the letter by messenger with a huge arrangement of imported tulips.

Ten days later, Simmons received a letter from Streisand, but he put the letter in a wall safe in his home and waited two months to open it on Barbra’s birthday- April 24th. When he finally read it, she thanked him for the flowers, but said she had family and career commitments and that it wasn’t time to meet. Years later, Barbra met and married James Brolin.

There was no more to be said from Richard. This unrequited love consumed most of Richard’s life. **

-Jay Christian  

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8 ounces of semi-sweet chocolate bits

5 tablespoons cold water

1 tablespoon instant coffee

5 large eggs

2 tablespoons light rum

½ cup heavy cream

2 teaspoons sugar

2 teaspoons ground almonds

2 teaspoons coffee liqueur


In the top of a double boiler, heat chocolate bits over simmering water just until melted. Stir in cold water and instant coffee. Separate eggs, placing whites in a bowl; let them warm to room temperature. Stir egg yolks into the melted chocolate mixture, then beat in rum and allow mixture to cool slightly. Beat egg whites with electric mixer until soft peaks form. Fold whites into chocolate mixture. Pour into six cups with lids. Refrigerate 24 hours.

Just before serving- in a small bowl, with mixer, whip the cream until thick. Add sugar, ground almonds and coffee liqueur. Beat until cream holds its shape; spoon into serving bowl. Serve alongside the pot de crème. Serves 6.

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2 cups flour

2 cups sugar

3 ½ teaspoons margarine or butter

½ cup shortening

1 cup water

1 teaspoon vanilla

½ cup buttermilk

1 teaspoon baking soda


⅓ cup milk

1 stick margarine or butter

3 ½ teaspoons cocoa

1 box of confectioners’ sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 cup coarsely chopped nuts


In a large bowl, combine 2 cups flour and 2 cups sugar. Set aside. In a pan, put 1 stick or margarine or butter, 3 ½ teaspoons cocoa, shortening and water and bring to a boil. Remove from heat. Add to dry ingredients and mix together. Then add eggs, vanilla, buttermilk and baking soda. Mix well for about 4 minutes. Pour into a greased and lightly floured pan. Pan should be 15 ½ by 10 ½ by 1 inch. Correct size of pan and baking time are very important for perfect cake. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.

For icing- in a saucepan, add milk, margarine or butter and cocoa and bring to a boil while mixing. Add one box of confectioners’ sugar and vanilla with the coarsely ground nuts (walnuts are preferred) and mix well. Then, pour hot icing on hot cake. Let cool and enjoy!

Janet Leigh's Chocolate Cake


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