Eloquent and strong, Wiltshire is equal parts philosopher, fighter and artist. He can subdue you with either kicks or his charm. He's tall, solid and incredibly modest for a guy who's competed against kickboxing madmen the world over.
How'd you get so hot?
You'll have to ask the person who nominated me. (Laughs.) How do you answer that? I'm flattered, I'll say that.
Tell us about your first kiss.
Well, the first good one, it was like an out-of-body experience. It was like God slapped me right across my face.
What is the most far-out thing you believe in (UFOs, ghosts, sea monsters, etc.)?
There's probably a bar where all those urban myths hang out. They all come up with some new ways to scare us. Nessie, Bigfoot. All of 'em.
Why don't men read?
I read. I'm a man.
I've just spilled red wine and marinara sauce on my white cotton shirt. What should I do?
Wow, at the same time? Head back home, change your shirt.
Do you have any tattoos?
(Shows his right forearm.) This is a Tibetan deity of compassion. An androgynous God. (Shows off left forearm.) And this means "spirit of battle." It's Japanese.
Tell us some personal trivia.
I'm named after the place in Vietnam where my father's helicopter crashed with all his platoon mates. He was the only person who survived.
Fox News or CNN?
Can I say "Democracy Now!"?
If you could change one thing about your appearance, what would it be?
You know, I accept myself. If it's something I really wanted to change, I could. When I was younger, I'd say I wish I had hair still. But now, who cares?
Clowns, funny or scary?
Hmmm, kind of both, you know.
What goals do you want to accomplish?
While I'm here, I want to do the best I can to overcome any limiting beliefs I have and help others do the same.