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Though New York based, all work with clients across the country (and internationally), and Daniels keeps an LA office as well.
All offer a unique perspective and approach to their services, and all have toe-curling prices. From ,000-0,000, depending on the matchmaker and your deal. Matchmaker Richard Easton, new to the New York market and an anomaly among matchmakers -- most are women -- says he challenges the price resistance he sometimes encounters with a car analogy.
I don't think this is any sexist plot by the modern day Dolly Levi's, only a reflection of a dating dynamic that is still alive and well -- at least where well-to-do men are concerned.
I spoke recently with three matchmakers, Richard Easton, Janis Spindel and Samantha Daniels.
I am curious about how they weed out the gold diggers -- why would a beautiful, Ivy League educated 25 year old woman need a dating service to find a man? I am way over 40, but I know from internet dating that 45 or 50 year old guys are generally not looking for women their age.
Spindel assures me she can spot them a mile away, and they won't get on her roster.
She launched her agency in New York 11 years ago, then set up an office in L. after going there to produce the TV show based on her life, "Miss Match." Very social in both cities, she takes on high profile women as paying clients as well -- studio heads, CEO's, and other successful women who need equally successful -- or incredibly well- adjusted -- men who will not be intimidated by their success. So we'll see if these matchmakers come up with the goods. If you see me in a restaurant with a 78-year-old, you'll know it was a set-up.
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In order to get on the "roster," women must be very attractive, fit, be either book smart or street smart, and have a successful career of some sort. 27 to 78.) They don't accept many short women, though they do keep a small pool for very short men.
"Ivy league educated" gets thrown around a lot in describing both the men and women on the matchmakers' books. They ask for "natural beauty", so presumably those botoxed into a state of forehead catatonia or sporting impossibly perky triple D's are less desirable.