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Join Valery Satterwhite and Holly Stephey as they talk about 50 Shades of Fame and Fortune. Valery and Holly will be talking calls for the show so make sure to call in ... Have you ever wondered, What's it really like to be famous? Acclaimed hosts Valery Satterwhite, FameMentor.com and Holly Stephey of RedVelvetMedia.com provide you with an up-close perspective on how their guests deal with the unique challenges that come packaged with their good fortune. Each interview offers a shade, a perspective, of what it's really like to have what so many others desire. You'll understand the brightest days and sometimes heavy price that's often paid with such success. You may be surprised to learn of the unique - and very real - challenges that come with such good fortune. In the spirit of and what Bravo TV's "Inside the Actor's Studio" is to the art and craft of accomplishment, this show is about the business and day-to-day life once arrived.
Angie Bowie style icon, author, performer, counselor, former wife of David Bowie and role model for outsiders everywhere She was only five when she first realized she felt different to other people, but says: “I liked it and I think I adjusted to being an outsider more and more as the events that formed my life unfolded.As well as good looks, Angie is blessed with fierce intelligence. She is well read and well informed, independent and self-sufficient. The foundations of her cosmopolitan perspective were laid during her early life, particularly when, at the age of nine, she was sent to St George’s School in Switzerland. It is an international school, full of wealthy girls from the ruling elite. Angie learned how to survive and flourish, despite her significantly different socio-economic background. Angie is truly one of the great outsider icons of the present age.Angie came to England in 1967 to study at Kingston Polytechnic, a college renowned over the years for producing figureheads of the avant-garde. Although only on a student visa, Angie got caught up in swinging London and somehow contrived to stay. She met David Bowie in 1969, when she was 19 and he was a fledgling rock star in his Space Oddity phase. They fell in love, married in 1970 and had a son who they famously called Zowie.She has often been referred to as the power behind the meteoric success. The cultural impact of David and Angie Bowie in the 70s and beyond cannot be over-estimated.&a
Join co-hosts Valery Satterwhite and Holly Stephey and their special guest, Kari Wells Star of Bravo TV's Married to Medicine. We'll discuss how Kari handles the challenges that come with being on a reality TV show as she balances her family, career, social scene and passionate pursuits.
Born in Yorkshire England Kari is a mother, commercial producer and entrepreneur. She's appeared in movies, television shows, commercials was a model and production executive. As the wife of Colombian-raised orthopedic and surgeon Duncan Wells, Kari lives by and carries with her Gandhi's wisdom Be the change you seek in the world.
Deeply committed to humanitarian causes such as Thriving Children Atlanta and Doctors Without Borders, she helps deliver quality medical care to people in need and in crisis. Kari is dedicated to helping women achieve control over the personal and professional financial destiny.
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It's not what everyone wants - but being recognized and having a comfortable amount of cash does make life a bit easier. And a lot of people hope for a life in the spotlight - at least some kind of 'being noticed'. : )
Tonight we look at the chart and what it says about our ability and our destiny for financial and public success!
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50 Shades of Fame and Fortune with Valery Satterwhite and Holly Stephey welcomes Mary Amons, Real Housewife of D.C. star, philanthropist, spokesperson, handbag and accessories designer and dedicated mother of five shares her thoughts on what she learned as a reality TV star, her family legacy and living life richly and purposefully from the inside out.
Mary founded Labels for Love, a non-profit that produces fashion events to raise awareness and support for organizations that support women and children. She also served as an executive Director of the Vincent T. Lombardi Foundation, Inc. for cancer research at Georgetown University - esbablished by her father Robert Schmidt. She is the granddaughter of legendary TV personality, Arthur Godfrey.
Ever wonder how professional athletes with multimillion-dollar contracts can end up bankrupt? Hint: It's more than just dropping thousands of dollars at a nightclub or buying Porsches and Escalades for yourself, your parents and your crew. Host Valery Satterwhite interviews John Greenburg, Football Historian and Author of "The Grand Old Man: Amos Alonzo Stagg" about the most significant coach in history.
The average pro athlete in the U.S. makes more money in one season than the average American does in a lifetime. Tune in to get the inside scoop on why most pro-athletes are ill prepared to handle their million dollar paychecks.
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