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Chatting with Sherri

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7th anniversary of award winning author's Sherri Rabinowitz's show Chatting With Sherri! Join Sherri as she chats with writers, actors and other artists about their work. A fun relaxing chat with all kinds of amazing exciting creative people. We also have a series shows under the umbrella of Sherri's Playhouse; where playwrights and actors get a chance to strut their stuff! The home of The Chatty Award for most live listens and downloads!

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Chatting With Sherri welcomes actor and author; Robert Trebor! Robert Trebor grew up in Northeast Philadelphia; he is of Jewish origin. He also won several filmmaking awards from Kodak short film competitions, and the local ABC Philadelphia and PBS affiliates for a short black and white film called "Communicate!?" He wrote, directed, and starred in this short, as well as composed the music on an early version of a Moog synthesizer. His first lead role on the stage was as Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying for the St. Joseph's Summer Music Theatre Festival. majoring in theater at Northwestern University. On the silver screen, his most acclaimed work is probably 52 Pick-Up, directed by John Frankenheimer. Trebor played the Son of Sam killer in Out of the Darkness opposite Martin Sheen. On television, after playing Waylin the slave in Hercules and the Lost Kingdom, the second of five TV movies, Trebor rose to fame for playing the ever-out-to-make-a-dinar merchant Salmoneus, a character originating on Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. He appeared in the 2016 Coen Brothers film Hail, Caesar!, playing opposite Josh Brolin. And he has written The Haircut Who Would Be King by Robert Trebor; A farcical sendup of Donald Trump's rise to power and volatile partnership with Vladimir Putin!
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Chatting With Sherri welcomes back "Rock n' Roll" Photographer, Michael Strider! Michael has worked with nearly every Rock Star on Earth. His resume also includes actors, supermodels and world leaders. And let us not forget the... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back Vampire Diaries actor; Drew Stephenson! Best known for Vampire Diaries and Complications; Drew Stephenson is an Actor , Model, Musician, and Technologist who believes you get out what you... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back photographer; Chris Loomis! Chris Loomis has been blessed to shoot for numerous commercial, editorial and personal clients. Design, art, nature, architecture, high-fashion, science, science-fiction,... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author L.J. Hachmeister! Author L.J. Hachmeister writes and fights—though she tries to avoid doing them at the same time. After winning the WEKAF world championship in... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes Master Builder, Green Architect and Interior Designer, Scott Harris! Scott Harris received Malibu's Choice Award for 2017 green construction. After weaving 24 years of construction, architecture and... more

Chatting With Sherri chats with author; Alex Shvartsman! Alex Shvartsman is a writer, translator, and anthologist from Brooklyn, NY. Over 100 of his short stories have appeared in Nature, Analog, Strange Horizons, InterGalactic... more

We welcome Jennifer Aldrich of The Adventuresses' Club of the Americas from Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries! Jennifer Aldrich is a wearer of many hats, all of them stylish. She is an author, performer, and event planner. Jennifer is a... more

Chatting With Sherri chats with actor and voice actor; Joe Ochman! Joe Ochman is a well known and a respected voice actor; he has been heard in diverse roles all over the anime universe, in shows like Naruto, Marvel's Blade,... more

Chatting With Sherri chats with author Sarah Read! Sarah Read is an author, editor, and librarian living in the frozen north of Wisconsin with her husband, two sons, a cat, and thousands of spiders. Her novel The Bone Weaver's... more