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The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes old pal David Oliver about how to crack the NYC acting market, advice for young actors, Kung Fu movies, and Taimak!
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes "The King of Impersonators", actor, radio personality and Howard Stern impersonator Stewart Brodian on the show to talk about his many projects including his Celebrity Impersonator Convention, radio show and cable talk show Brodian's Basement.
Read my article on Stewart by clicking here.
Double Or Nutin'
a comedy TV show starring Stewart Brodian!
Appeared in various TV shows, movies + commercials.
Hosted many shows and conventions.
Trained in teleprompter, ear prompter + green screen
Currently appearing as:
Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson in:
Conversations Across Time
Tuesdays at 10:00 PM in Philadelphia on PhillyCAM
(Comcast Channel 66 and 966, Verizon 29 and 30)
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes actor Patrick James Barry, from Night at the Museum, to talk about the Hollywood-actor-grind and his first stabs at stand-up comedy.
The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes filmmaker and World Music & Independent Film Festival founder June Daguiso.
June Daguiso is a Writer, Producer, Director, Actor and Martial Artist, as well as Founder of "MJD Productions", LLC, "World Music and Independent Film Festival" and "Hollywood in Washington, DC" talk show. He is also known for the films Full Circle (2007), Diary of a Serial Killer (2013) and Drug Related 3 (2012).
In 2006, Master June produced "Full Circle", his first feature film project.
"Full Circle" had four nominations for the original soundtrack at the Grammy Awards.
June went on to produce "Drug Related 1, 2 and 3”, “Jeepney", “Collide", "I Am An American-The Movie", and "A Split Personality”.
In 2010, his film "Collide" received 2 Grammy award nominations.
As the founder of the World Music & Independent Film Festival, and Hot Media International Film Festival in Washington, DC, it is June’s dream to bring filmmakers and musicians from all over the world to the D.C. area in celebration of the films that are made in the nation’s capital.
Nicholas Snow welcomes Brandon Deyette who wrote, produced, directed and acts in his latest film, Proxy. Also joining the show, adult film star Charlie Harding who is making his mainstream entertainment debut in Proxy as Tristan.
The film's synopsis? On a Sunday in July, one man’s indiscretion affects eight lives. Josh thinks his only goal is to get back his grandmother’s engagement ring from ex-girlfriend Tess. A casual day gets much more serious for Steve and Tristan once their friend Price leaves for a date. A family secret causes friends Becca and Kari to reveal secrets of their own.
Deyette started producing in 1994, at the legal age of 14 years old. While this seems like a stretch, it was merely a favor from a friend’s father that allowed him to do so. Since then, he’s gone on to work in Broadcast News, produced photo shoots, commercials, theatre, and video; written for and acted in theatre and commercials. Harding began his performance career by playing Charlie Brown on stage in high school. After many years out of the performance arena, he made his adult acting debut for Falcon Studios in February 2012. He has performed in over 25 adult films.
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The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes Playwright Ivy Hawkins, Director ELI El, and cast of the stage show, Dry Bones. Dry Bones touches on the themes of father\son relationships and the effects of street life.
Listen to my previous interview with Adyib by clicking here. Dial 347.884.8997 to speak with the guests or the hosts.