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Recently featured in DC Actors Examiner, Chris Lythgoe is an actor on the move, with features such as the Rapture-themed The Basement, Vampires in Virginia, and the upcoming Trainers. He also plays Detective Sal in the Cox cable TV show Precinct 757.
Your host, William Powell, The King of DC Media, also makes several audition announcements and gives you the hot scoop on all the acting-related goings-ons in the DMV!
Host, Trena Bolden Fields interviews Blair Bowers about her acting career.
Blair Bowers is an LA-based actor, who started her career in Washington, D.C. She most recently produced and starred in the short film, The Drive, which is currently being submitted for festivals. She can also be seen in Geographically Desirable, which will be shown at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, NYC Independent Film Festival, as well as the DC Reel Independent Film Extravaganza.
The Kind of DC Media welcomes former soap opera star and acting coach Steve Blackwood, who will talk about his new acting company and book.
Find out more about Steve at www.steveblackwood.com
After ten years playing the bumbling Bart Biederbicke in the long-running NBC soap opera Days Of Our Lives, Steve Blackwood resided in Michigan for six years. Now he lives in Newburyport, MA — teaching acting classes, performing in concerts and creating a new acting company called the MASTERCLASS COMPANY. He has appeared in many other television shows and films including Judging Amy, Ed Gein, the Michigan-based Cedar Rapids, Machine Gun Preacher and Mooz-lum. Onstage, Mr. Blackwood appeared in the Meadow Brook Theatre hit Boeing Boeing while living in Michigan. He also appeared in the sequel Ding Dong, which opened at Meadow Brook in March of 2011 and was nominated for two Wilde Awards, in the categories of Best Ensemble and Best Comedy. An accomplished jazz singer with two national releases out, Steve has sung in nightclubs across the country, on network television, and has even performed the National Anthem for the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0085995/
The King of DC Media welcomes back one of the hottest actors in the business, Nyell Segura, who recently co-starred in the Season 6 premiere of The Vampire Diaries.
Listen to my previous interview with Nyell here: Catching up with up-and-coming actor Nyell Segura
Born into a diverse family of musicians, artists, filmmakers, and scientists, Nyell Segura grew up on the outskirts of New York City. Most recently, Nyell co-starred in The CW Network's hit television series, The Vampire Diaries season six premiere.
Nyell also booked the lead role of "Bob Ford" in the new feature film My Many Sons (Dir. Ralph E. Portillo). It is based on the inspiring true story of college basketball coach Don Meyer's tragedy, team, and legacy. Nyell is also the lead actor in the incredibly dynamic role of “Zayvian” in the exciting feature film 59 Seconds (Dir. Benedict Dorsey). Here, he stars opposite Pruitt Taylor Vince, Octavius J. Johnson, and Donzaleigh Abernathy. His theatre experience includes such roles as “Paul” in the New York theatre production of The Den of Thieves (Dir. of Theatre Susan Pilar) and as “Al” in Tea and Sympathy (Chatham Theatre Group).
Trena Bolden Fields talks with Billie Jo Konze about acting and her recent article on www.minnesotaplaylist.com, Acting without pay: A one woman debate.
Billie Jo Konze is a stage and on-camera actor living in Minneapolis. Billie acts frequently, writes occasionally, works doing marketing for local theater companies including Off-Leash Area, and hopes to someday finish and publish the children's books she's begun writing. In July, Billie Jo will be playing a Pulcinella in Shadow Horse Theatre's production of the seldom-performed Clive Barker play Crazyface.
Your host, William Powell, the KDOC (King of DC Media) welcomes for the second time, Brian Dragonuk, the creator of Dragonukconnects.com, the premiere actor's job board in the DMV.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION...
Mark Twain said..."Age is a matter of the mind, if you don't mind, it doesn't matter!"
I love Vivaldi...The Four Seasons...Winter, the 2nd-3rd acts of our lives...hmmm, I see winter as the springtime of my life, climbing higher on the path of life which has no end only new beginnings, new opportunities, new portals and vistas to enter to explore and that's what a group of retired Professional Actors have embraced, their fire-in-the-belly desire to stay involved during their so-called "retirement."
It's a group of Chicago members of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists who've had illustrious careers.
Acting in five live shows a year...etc.
Players/Actors read from scripts...etc.
Senior Theatres in the Spotlight...etc.
'IT'S NEVER TOO LATE!"
Mackenzie Parker has had a busy few years.. Growing up in Illinois he always took pride in helping his community both as a volunteer fire fighter and EMT. From there he moved on to the Navy where he was stationed in Camp Pendleton. Next he decided to go after his first true love... Acting. Starting off in community theatre and then traveling to Moscow to study and perform. Mackenzie now finds himself in LA and about to appear on one of the most popular shows on TV.
In the next few months Mackenzie Parker will be known as Scoot, the sidekick to one of the biggest villians on the show "Sons of Anarchy". He is so excited to watch the character come to life. He is also working on a feature film, "Daddy" starring Jay Jackson and Richard Riehle. There are many projects coming up for Mackenzie in the next year and you will definetly being seeing his face on both the small and big screen.
Thanks to MPowerPublicity: www.mpowerpublicity.com
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor T. J. Storm stops by Conversations LIVE to discuss his love of acting and what it's been like to pursue his passion for martial arts along the way. You've seen him on television shows like The Bold and the Beautiful, movies and video games like Resident Evil. He will also share how you can stay connected with him.
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