This show is all about the entertainment industry. We'll get in-depth interviews with everyone from actors, comedians, musicians, writers, directors, acting coaches, producers, magicians, and more. I'll keep it informative, yet fun.
Donald Lawrence Flaherty and Elsie Fisher22/05/2011 Duración: 54min
Donald Flaherty has directed over 100 shows and live music events. Donald’s film, The Death of Batman, produced with a budget of just five-thousand dollars has been downloaded by over two-million movie fans worldwide, making it one of the most successful online films in history. The film has been called “visionary,” “controversial,” and “stunningly unique.” After hearing that she looks like Dakota Fanning throughout the first five years of her life, Elsie Fisher decided she wanted to be an actress. With her parents blessing, she took the plunge and, in the very first month of her career, was cast in Despicable Me. Since doing the film, Fisher has also made appearances in several national commercials and on the hit television show Medium. When she is not driving back and forth to auditions in Los Angeles, Fisher enjoys being in the second grade, playing video games, and spending time with her best friend Deanna. When she grows up, Fisher says she would like to be a paleontologist, the President, or a pink kitt
Kim Myles & Randy Kent19/12/2010 Duración: 01h01min
Kim Myles burst onto the design scene in 2007, when she competed on and won HGTV's Design Star, and became the first black woman to have her own eponymous show “Myles of Style” on the network. Her easy going vibe and talent for creating exuberantly individual spaces on a budget have cemented her as one of America’s favorite decorating experts, and she can be seen regularly on The Today Show, as well as in such publications as InStyle, People, Essence. Randy Kent has made over a dozen short films and commercials over years (writing, producing, directing, and/or editing) along with three features - LIFE, DEATH & MINI-GOLF, co-starring Kristen Wiig (SNL), and THE LEMPKE BROTHERS, a co-directing project with friend Andy Forrest, and LIFE OF LEMON, co-starring Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years), Beth Grant (Little Miss Sunshine) and Rachel Miner (Californication) The indie film is currently in post-production and due for release in 2010.