Sheila Kelley is the founder of S Factor pole dancing fitness clubs, where celebrity students include Teri Hatcher, Kate Hudson, Marissa Tomei, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Julie Benz, to name a few. But her skills extend far beyond fitness, as she has been seen in her fair share of small screen projects as well, including L.A. Law, Sisters, and a recurring role on the final season of Lost.
Where were you born ?
How long in Los angeles:
Windsor Square Founder and CEO, Sheila Kelley S Factor
Windsor Square Founder and CEO, Sheila Kelley S Factor Barbrix in Silver Lake
Arado on Wilshire and Wilton
Best Ethnic Food:
Korean Bar-B-Q – any of the Korean barbeque restaurants in Koreatown
Best place for late night dining:
Magnolia on sunset near vine
Sweet Lady Jane
Best place for a romantic date:
Il Cielo on Burton Way
Best Sunday brunch:
The Greek Theatre
Best place for a power business meeting:
The lobby of Shutters on the Beach.
All-around favorite spot in Los angeles:
The beaches north of Malibu and the Malibu Market
If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend?
Shutters on the Beach or Farmer’s Daughter on Fairfax
Favorite shopping venue/boutique:
Landis General Store on Larchmont Boulevard—this place has everything, and I mean everything!
Best place to buy Jewelry/Watches:
Pepi Fine Jewelry on Robertson. Pepi is a genius jeweler and reasonably priced.
Beverly Hot Springs in Koreatown
Favorite Charity Event:
A Time For Heroes Celebrity Carnival To Benefit The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Favorite Cultural Event:
The Mark Taper Forum and Geffen Playhouse
No steak for me but the best Lobster is at The Palm!
Pizzeria Mozza—hands down
Take out from La Brea Bakery, particularly the chicken salad and green iced tea to go, then sit outside in the shade and veg.
Best Gym/Athletic Facility:
S Factor studio on Wilshire and La Brea, or in Encino
Healing Hands on Larchmont—ask for Elisse
Best Limousine/Driving Service:
My hub-man Richard Schiff—he takes me where I need to go.
The Getty on PCH
Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore:
Edward Albert park in Malibu, off of Winding Way Road, on horseback
Best aspect of Los Angeles
Feels like a relaxed sleepy place to live an easy life, but, it has fire and verve and unexpected turns every day.
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