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2nd Interview with Gary Imhoff ~ Award-Winning Actor, Singer

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Our host, Sharon Beth interviews Gary Imhoff who is an award-winning actor, singer, voice-over specialist and director. Most recently he directed the world premier hit “Just 45 Minutes To Broadway” a ten month smash hit that won many awards including “Best Director of 2009” (Beverly Hills Outlook) and “Best Direction of a comedy-Drama 2009-2010” (Stage Scene L.A.) In Los Angeles theatre he starred in the West Coast Premier “Assassins” and in the West Coast Premier of the long-running hit, “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” Gary originally became a professional actor by joining the Boston company of. Gary has guest starred in over 30 television productions: HBO’s Carnivale, Monk, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Barney Miller and Taxi, Falcon Crest, Eight Is Enough, The Waltons, One Day At A Time, The Powers of Matthew Starr, How The West Was Won & more. Gary had the extraordinary pleasure of starring opposite two of televisions greats, Lucille Ball (Lucy Moves to NBC) and Milton Berle (Moscow & Vine). In film, Gary starred opposite another legend, Don Adams in The Return of Maxwell Smart. He also appeared in The Green Mile with Tom Hanks, The Wager, Angel In Training, Lessons of the Assassin, Skyscraper, Rage, I Crave Rock ‘N’ Roll & Queen of the Lot. As a voice-over specialist, Gary stars in the animated series Spiderman as both Harry Osborn & The Green Goblin and in Thumbelina as the lead voice of Prince Cornelius and he sings the film’s love theme “Let Me Be Your Wings.” Gary has over 23 years of experience as a preeminent acting teacher and coach in Los Angeles, having taught for many of those years at The Beverly Hills Playhouse. In 2007 Gary developed his own unique approach and created The Professional Artists Workshop and The Musical Artists Workshop, which he teaches at the Whitmore- Lindley Theatre in North Hollywood.