Interview With Actress Candace Kita

By Andy Pope

You may have seen the multi-talented model and actress Candice Kita on Fox’s “Masked Rider” series or on Howard Stern’s “Son of the Beach” (also check out Candace Kita’s web site at We caught up with Candice Kita to get the inside scoop on her dating life:

What kind of guys do you fall for? What are the three most important attributes that you look for in a man?

Candace Kita: I think the three most important attributes would have to be: honesty, integrity and a good sense of humor.

What was your most fun date? What did you do?

Candace Kita: My most fun date was a day at Disneyland believe it or not! I love a date in a relaxed, easy-going atmosphere. Dates don’t necessarily have to be expensive.

What’s a good location/venue for a first date?

Candace Kita: I like lunch or coffee in the daytime for a first date. No big build up, after all it’s just lunch.

If I wanted to meet a beautiful woman like you, what would be the best place to meet you?

Candace Kita: I think beautiful women are everywhere because they are just normal people like everyone else. I think I get approached more often at the post office than anywhere else!

What’s the worst place for a guy to hit on you?

Candace Kita: The worst place to be hit on is at work or when I’m in a rush to get somewhere.

Have you ever dated a guy that you didn’t like when you first met him? If yes, what did he do to become more attractive to you?

Candace Kita: I can’t say that I’ve ever dated someone I didn’t initially like. First impressions are pretty important and if someone is rude or mean, I don’t believe I should go out with them. Period.

What things should guys know about dating but never seem to get correctly?

Candace Kita: BE ON TIME! I cannot stress how important this is. Women do not want to wait and no excuse is good enough.

What signals do you give to a man when you want him to make the first move?

Smiling, great eye contact and total focus on that individual.

What signals do you give a man when you want him to stay away?

Not making eye contact, not initiating conversation, not smiling.

What are your biggest turn-ons?

Promptness, a sense of humor, a sense of fun, someone who is responsible and a go-getter with a sense of compassion.

What are your biggest turn-offs?

being late, rude, ignorant, inattentive and brash

What is the one thing you wish all men knew about women?

We loved to be cherished and appreciated, not just for our looks but for who we are as human beings; after all, we’re all just people.