J., he heard the call to service doing volunteer work in one of Boston’s most downtrodden neighborhoods.

Despite the example of his parents, who have been wed 40 years, Clooney has said he’s not interested in marrying again or in having kids.

“I’ve made it difficult to have a relationship because my first love is work and my second love is my friends,” he told .

The globetrotter and art lover says he is so committed to his craft that he often dreams up recipes in his sleep.

(“I write directions down in the middle of the night”) Samuelsson—who has had one live-in relationship (at age 20) and says he remains friends with all his ex-girlfriends—approaches his search for a mate with equal gusto: “I’m looking for a ‘wow’ experience.” SEEKING: A woman who loves “fashion, food, wine, travel, skiing.” CAVEAT: He admits he’s less than handy around the house. Afraid pop stars are too rowdy to be husband material? He claims to have never set foot in a strip club, smoked pot or even puffed a cigarette.

Then there’s Pan’s job running Heads Up, a $1.6 million tutoring program for needy inner-city kids that he cofounded in 1996 after collecting a Harvard economics degree.

One of three kids of William, 58, a lawyer, and Ruby, 54, a homemaker from Millburn, N.7 VINCENT PAN, 27, nonprofit executive, Washington, D. In a sea of pols and pinstripes, this son of Taiwanese immigrants stands out.First, there’s the smile: “Sometimes sheepish, sometimes cocky,” says pal Joanne Nelson.News flash from the romance front: All the good ones aren’t taken.Okay, so 60 percent of America’s singles over the age of 18 are women. C., transplant surgeon Mark Johnson knows the way to your heart. New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter may be a good fit.But cheer up, ladies: “That will change, I’m sure,” he added.