What an awe-inspiring interview with Larry Thompson, perhaps the most successful Hollywood Personal Manager, Producer, Movie Studio head honcho of our generation. He has worked with a staggering number of top Hollywood stars. I cannot wait for you to see this broadcast. Thank you Larry for being with me for one hour and for sharing so much of your life!
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy had sit-com writer, show runner and producer Marc Sotkin on the show. You will learn all about how the sitcom biz works by watching this show. Get rare insights into shows like "Laverne and Shirley," "The Golden Girls," "It's A Living," "Charles in Charge" and so many more. Thank you Marc for doing the show! 80's Golden Age Of Comedy 80sGoldenAgeOfComedy.com
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy hosted by former Hollywood Personal Appearance Agent Bruce Starr, had on a very special guest from beyond the 80's. Child actor Stanley Livingston came on the show to share what it was like to play "Chip," on the show "My Three Sons" starring Fred MacMurray. You will get a rare understanding of show business by watching this show. Thanks Stanley for doing the show!
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy hosted by former Hollywood Personal Appearance Agent Bruce Starr, expanded in a wonderful way. We had on Peter Riegert, one of the stars along with John Belushi in "Animal House." Also find out about his extensive career in acting on Broadway and appearing in movies especially "Crossing Delancy!" Thanks Peter for doing the show!
You won't want to miss this interview with Ted Lange, known around the world for the ten seasons as Isaac, the lovable bartender on "The Love Boat." This multi-dimensional actor, writer and director shared invaluable insights into what it was like working on over 200 shows on this very special part of "Americana."
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy had on Ted Lange, known around the world for ten seasons as Isaac, the lovable bartender on "The Love Boat." This multi-dimensional actor, playwriter and director shared invaluable insights into show business. You especially won't want to miss this interview if you want to learn about show business from an African-American viewpoint. Thanks Ted for doing the show!
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy had (5) Five-time Emmy Award-winning writer Bruce Vilanch on the show. Bruce was a major contributor to the success of the Academy and Emmy Awards shows not only during the 80's, but for decades later. He wrote for and contributed to the careers of some our biggest stars such as Bette Midler and several more. You will really love his insights into many different fields of show business. Thanks Bruce for doing the show! Thanks Steven Joiner, my Publicist, for suggesting Bruce for the show.
Honored to have had motion picture screenwriter and sit-com writer Carl Gottlieb on the show. Carl is credited with writing "Jaws," "The Jerk" with Steve Martin and many more very funny movies and television shows. It was an honor to have on the man Steven Spielberg chose to be the writer on so many of his projects. Thanks Carl Gottlieb for doing the show!
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy hosted by former Hollywood personal appearance agent Bruce Starr, had sit-com producer Mitchell Bank on the show. Mitch was the producer of "Charles In Charge," "The Torkelson's" and several other shows. Mitch has remained a great friend since meeting him in the early 80's. You will like this intimate show between buddies.
The 80's Golden Age of Comedy hosted by former Hollywood Personal Appearance Agent Bruce Starr, had Steve Stoliar, the person who spent three years with Groucho Marx during his last years. This show is packed full of amazing insights into the life of the great Groucho Marx, his family and friends such as Mae West, George Burns, Jack Benny and many others. Don't miss this super interesting interview especially if you are a fan of The Marx Brothers and the early days of show business.