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5 Things That Changed Your Life
73 minutes | Jun 29, 2017
Season 02 – Episode 11 – Misty Lee
Download episode > Misty Lee is a magician, Séance Medium, Professional Voice Actress, and Writer – known for her saucy brand of sorcery and sophisticated stage illusion. Raised in Detroit, Michigan near notorious 8-mile, Misty became the first-ever female Staff Medium to perform the famed Houdini Séance at Hollywood’s Magic Castle. She’s also the only magician ever admitted into the Institute of Analytic Interviewing, where she underwent training alongside CIA, ATF and Scotland Yard agents. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Misty discusses... What is magic and what is a magician The Houdini seance room and how we breathe life into opportunity we are uniquely qualified for when we say YES. Being precious: Improv at Second City and how taking risks pays off Trying out for America's Got Talent three times and what I learned from each of those experiences Sam Christensen and his essence workshop You can follow Misty Lee at: Website: MistyLee.com Twitter: @Misty_Lee 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn iHeartRADIO
62 minutes | Jun 16, 2017
Season 02 - Episode 10 - Vin di Bona
Vin di Bona is the creator and executive producer of “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” which airs in more than 190 countries and, here in the the United States, is ABC’s longest-running primetime entertainment show. He's is a four-time Emmy award-winning producer, eight-time Emmy nominee, and recipient of the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for his work in documentary programming. Vin is a Rhode Island native and graduate of Emerson College and UCLA. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Vin discusses... Annie Get Your Gun’s orchestra pit goes dark thanks to Vin Being Johnny Lindy the teenage crooner Entering the world of television production via radio and documentary filmmaking Learning the art of the interview one coffee shop patron at a time Perseverance means being rejected 136 times and, eventually, you get America’s Funniest Videos. You can follow America's Funniest Home Videos at: Website: America’s Funniest Home Videos 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn iHeartRADIO
61 minutes | Jun 8, 2017
Season 02 – Episode 09 – Stacie Aamon Yeldell
Stacie Aamon Yeldell is a board certified music therapist and vocal psychotherapist who shares musical healing through inspiring songs that awaken the individual power within each and every one of us. She’s also an international recording artist, having written and performed music from New York to world famous Carnival in Brazil. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Stacie discusses... Moving to Brazil, completely out of the blue - a pivotal dream upon my arrival causes me to question my childhood dream to be a famous performer. The day I found my voice - transitioning from rapper to singer after years of being told that I should stick to rapping Going to therapy - how 10 years of therapy helped me uncover and heal unconscious childhood wounds and then launching an online platform - stepping from behind the closed doors of rehabs and psych wards and putting myself “out there” as a global thought leader in healing through the creative arts (and the vulnerability that comes along with that!) Attending NYU Music therapy Masters Program - how I stepped into role of “healer” and discovered a whole new identity Discovering a Spiritual community at Agape International Spiritual Center - after years of being a spiritual lone ranger, I learn the value and magic of community Moving to Los Angeles - How my desire for a lifestyle change delivered me from Brooklyn and led me to the Left Coast You can follow Stacie at: Website: stacieaamon.com Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn iHeartRADIO
56 minutes | Jun 1, 2017
Season 02 – Episode 08 – Onch Movement
Download episode > Onch Movement is a Los Angeles-based artist and fashion-forward jewelry designer who’s known for creating colorful and unique ‘wearable art’ that’s been worn by celebrities including Kate Moss, Kim Kardashian, and Nicki Minaj. Onch is currently working with YouTube star and singer-songwriter, "That Poppy”, and major brands including Sanrio and “Hello Kitty” and Hasbro, who enlisted Onch to create the very first jewelry collaboration for Mr. Potato Head & My Little Pony. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Onch discusses... Paris Hilton TV show for MTV My Art teacher in school who encouraged me to focus on art and graphic design and a jewelry store owner who told me I was a jewelry designer and should make a career out of it. Creating my brand Onch Movement in art school. Kate Moss wearing my design and giving me the first round of International press. My first big heart break - Changing my lifetstyle and focusing on myself. A recent trip to Taiwan that changed my outlook on life and made me realize what is really important in life. You can follow Onch at: Website: OnchMovement.com Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, YouTube 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
66 minutes | May 25, 2017
Season 02 – Episode 07 – Ron West
Ron West is a writer, director, actor, and occasional producer. He’s been associated with The Second City for over thirty years as a performer, coach, and decision maker who let’s us in on a secret of the world of auditioning and casting. He was a writer on the British version of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, and has been seen on TV shows like 3rd Rock from the Sun, Seinfeld, Malcolm in the Middle, and Blunt Talk with Patrick Stewart. Ron is an avid baseball fan who throws right and bats both right and left. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Ron discusses... I lied to keep my scholarship. I learned to type. I got evicted and lied so I could get a mortgage. One day I started directing because I was fed up with how things were being handled. I opened my roommate's mail to get a phone number to make an appointment to audition for The Second City. One day I started writing songs because somebody had to. I asked a girl to marry me to keep her from crying. You can follow Ron at: Facebook: facebook.com/RonWestNow 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
59 minutes | May 18, 2017
Season 02 – Episode 06 – Courtney Barber
Courtney Barber is an Australian entrepreneur, having founded both Glam Today Magazine and Perfex Laboratories, a beauty and health supplement company based in Los Angeles, California. Courtney is also Miss Nevada International 2016 and a former Miss Australia Galaxy 2011. Among her on-camera work she’ll be appearing in season 3 of HBOs’s series, “Ballers” which comes out in July 2017 and in “Haz” Dulull’s faux-documentary sci-fi thriller, “The Beyond”. Courtney resides between both The Gold Coast in Australia and Los Angeles. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Courtney discusses... Coming from a farm in the "outback" in Australia to moving to LA - The WOW moments of always watching movies about Los Angeles and Beverly Hills and then actually ending up living in L.A. years later. Becoming a Celebrity fitness writer for Perez Hilton - How I started sending out proposals from my apartment in Australia to all of the biggest media publishers in the USA at age 24... and then after chasing them for months and months, finally got booked! Winning and Competing as Miss Australia in 2011 - Coming to the USA and doing my first pageant in Chicago. Everything you think about pageants is true and then some! Starting my own Fitness Magazine in the USA at age 25 - How that grew and all the experiences I had doing that, meeting celebrities and my own little empire. Going back to Australia for a extended break in 2015 after "burning out" - Finding myself again, my sense of balance and true self. The best few months of my life. Winning Miss Nevada 2016 - Being off the stage for a few years and then deciding that I wanted to get back on stage and give it a go, despite a lot of people telling me otherwise (you are too old, what have you got to prove etc). Ended up placing Top 10 out of all the states in the USA at the national competition and winning the "Best Body // Miss Fitness" Doing an epic road trip with my youngest brother and trekking through Cambodia and Vietnam with the other one. You can follow Courtney at: Web: courtneybarber.com Instagram: @realcourtneybarber 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
60 minutes | May 10, 2017
Season 02 - Episode 05 - Steve Harper
Steve Harper is a television writer, playwright, and creativity coach. Credits include the ABC series, "American Crime", and USA Networks, "Covert Affairs". His web series, “Send Me,” has won multiple awards and garnered an Emmy nom for its lead actress. On this week's episode of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Steve discusses... Trading in my electric typewriter for a Mac: During college (and then after) I drank the Apple Computer kool-aid and eventually spent 10 years teaching computer skills to people of all ages. Discovering The Actors Work Program: As a broke actor, I stumbled into the Actors Fund and found this social-services division that taught me how to expand my skill-set and my resume to get “meaningful sideline employment”. Today I do all kind of work even as I pursue by art in many abundant ways. Hosting a Baltimore Kids Show: I was hired in the early ‘90s to co-star in, co-produce and co-write a wacky kids show on the Fox affiliate in Baltimore and used more of my creative juices that I had previously used on one project. Creating a web series: After writing on a TV show for a few years, I decided to create my own series for the web with a crazy premise (about time travel to the days of slavery) – without really having a game plan before I started. We ultimately got nominated for an Emmy. Doing the ManKind Project Weekend: I took the leap to follow a friend’s advice and participated in this weekend workshop around emotional literacy for men and my life took a turn for the better. You can follow Steve at: Web: SteveHarperCreates.com and YourCreativeLife.com Twitter: @HarperCreates and @YourCreatvLife Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YourCreativeLife 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
55 minutes | May 3, 2017
Season 02 - Episode 04 - Dana Middleton
For season 2, episode 4 of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast Alan and I sit down with children’s author and creative coach, Dana Middleton, where she discusses... Moving to a Farm: When I was 16, my family moved to a farm in North Georgia and it has really shaped who I am as well as influencing what I write about. Went to the Academy Awards: Was producer of Oscar nominated Short Film. Went to Oscars. Experienced the highs and lows of Hollywood. Went to an Energy Clearing seminar: Which unexpectedly changed my life and led to the coaching work I do today. And I really believed opened up my creative life. Wrote a kid’s book and then another: Found myself through writing for kids even though for a long time no one was publishing me. Got an agent: Will never forget waking up to the email of publisher, Susan Hawk, who loved my book and getting a two book deal. And it’s awesome to be a published author now. Dana’s first book, The Infinity Year of Avalon James, is currently available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, and at many book retailers. and is working on her next book, Open If You Dare, which arrives online and in stores in October 2017. Contact/Follow Dana Middleton: Web: http://www.DanaMiddletonBooks.com/ Twitter: @danaKmiddleton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DanaMiddletonBooks 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
68 minutes | Apr 26, 2017
Season 02 – Episode 03 – The Gentle Barn's Ellie Laks and Jay Weiner
We have a special dual guest episode as we're joined for season 2, episode 3 of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast with wife/husband duo, Ellie Laks and Jay Weiner. Ellie is the founder and Jay the co-founder of the national nonprofit organization, The Gentle Barn. Ellie and Jay discuss: Mr. Olaf and a supermarket's rotisserie Rescuing Scout (Jay's first GB rescue) Finding a goat; The start of Ellie's dream How we think we're saving the animals when they're actually saving us Animal communication and Ellie learning to embrace her gifts Disgruntled volunteers, betrayal, and the biggest lessons learned Going national and realizing that a Gentle Barn in every state is possible Having children and running a rescue... Not the easiest thing to do The Gentle Barn (www.gentlebarn.org) is a national nonprofit organization, founded in 1999 as a safe haven and place of recovery for severely abused animals. The Gentle Barn offers their unique philosophy of rehabilitating animals and connecting their stories of survival and healing to the personal experiences of inner city, at-risk and special needs children who have suffered physical, mental or emotional trauma. By interacting with The Gentle Barn’s approximate one hundred and eighty animals and taking a hands-on role in their welfare, those who participate in the programs at The Gentle Barn learn empathy, trust and forgiveness. The Gentle Barn’s mission is simple: “Teaching People Kindness and Compassion to Animals, Each Other and Our Planet.” Contact The Gentle Barn: Web: http://www.gentlebarn.org/ Twitter: @gentlebarn Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGentleBarn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegentlebarn/ 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen/Download: iTunes (subscribe and rate us!) Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
48 minutes | Apr 19, 2017
Season 02 - Episode 02 - Heidi Rose Robbins
For season 2, episode 2 of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast, I sat down with HEIDI ROSE ROBBINS where she discusses: Declaring “I’m a poet with a map of the heavens in my pocket” - Reclaiming and naming myself an artist/poet and not just/ only an astrologer/teacher. An audition at Age 11 in Fargo North Dakota - facing fear, discovering true devotion and passion, my first experience of artistic community. Meeting Sofia Diaz - my teacher even today - blasted me open- embodiment of fierce love A very scary plane trip off the coast of Australia- my warrior friend and I face the possibility of a crash Discovering personal retreats - as a mother of young children, started to take time alone - changed everything, the power of solitude, removing myself from the chaos of everyday and My first Radiant Life Retreat - tiny group, sheer determination to birth this new offering Heidi Rose Robbins is a poet dedicated to helping others embody the experience of love. Those who read her poems and attend her readings and retreats often speak of feeling woken up to the best parts of themselves, of rediscovering a vitality and tenderness long-buried. In 2013 Heidi published her first book of poetry, Beckoning Ceaseless Beauty. In 2007, she and five other like-minded “love warriors” embarked on the Hello Love Experiment, a radical year-long tour of sparking discussions of love and connection throughout the US. Following Hello Love, Heidi created Radiant Life Retreats to help grow a capacity for love through the communal exploration of poetry, movement, and friendship. Contact Heidi: Twitter: @Heidirose4 Instagram: heidirose4 Web: www.heidirose.com 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
57 minutes | Apr 12, 2017
Season 02 - Episode 01 - Sam Christensen
Download episode > On the season 2 premiere of the "5 Things That Changed Your Life" podcast, my guest, SAM CHRISTENSEN discusses: Being told he might make a great VP if he tried hard Getting a unique gift from his grandpa Learning the most valuable lesson from violinist Isaac Stern The end of the TV series M*A*S*H The Actors' Center of Los Angeles and developing "The Sam Christensen Process". Sam is a former casting director for Broadway theatre, feature films, and television, including one of the most popular TV series of all-time, MASH. Today, at “Sam Christensen Studios” in North Hollywood, California, and in classes around the World, he teaches “The Sam Christensen Process” to thousands of actors, artists, entrepreneurs, community leaders, and CEOs. As a graduate of... “The Process”, I like to describe it as this... Imagine you’re at a job interview or a casting audition and the person behind the table says, “Describe yourself”. What would you say? Since taking the class in 2011, I’ve been able to easily and confidently say, “I’m an onion ring in a bag of fries.” Can’t get more clearer than that! -Loren 5 Things That Changed Your Life is a 12-episode multi-season podcast where guests share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Hosted by Loren Kling. Follow: Web: 5thingspodcast.com Twitter: @fivethingspod Listen: iTunes Stitcher Google Play TuneIn
2 minutes | Apr 5, 2017
Season 02 - Episode 00 - Hello (Again) World!
Download episode > Hi, Everybody. I'm Loren Kling, host of the podcast series, 5 Things That Changed Your Life. WELCOME TO SEASON 2 Like the previous season, we're going to bring you 12 guests who will share 5 stories, events, or experiences that had an impact on their lives. Paths altered by a person, a place, or a moment in time. The format of the show is unique in that my guests have already thought about the questions (what are the “5 Things” that changed their lives) as well as the answers (why those moments are important to them) before we ever sit down to chat. All 12 episodes of SEASON 1 (plus a recap show) are available now on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and here at http://www.fivethingspodcast.com/. Follow us and share your own life-changing moments: Twitter: @FIVEThingsPod Facebook: Facebook.com/FIVEThingsPodcast iTunes: https://itun.es/us/Ir6zdb.c TuneIn and on the Amazon Echo: http://tunein.com/radio/5-Things-That-Changed-Your-Life-p946292/
66 minutes | Sep 28, 2016
Episode 13 - Recap show w/ season 01 guests
Recorded live from Glendale, CA, on Sept. 22, 2016, Loren & Alan invite their guests to join them for a "recap" of the first season. They discuss why they created the podcast, how the format is unique, and reveal how the first season changed THEIR lives. Season 02 is coming soon.
67 minutes | Sep 21, 2016
Episode 12 - Kristine Oller
Kristine discusses 5 things that changed her life: Being asked to lead mastermind "Power Groups” for The Actor's Network. 5th grade: deciding that everyone could go eff themselves, cause, if she had to, she would be her own best friend 8th grade: purposefully throwing her class (and their grades) under a bus by refusing to do an assignment in history class 9th grade: becoming a professional actor by missing the 9th grade trip to Yosemite. 11th grade: failing trigonometry and discovering that the world didn't end. (And some good things actually came out of that.) About Kristine: Kristine Oller is an award-winning Change Strategist and author of the book, Feeding Your Focus. Leading by example, she is dedicated to empowering others to bet on themselves – and to help them win that bet. Her clients include Oscar nominees, professional athletes, business owners, executives, published authors, performers (including 5 Things host, Loren Kling), voice over artists (and a wide variety of up-and-comers), ranging in age from their 20’s to 70’s. You can find her over at her website KristineOller.com where you can sign up for her free weekly ninety second Golden Nugget videos. And, if you are a performer, definitely check out her other website TheActorsLibrary.com where she's collected ALL of her very best career guidance and resources for you to access – for free.
53 minutes | Sep 15, 2016
Episode 11 - Dimithri Perera
Dimithri discusses 5 things that changed his life: Putting your heart and soul into a scripted web series that’s fully written, produced, and shot but now sits on a shelf, only partially completed. When you’re no longer wearing blue body paint and holding a lamp nobody knows who the heck you are. Getting glasses at age 6 made him cool until he moved to a new school. Then, he was just a geek. Beast Boy and Raven. Nick Fury and Black Widow. Matching ugly Christmas sweaters. It’s been 4 years and still going strong. Starting an improv troupe is starting a business. Where’s the fun in that? About Dimithri: Dimithri is a lifelong performer and writer and all-around geek. He is the founder of Laugh Chance, an improv team from Fullerton CA that performs twice a month at STAGEStheatre in Fullerton, California. Get tickets and more info at Laugh Chance. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Dimithri is your source for geek news and commentary at facebook.com/thekeeg. Follow Dimithri on Facebook and twitter.
52 minutes | Sep 7, 2016
Episode 10 - Tiwana Floyd
Tiwana discusses 5 things that changed her life: Joining The Agape International Choir… Where Tiwana found her voice and challenged herself to use it powerfully. Getting fired from a job she no longer enjoyed. Recognizing how people view her. Second City… Learning how to improvise taught her a higher standard of listening and to respond truthfully. Being taught to rely on herself and she'd never be disappointed. About Tiwana: Tiwana is a Los Angeles based commercial and television actor, a graduate of The Second City Hollywood, and soon-to-be graduate of the Second City Directing Program. Tiwana makes her directorial debut with four shows in November of 2016. Tiwana is also the owner of YourVisualAide.com a design firm focused on print media for actors and entertainers. You can subscribe to her blog ActingLessonsLearned.com, follow her on Twitter at @TiwanaFloyd and on Instagram at Quirkyful. Visit her website TiwanaFloyd.com.
57 minutes | Aug 30, 2016
Episode 09 - Devin Dugan
Devin discusses 5 things that changed his life: Getting laid off led to starting his own ‘funny business’ Blaming his grandparents for this life-long obsession How Abbot and Costello led to another life-long obsession He had never tried this until he met his wife Going back to school (BONUS topic) What a co-worker did at an open mic that changed Devin’s life forever About Devin: He's the artistic director of ImprovCity, an award-winning improv troupe based in Irvine, California.Visit improvcityonline.com for show tickets and more information. He recently released the book, “Improvisers Drawing Stick Figures”, which is a collection of improvised doodles by improv performers across the United States, is now available on amazon.
71 minutes | Aug 24, 2016
Episode 08 - Mary Forrest
Mary discusses 5 things that changed her life: Learning to say “Yes, And”. Where Mary, Alan and Loren all met Losing a national championship and realizing that she wasn’t the best at something and no one likes a know-it-all How NOT moving to another country was a positive change in her life. There’s something about Mary…. What exactly happened in a car while listening to Def Leopard’s Hysteria? It was the first year she moved to Los Angeles and a major event led her to starting her own company and meeting a number of important friends in the development of her career. About Mary: Mary is a writer, artist, improv and sketch performer, violinist, and professional selfie photographer. Additional interests include: road trips, punctuation, Star Trek, superheroes, cartoons, Star Trek, noodles, and other epicurean pursuits. Follow Mary on Twitter at https://twitter.com/maryforrest and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/marylikeafox/.
47 minutes | Aug 17, 2016
Episode 07 - Kelly Milam
Kelly discusses 5 things that changed her life: How music of the 60s and 70s influenced kelly’s life and continues to do so today Being a California girl, moving to a farm in Arkansas in the late 70s. and how she was ostracized by the popular kids because she thought differently Living her life as an empath and learning how to protect herself How she stumbled into animal rescue and made it into something successful Talking to the Animals / Animal Communication About Kelly: Kelly is the founder and former director of Sante D’or, a volunteer-run animal adoption center and community focused rescue located in Los Angeles, California. For adoption information go to santedor.org. She is an animal rights activist for domestic and wild animals and a member of the international ocean conservation and advocacy organization, Oceana. Get more info at oceana.org.
59 minutes | Aug 10, 2016
Episode 06 - Todd Masterson
Todd discusses 5 things that changed his life: How he struggles with his age every day Receiving a large inheritance and wasting it Going on strike from the TV series, Fashion Police, and how it was the completely wrong decision Always feeling like he’s being left behind by friends When Todd came out of the closet while studying abroad in London. About Todd: Todd is a comedian, writer, and producer from West Hollywood, CA. Named one of Culture Stocked’s “Gay Comedians To Watch In 2016,” he's written for film and television icons including Joan Rivers and James Franco. His most recent work includes producing season 7 of the hit reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race on LogoTV. Catch Todd doing his stand up comedy at various stops up and down the West Coast beginning in September 2016. Follow Todd: Follow Todd on Twitter and Instagram at Todd Masterson.
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