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Mark Consuelos Discusses His Odd Dreams And More For HuffPost's #nofilter

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These days, our knowledge of celebrities too often originates with paparazzi images and snarky quotes by anonymous "insiders." After a while, it's easy to forget that stars are real people. That's why HuffPost Celebrity decided to launch its all-new #nofilter quick-fire question-and-answer series. Because how well do you know someone until they've shared their guiltiest pleasures?

Mark Consuelos knows a thing or two about being in the spotlight. The actor got his start on the soap opea "All My Children" in 1995 and fell in love with his co-star, Kelly Ripa. (Yes, that Kelly Ripa.) The pair secretly wed in Las Vegas in 1996 and have been together ever since. Now, he's gearing up for his new Amazon comedy series, "Alpha House."

Consuelos appeared on HuffPost Live yesterday (Nov. 13) to discuss the show and his marriage to Ripa and happily agreed to take HuffPost's Celebrity's #nofilter challenge.

What's your guiltiest pleasure?
“The Real Housewives of …” fill in the blank.

What technology do you hope will be invented in the next 10 years?
Something that will make you grow two inches.

What sense would you most be afraid to lose?
Sight.

What's the silliest thing you've ever lied about?
Being a part of the Menudo band.

What happens in your recurring dream?
I haven’t studied for a math test and I don’t know where the math test is taking place in college, but I know I have to show up and cheat. What does that mean? I’m not prepared? I’m going through life unprepared?

What’s the working title of your autobiography?
"The Audacity."

What or who is overrated right now?
I believe offensive lineman in football. No, I’m just joking. I’m just tired of hearing about these two guys [Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin] bullying the other, who cares?

When do you feel most at peace?
When I’m with my family.

For more with Mark, watch the video above.

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