He doesn’t buy into the idea of a Superman curse—the idea that actors who play Superman can never really be accepted in other roles (and they’re doomed to a grim demise.)“I think it’s the biggest can of baloney I’ve ever heard,” Cain says. “So it’s why I’ve done so much family fare in the last few years.
“OK, this is the part where I don't talk about my private life,” Teri laughed. “I wouldn't accuse anybody of anything,” Teri said. I have no idea how those pictures were taken.” Ryan claimed he had nothing to do with the photographs but just an hour after the date ended, Ryan called Teri and told her it's over. When you go on a third date with somebody, you don't have to qualify why you want to date them or not date them ever again. Whatever.” “Why do you have such a hard time getting a date or somebody that is good? ” “I think really the reason I've had the luck that I've had was so I could write chapter eight of my book!
“I really have so speculation at all.” Well, others do, implying someone in Ryan's camp set up the photo op. Plenty of us have gone out on dates and don't want to go out again. “It's filled with it, you just can't make that s***, wait, can't you spell s*** on TV but you can't say it,” Teri laughed.
He considers himself a producer, but adds: “I’m currently producing nothing.” In the mid-‘90s, Cain’s career was as hot as the spandex suit that his Man of Steel donned every Sunday night.
Coming into acting after a professional football injury, Cain had chiseled abs that helped make him into an overnight heartthrob.
He attempted a film career (including a string of bad indies), hosted the TBS series Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and played convicted killer Scott Peterson in a Lifetime Movie.
“I like to work,” Cain says, on a call from Los Angeles, pointing to an eclectic career that encompasses a variety of smaller roles in television.Yes, Superman is currently single—“I am on the market! It’s about the fun of the competition.” He took his winning lady on a wine-tasting date and might see her again, though he hasn’t made any official plans.In June, Cain dives into boot camp for Stars Earn Stripes, an NBC series created by Mark Burnett that’s like Survivor but with celebrities—and military challenges instead of endurance competitions.Cain played a supporting role in the 2003 action thriller Out of Time opposite Denzel Washington, but the experience left him with a sour aftertaste.“Denzel made a truckload of cash and I made peanuts! “I make more on one episode of television than I made in the six weeks of shooting that. I don’t know how some of these people make a living.” So he’s fine with all his various roles on TV, which he hasn’t even fully covered (on IMDB, he is listed as having nine projects in development, including a TV movie called The Dog Who Saved Christmas Eve).The Choice, which premieres Thursday on Fox, features Cain on a panel with other quasi-celebrities (his episode has model Tyson Beckford, football player Ndamukong Suh, and TV plastic surgeon Robert Nettles) trying to find the woman of their dreams from a pool of contestants they aren’t allowed to see.