|All work and no play would've made Todd a dull boy|
A Bruce Weber muse, this dark-haired dude with suggestive eyes was a hot commodity in the early '80s. As such, he is used by peer Bruce Hulse in the latter's Sex, Love, and Fashion: A Memoir of a Male Model to make a point, both about Irvin's status and about the wisdom of working when you're hot since you'll want to when you're not:
"Todd made his way around the room, hugging and kissing agents and assistants. Everyone was at his beck and call, asking if he needed anything. 'A drink, Tood? A cigarette? Would you like a coffee?' An agent approached Todd and began to discuss his upcoming schedule, mentioning that he was booked solid for the next three months. I was shocked when I overheard him tell the booker that he didn't want to work that much. I would have done anything for a single job, let alone three months of work."