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8 minutes | Jun 20, 2016
Episode 64 -- Rory Nicole Ogden
Child Actress Rory Nicole Ogden has accomplished more in a few years than many more than twice her age. Rory has appeared in NBC's Do No Harm and NBC’s Deception, along with The Dr. Oz Show and episodes of the ABC Primetime show-What Would You Do? with John Quiñones. Rory also stars in the upcoming 2016 full-length feature film Impure.
10 minutes | Jun 12, 2016
Episode 63 -- Lisa Lillian (a.k.a. Hungry Girl)
Lisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) is a New York Times best-selling author and the creator of the Hungry Girl brand. She is the founder of www.hungry-girl.com, the free daily email service that entertains and informs hungry people everywhere. Lisa is the author of eleven New York Times Best Sellers -- six of which debuted at number one on the list. Her newest book, Hungry Girl Clean & Hungry: Easy All-Natural Recipes for Healthy Eating in the Real World, was released in April of 2016. She has also starred in a top-rated cooking show on both Food Network and Cooking Channel.
18 minutes | May 26, 2016
Episode 62 -- Ford Austin
Ford Austin is an award-winning theater, television and movie actor, producer and director. Ford is the survivor of a horrific traffic accident in March of 2011, overcoming nearly impossible odds of recovery in order to return to the stage and screen.
18 minutes | May 19, 2016
Episode 61 -- Rob Bell Jr.
Rob Bell Jr. is a best selling author, motivational speaker and former pastor. Bell was the founder of Mars Hill Bible Church, one of the fastest-growing churches in America. He is also the author of the New York Times bestseller Love Wins and the writer and narrator of a series of spiritual short films called NOOMA. In 2011 Time Magazine named Bell on its list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
7 minutes | May 12, 2016
Episode 60 -- Ivy Doomkitty
Ivy Doomkitty is internationally known as a boudoir pin up model and cosplayer/costumer.
10 minutes | May 1, 2016
Episode 59 -- Dan Howell and Phil Lester
Dan Howell and Phil Lester (better known simply as Dan and Phil) are the hosts of The Amazing Tour is Not on Fire! – a theatrical stage show with hilarious anecdotes, sketches, lots of audience interaction and surprises you'll never see coming. The show is currently touring in the United States. Dan and Phil are best-known for their award-winning British radio show hosted on BBC Radio 1.
25 minutes | Apr 27, 2016
Episode 58 -- Adam Buckman
Adam Buckman is one of the nation's premier chroniclers of the TV business -- a nationally known columnist, editor and reporter who has written about TV for more than 30 years, including 18 years as TV columnist and TV editor at the New York Post. He appears frequently on TV, writes articles for a number of Web sites and magazines, and recently published his first book titled "JERK: How I Wasted My Life Watching Television," available on Amazon. He writes the daily "Small Screen, Big Picture" TV blog for Television News Daily.
14 minutes | Apr 22, 2016
Episode 57 -- Scott W. Perry
Scott W. Perry is an award-winning producer and writer, known for Once, When I Was Dead (2014), In Fear Of (2012) and Ghosts (2012).
11 minutes | Apr 14, 2016
Episode 56 -- Sonia Satra
Sonia Satra is a professional speaker, certified life coach and actress who blends her expertise to propel people “out of stuck and into action” through her Powerful Perspectives program. She has utilized this program and her coaching techniques with CEO’s as well as their staff to help them define the company vision, improve communication skills and create clarity and alignment during critical decision-making processes. Also, drawing from over 10,000 hours of on-screen and stage experience, she has developed several programs that utilize acting skills for personal and professional development. Sonia starred in sroles for many years on the CBS Daytime Drama “Guiding Light” and ABC’s “One Life To Live” in addition to numerous guest appearances and leading roles on other network shows, films, plays and commercials.
10 minutes | Apr 8, 2016
Episode 55 -- Lisa Damour
Dr. Lisa Damour is a psychologist, New York Times bestselling author, teacher, speaker, and consultant. She blends years of experience with the latest research developments to provide sound, practical guidance to children and adolescents as well as their parents, teachers, and advocates. Her latest book, Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood, Dr. Damour draws on decades of experience and the latest research to reveal the seven distinct—and absolutely normal—developmental transitions that turn girls into grown-ups, including Parting with Childhood, Contending with Adult Authority, Entering the Romantic World, and Caring for Herself.
13 minutes | Apr 1, 2016
Episode 54 -- Jeffrey Hayzlett
Jeffrey Hayzlett is a primetime television host of C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett and Executive Perspectives on C-Suite TV. He is also the business radio host of All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett on CBS on-demand radio network Play.It. He is a global business celebrity, speaker, best-selling author, and Chairman of C-Suite Network, home of the world’s most powerful network of C-Suite leaders. Hayzlett is a well-traveled public speaker, the author of three bestselling business books, The Mirror Test, Running the Gauntlet, and his newest book Think Big, Act Bigger. Hayzlett is one of the most compelling figures in business today.
20 minutes | Mar 18, 2016
Episode 53 -- Paul Mecurio
Paul Mecurio is an Emmy and Peabody Award winner for his work on "The Daily Show w/Jon Stewart." He has appeared in his own Comedy Central Special, starred in his own series on HBO, appeared on CBS's "The Late, Late Show," VH-1, "Conan O'Brien," "Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld," "Hannity," CNN, MSNBC, "The Tonight Show," "The Daily Show," and ABC's "Wednesday's at 9:30." Paul graduated with honors from Georgetown Law School and began his career on Wall Street as a mergers and acquisitions lawyer at the law firm of Willkie Farr and Gallagher and later as an investment banker at CS First Boston. All the while, Paul was honing a second career writing and performing comedy and was hired by Jay Leno to write jokes for “The Tonight Show.” With the encouragement of Jay, Paul moved center stage, leaving Wall Street and starting his career as a stand-up comedian. Paul was invited to be on the writing team for a new Comedy Central show called “The Daily Show.” As a writer for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” Paul won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Writing In A Variety, Music or Comedy Program. Paul has also been honored with a Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting (think The Pulitzer Prize for Broadcasting) for his work on The Daily Show. Paul has also received a second Emmy nomination for his work on “The Daily Show.” Paul has been featured on “The Daily Show” as a correspondent and in “The Daily Show” segment, “Second Opinion,” in which he skewered the medical profession playing an HMO representative with a less than sympathetic mindset. Paul appears as a contributor on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNBC. Paul is a regular satirist on “Hannity,” “The Joy Behar Show,” “Dylan Ratigan” and “Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld.”
28 minutes | Mar 11, 2016
Episode 52 -- Nicole Austin
Coco Austin is an actress, dancer, model and web personality. She has been married to rapper-actor Ice-T since January 2002. Coco appeared in the March 2008 issue of Playboy magazine, and has also appeared on E True Hollywood Story, NBC Law and Order (SVU), Carson Daly, Conan O'Brien, Craig Fergusen, Jimmy Fallon, The Doctors, The View, Wendy Williams, Seth Meyers and many more.
14 minutes | Mar 4, 2016
Episode 51 -- Bill Oberst Jr.
Bill Oberst Jr. is best known for his Emmy Award-winning performance in Take This Lollipop and a ratings-winning role on CBS-TV's Criminal Minds. His gentleness and his interest in things spiritual in real life are sharply at odds with his on-screen persona. The Season 9 episode of the CBS-TV series Criminal Minds, "Blood Relations," in which Oberst guest starred with Adrienne Barbeau and Tobin Bell, was the evening's most-watched program on TV on its April, 2014 premiere. CBS later included Oberst's character in their list of Criminal Minds' "14 Most Notorious Serial Killers." He is perhaps most widely-known internationally as the face of director Jason Zada's Take This Lollipop, awarded a 2012 Daytime Emmy Award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in the category of "New Approaches-Daytime Entertainment." Oberst has been seen by over 100 million viewers worldwide as an online stalker in the interactive application for Facebook users.
11 minutes | Feb 26, 2016
Episode 50 -- Kimberley Crossman
Kimberley Crossman is an award winning actress, author, dancer and a star of Hashtaggers on E!
10 minutes | Feb 12, 2016
Episode 49 -- Adam Glyn
Adam Glyn is the TMZ street journalist and host of the new TMZ-produced game show South of Wilshire.
17 minutes | Feb 7, 2016
Episode 49 -- Herman Moore
Herman Moore is a NFL Pro Bowl Wide Receiver for twelve seasons. He played college football for the University of Virginia before being drafted by the Detroit Lions in the first round of the 1991 NFL Draft. Herman went on to shatter virtually all of Detroit's receiving records. He played in 145 games during 11 seasons (1991-2001) in the Honolulu Blue and Silver. A four-time NFL Pro Bowl selection, the Lions' record book has Moore resting on top of Lions' career, season and single-game receiving marks. He holds Detroit's records for career receptions (670), receiving yards (9,174) and touchdown catches (62). In 1995 he was selected the Lions' MVP on offense after breaking club marks in both catches (also a NFL record of 123) and yards (1,686) while scoring 14 touchdowns. His finest single-game performance came on December 4, 1995 against the Chicago Bears when he had a club record 14 catches for 183 yards, the fifth best total in Detroit history. He also was the last Lion to catch three TD passes in a game (October 29, 1995 vs. the Packers) until Roy Williams matched the total during the 2005 season. One of Moore's and his teammates' more memorable games came on November 23, 1995 - in a classic Thanksgiving Day with the Minnesota Vikings. Moore (127 yards) and fellow receivers Brett Perriman (153) and Johnnie Morton (102) all eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark, Barry Sanders rushed for 138 yards, and Scott Mitchell passed for 410 yards in a 44-38 Lions' shootout victory. Moore was a member of Lions’ squads who earned six playoff appearances in the 1990s (1991, 1993-95, 1997 and 1999). He was also a member of two teams that won the NFC Central division (1991 and 1993), and was on the 1991 team that played for the 1992 NFC Championship.
25 minutes | Jan 29, 2016
Episode 48 -- Perez Hilton
Cubano and Miami native Perez Hilton is the Internet's most notorious and most read gossip columnist. The LA Times calls Perez, "like US Weekly, the Star, the Enquirer and Life & Style all rolled into one sweet yet snarky, sagacious yet salacious gay man." Perez was named the #1 Web Celeb by Forbes Magazine and has recently been tapped as one of the 15 most influential Hispanics in the US by People Magazine. Since launching in 2004, PerezHilton.com has become the leading go-to site for celebrity news garnering over 300 million page views per month.
9 minutes | Jan 15, 2016
Episode 47 -- Laura Lynne Jackson
Laura Lynne Jackson is a wife, a mother, a high school English teacher—and a New York Times Best Selling Author and psychic medium. Where most believe an impenetrable wall divides the world between the living and the dead, Jackson sees bright, brilliant cords of light that pass through a barrier as thin as a sheet of paper. Her gifts tested and verified by some of the most prominent scientific organizations studying paranormal phenomena, Jackson has dedicated her life to exploring our connection to the Other Side, conversing with departed loved ones, and helping people come to terms with loss. In The Light Between Us, she shares her remarkable journey and the lessons in love she’s learned along the way.
14 minutes | Jan 8, 2016
Episode 46 -- Michael Starr
Michael Starr is the author of Ringo: With a Little Help. He is the TV Editor for The New York Post, where he has written about television for the past twenty years. He has authored biographies of Peter Sellers, Art Carney, Joey Bishop, Bobby Darin, Raymond Burr and Redd Foxx. And no - he is not related to Ringo Starr.
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