Doing that interview on the San Francisco CBS affiliate was an early morning treat for me. I was so honored and grateful that producers remembered me from my VH1 days and invited me to be a guest on CBS 5's Bay Sunday while I've been temporarily relocated here in Northern California.
Merry Christmas. Happy New Year. Happy Holidays. If you're just logging onto my blogsite here for the first time -- and you're in the entertainment industry -- let me direct you to some of my previous work. Like the VH1 work we chatted about in that interview. Click onto my November section and read my post about Hollywood great, Burt Lancaster. Actor Raul Julia and I discussed Lancaster's involvement with the movie, Kiss of the Spider Woman. Also, you'll see me interview a Burt Lancaster movie co-star and a Hollywood great in his own right, Tony Curtis.
Click onto my October section and watch Phil Collins and me on VH1.
Performing on TV and talking about films and filmmakers are my passion. It's work that I love. I can host live television and take phone calls.
I can do live TV and present taped features that I produced and wrote. One of my favorite entertainment features from my WNYW/Fox 5 years in New York City was my interview of Nick Nolte. We talked his new film, The Thin Red Line, and its director, Terrence Malick.
Doing live TV forces you to be in the moment and be spontaneous. One of my favorite guests on WNYW's Good Day New York was a nationally celebrated nun. Sister Wendy Beckett, a renowned art historian and PBS TV host, graced me with her presence.
Here's my demo reel. I host, I talk to stars, I talk to ordinary people. I loved doing it all.