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Kate Mansi was bitten by the acting bug at a young age; starring in print and television commercials. She was introduced to the world of ballet by her mother; an accomplished dancer and joined the Pacific Festival Ballet, where she was a principle dancer in performances of the Nutcracker, Bambi, Peter Pan, and the contemporary ballet Heaven and Hell. After college, Mansi decided to focus solely on her acting career. She appeared in several national commercials and print ads. In 2008, she landed a guest spot on the sitcom, How I Met Your Mother and was asked to screen test for the role of Melanie on Days of Our Lives, but lost out to Molly Burnett. Three years later, she auditioned for the part of Abigail Deveraux and landed the job. She visits Behind the Mic Radio on Thursday, April 4, at 7pm EST.
Film, Television Icon, Emmy Award , People's Choice Award winning actor and Political Activist, Eric Braeden has starred as arguably one of the most popular characters in daytime history, Victor Newman for over 32 years on the #1 rated soap THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS for 28 consecutive years which airs on CBS from Sony Pictures Television and which is syndicated in over 30 foreign countries on five continents. But Eric is much more than one of the most recognizable faces in daytime television. He's a successful feature film actor and producer and he's a man of carefully measured opinions on important national and international issues. Behind the Mic Radio proudly welcomes Eric on Wednesday, March 27, at 4:30pm EST.
Brooklyn Haley is a naturally talented 17-year-old singer/songwriter/actress originally from Academy, Texas.
She has performed all over southern California & in such famous venues as the Whisky a Go-Go, the Nokia Theatre LA Live, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and the LA/Las Vegas Improv. Apart from her numerous performances and showcases, Brooklyn has also performed at special benefit concerts held by the mayor of the city of Los Angeles, Mayor Villaraigosa. Additionally, Brooklyn has opened for such great acts as Alyson Stoner, Earth Wind and Fire and Gretchen Bonaduce. In 2010, Brooklyn co-wrote and recorded five original songs with Grammy Award winning producer Alex Cantrall and Jeff Hoeppner of Radio Nation, best known for the hit song, Jo-Jo’s “Leave (Get Out),” Beyoncé’s “Sweetdreams,” and the work they’ve done for Pink, Justin Timberlake and Kelly Clarkson. Of these five songs, Brooklyn’s hit song, “Record n Rock,” was featured in the forthcoming multi-console video game, Dance Wars. Brooklyn’s efforts will culminate with the release of her new album along with the music video for her song, “Crash” which is slated for 2012. In 2011, Brooklyn embarked on the seven-city, five-state No Bully Tour, featuring a mixture of Radio Disney and Nickelodeon stars hoping to send a strong anti-bullying message to teens. Also, in 2011, she began work on her latest album with Eddie Galan, the 17x Platinum, Los Angeles born producer best known for his work on the top selling, High School Musical soundtrack. She stops by on Saturday, August 24 at 4pm EST.
Deana Martin is an influential American singer, actor and performer and the very proud daughter of iconic entertainer, Dean Martin. Deana achieved success early in her career in films, theater and television, then quickly added to her repertoire — recording artist, best-selling author, nationally syndicated radio host, licensed pilot, and business entrepreneur. In 2004 Deana broke new ground as an author with her best-selling memoir “Memories Are Made of This, Dean Martin Through His Daughters Eye’s” In 2005, after Deana completed her sold-out “Deana Sings Dino” international concert tour, she was eager to return to the studio and record a new album. In 2006, Deana released “Memories Are Made Of This,” her top–selling CD of Standards and Jazz. It remained on the Top 10 charts for over 40 weeks. Deana then launched her phenomenally successful “Memories Are Made Of This” international concert tour. In the summer of 2009, Deana released her newest CD “Volare” & opened on the Billboard Heat Seeker chart at #7, Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums chart at #22, and on iTunes Top 10 chart. Deana loved working at Capitol Studios where she collaborated on this project with legendary multi-Grammy Award-winning engineer Al Schmitt, & her producer John Griffeth. Following the release of her new album, Deana will embark on the international “Volare Concert Tour.” Deana's desire to continue her father’s legacy & support of children’s charitable causes led to her being the driving force behind the annual Dean Martin Festival. All proceeds from this event fund the Dean Martin Music Scholarships.
Dee Wallace is an Actor, Healer, and Best Selling Author. Her Film, TV and Commercial credits number in the thousands. Although she has had much success, she is still reachable by her audience, doing two radio shows a week, monthly live webcasts on her own network, and annual weekend work shops at her home in Woodland Hills. When Dee is not in the studio or on the set, you will find her at a convention somewhere between the West coast and East coast. Dee Wallace is today's new renaissance woman. She stops by on Wednesday, August 14, at 8pm EST.
Mary McDonough is best-known for her role of Erin Walton, on the iconic television series, The Waltons. Mary is a public speaker and workshop leader. She addresses and leads groups to help individuals with personal change, create life balance, and return to a sense of self. Continuing her acting career into adulthood, McDonough has appeared on numerous series; ER, Picket Fences, Will and Grace, American Dreams, Boston Legal, and was a reoccurring character on The New Adventures of Old Christine. She starred in the made for television movie, Christmas at Cadillac Jack’s and will soon be seen in the upcoming film Lake Effects. Mary is an award winning Filmmaker. She wrote and directed For the Love of May, a film starring Patricia Neal. Mary has written, produced, and directed award winning educational films and was seen recently hosting her Walton family for, A Walton Family Reunion for the Inspiration Network which airs The Waltons daily. She has also utilized her communication and media savvy as a special correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and host of programs. She gives readers an intimate look behind the scenes of one of the most beloved shows of all time, and reveals an inspiring story of challenges and personal triumph in her new book, Lessons from the Mountain: What I Learned from Erin Walton. She stops by on Thursday, July 17, at 7pm EST.
D.W. Moffett was born in Highland Park, IL, a northern suburb of Chicago. After attending Stanford University, where he majored in International Relations, he found himself back in Chicago, working as a Lending Associate in the Agribusiness Division of Continental Bank. On a whim (and perhaps a desire to leave visions of cattle-feeders in Colorado behind him) D.W. was lured to the St. Nicholas Theater Company, where he studied with, among others, William H. Macy. Shortly thereafter, having fallen in love with the stage, he became a founding member of the Remains Theatre Company. While at Remains he starred in, directed and/or produced over 40 productions including The Tooth of Crime, Moby Dick, Waiting for Godot , Woyzeck and Speed the Plow. After a long and successful career on stage in Chicago, he went with John Malkovich to do Balm In Gilead in New York City. He then starred opposite Brad Davis in Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart at the Public Theater for which he won critical acclaim. He appeared on Broadway in The Boys of Winter and The Real Thing and headlined the production of Contact at Lincoln Center in 2001. He was most recently seen on-stage playing opposite Kevin Spacey and Jennifer Ehle inThe Phialadelphia Story at the Old Vic in London. D.W. has had a long and successful career in film as well. He is most memorable in Bernardo Bertolucci's Stealing Beauty and won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Stephen Soderbergh's Traffic. He can currently be seen splitting his time on screen between Switched at Birth & Happily Divorced. He stops by to chat on Saturday, May 18, at 6pm EST.
Mary McDonough is best-known for her role of Erin Walton, on the iconic television series, The Waltons. Mary is a public speaker and workshop leader. She addresses and leads groups to help individuals with personal change, create life balance, and return to a sense of self. McDonough has appeared on numerous series; ER, Picket Fences, Will and Grace, American Dreams, Boston Legal, and was a reoccurring character on The New Adventures of Old Christine. She starred in the made for television movie, Christmas at Cadillac Jack’s and will soon be seen in the upcoming film Lake Effects. Mary is an award winning Filmmaker. She wrote and directed For the Love of May, a film starring Patricia Neal. Mary has written, produced, and directed award winning educational films She gives readers an intimate look behind the scenes of one of the most beloved shows of all time, and reveals an inspiring story of challenges and personal triumph in her new book, Lessons from the Mountain: What I Learned from Erin Walton. She stops by on Wednesday, July 24, at 8pm EST.
Out of their home base in Los Angeles, NEVERWONDER came into existence with a unique sound of rock, pop, and soul fusion. Their music is driven by their strong musicianship and rooted from life’s experiences. The band has hit the stages of venues, such as House of Blues (LA/OC), Roxy, Key Club, Viper Room, Galaxy Theater and The Coach House, and has been featured on KLOS 95.5 FM radio. The band stops by on Tuesday, April 2, at 8pm EST.
Patrick Carlin is an American writer and humorist and older brother of comedian, George Carlin. He has worked on television shows including Thicke of the Night and The George Carlin Show, and published a novel in 2007, Highway 23, the Unrepentant. He created a radio show, Weekly Chunk O' News Round Up, and is a frequent guest on the WDST radio morning show. His newest book, ¿Quien F!#kin’ Sabe?, was released late last year and is a collection of quotes, poems, thoughts, and questions from imaginary folks Carlin "allows to hang out up in my head" as he puts it. He stops by on Thursday, March 21, at 8:30pm EST.
Helen Slater's career has encompassed motion pictures, television, music, and legitimate stage. Upon graduating from the famed High School of Performing Arts, her debut film performance in Supergirl, opposite Faye Dunaway and Peter O'Toole, won praise from the most cynical of critics and launched her performing career. She went on to star in such films as The Legend of Billie Jean, Ruthless People, The Secret of My Success, City Slickers, Sticky Fingers, Lassie, No Way Back, The Steal, and Seeing Other People, among others. Her credits also include the Fox original movie 12:01, Hallmark Hall of Fame's Best Friends for Life with Gena Rowlands, Toothless with Kirstie Alley and Lifetime’s The Good Mother. She currently has two movies in postproduction, The Curse of Downer's Grove with Bela Heathcote and A Remarkable Life with Daphne Zuniga. Helen has also found success in the theatre world. She co-founded the theatre group The Naked Angels, and was a member of the Actor's Movement Studio. A singer and songwriter since her days at the High School of Performing Arts, Helen has performed at clubs and benefits in the Los Angles area. As an artist, Helen has also released four CDs of her own original music, including a unique children’s album about Greek mythology.
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