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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.
Trena Bolden Fields interviews, film actor, producer and director, Manny Hernandez on his journey and his upcoming film Pure Love.
Manny Hernandez was born in Tijuana Mexico and came to the US at four and didn't start acting until about thirteen years ago." He has four major films due for release in 2014, including Pure Love with Charlene Amoia, The Vanished (which he also produced), and Students Like Us.
Too many people whine these days. Some such people need some motivation in the form of a boot to the backside! Join the King of DC Media as he welcomes Marine veteran, actor and author Kevin Jiggets, who wrote the one-it's-way-to-being a classic self-help book, "Stop Your F*cking Whining: And Do the Damn Thing - Now Only Happens Once".
Buy the book here. Read about the book here:
Inevitably, within every life, there will be times when you get knocked on your ass. It’s a fact and the sooner you accept it, the sooner you’ll get off that newly bruised butt, stop the whining and complaining, and deal with it. This is a life saving, heavy handed, in your face approach to Self Development because some people need a kick in the ass. Written by a Decorated United States Marine Combat Veteran, this “no holds barred” approach to self-development is not the usual soft handed self-help book. By putting a mirror to the faces of whiners and complainers, the author hopes that they might see and boldly face the convenient lies they’ve hid behind that have held them back for too long. This uncut and often entertaining, boot camp approach is based on real life experience and observations. It is an effort to inspire all (or at least one) to greatness. You have entered the “No F#cking Whining Zone.”
In honor of Mental Heath Awareness Month, we are kicking off our wellness series with author and therapist, David Grand.
David Grand, Ph.D., is the discoverer and developer of Brainspotting with more than 6,000 therapists trained internationally. He is the author of Brainspotting: The Revolutionary New Therapy for Rapid and Effective Change, and This is Your Brain on Sports as well as the producer/director of the documentary Come Hell or High Water. Dr. Grand's work has been featured in the NY Times, the Washington Post, CNN and MSNBC.
Actor Daniel Ross star of the Ninjas vs. Trilogy, talks about the challenges and triumphs of being an actor newly-relocated to Hollywood (from the D.C., Maryland, Virginia area). Ross also played in the urban thriller All in the Game, the comic-book-hero film Sparks and Director Eduardo Sanchez's Lovely Molly.
Ross has seven sizzling projects he'll touch on! TUNE in for terrific talk!
William Powell, The King of DC Media, welcomes playwright and actor Fred Thomas Jr., the seven-time NAACP Theatre Award nominee and winner of “Best Director,” “Best Playwright” and “Best Producer” for the prison-themed stage show 12’x9'.
Learn more about Fred here:
Who is Fred Thomas Jr.? I am a seven time 2012 N.A.A.C.P Theatre Award nominee and winner of Best Director, Best Playwright and Best Producer for my play 12’ x 9’. I graduated from Lincoln Univesity PA and also an alumnus of Temple University, where I received my Masters in Film and Media Arts. I am the founder of Temple University’s Black Media Collective, and was part of the ensemble cast with director Charles Stone III (Drumline, Mr. 3000) in Stone's short film TRUE starring as one of the Whassup Guys. That short film spawned the iconic Budweiser Whassup Guys! commercials which would go on to become one of the most successful and memorable ad campaigns for Budweiser with a total of 17 commercials, and garnered the 2000 Cannes Film Festival Golden Lion Award for the Best Commercial in the World.
The K.D.O.C. (King of DC Media) hosts a special 4th of July episode of the Inside Acting Radio Show. Guests will be Richmond, VA-based actor Wesley Insley who played on episodes 1, 8 and 10 of AMC's Turn ( and co-founder of ScratchOut Creations), Barry Stevens, Ben Franklin impersonator, and returning guest Dylan Hintz fo the DC Stunt Coalition, who has performed stunts in TURN!
Read more about Barry here: http://www.benfranklinprinter.com/
Check out Wesley's crazy YouTube videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pw1IJcWmdI
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