After what surely seems like an eternity, I am back on air today. Lucky for me, I am hosting two wonderfully inspiring and intuitive individuals. The first is NYC based actor Gillien Goll, and she is surely packed with acting prowess. Some may remember her radio days on "Steppin Out", or her being donned the Denim Lady on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. However, she has a resume that far exceeds these few essentials. Besides acting, she is a working writer, dedicated director and perpetual producer of multiple projects. Her teaching takes her near and far, and most recently, conducting a crucial four hour masters class at SUNY. In an attempt to help her fellow actors, she offers her services as both a coach and a teacher, and her students are shining bright on both the little and large screens. Tune in today as we talk about her new indie film project and how she became such a household name in entertainment.
Doug Bopst is a mean who walked the path of the weary. Having been less than popular and picked on in school, his early years did not find him in a happy place. The divorce of his parents spiraled him into a dark place where depression and drug use where his two favorite friends for a time. He would spend time incarcerated and in rehab, all while attempting to heal the torn relationship he held with his mother. Fast forward ten years later, and Doug has found himself in a new place with new goals. He has been in recovery for ten years, and is soon coming up on the ten year anniversary of his release from prison. He is the founder of Doug Bopst Fitness, and he has authored two books, with a third on the way. I can not wait to share his story - he is a man with a big message.