Leo Burmester was a renaissance man. He was a successful actor having stared in more than 70 different films and TV shows as well as appearing on Broadway. He was a musician who recorded an album of original blues music and he was an artist. When he was not creating art, he was using it for good by producing concerts and working on projects that helped raise money for charity. Leo shared much of himself through his work including a skintastic and very revealing performance in Speed of Life (1999) where he played a professor who now has Alzheimer’s and must be cared for by his son. In the opening scene Leo is being bathed by his son (the sexy Scott Caan) and we get a full frontal view of his mature body in the tub. As Scott helps him out of the tub you will help yourself out of your pants. Later, as he is having his clothes changed, the Burmonster between his legs is exposed again. The scenes are not played for sex appeal, but they are still pretty hot and give you a fantastic view of this great character actor and interesting man in all his raw glory. Sadly Mr. Burmester left us in 2007 at the age of 67. He will be missed.