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Diva of Days of our Lives correspondents Cheri Henry and Carrie Garfield interview Days actress, Jen Lilley who portrays Theresa Donovan and Best Supporting Actor Daytime Emmy winner Eric Martsolf who plays Brady Black.
Eric Martsolf has been in choirs, operas, musicals, barbershop quartets and even a rock band which was proclaimed Harrisburg's best new band! The last two decades of Eric's career is nothing short of a testament to his versatility as an actor; successfully completing over 1,500 theatrical performances and 2,000+ television episodes. These profound numbers stem from his 4-year comic portrayal of the Pharaoh in Andrew Lloyd Webber's,Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, in which he consistently drew in acclaimed reviews from the harshest of nationwide critics, calling him a "mix of Elvis and Stallone - a blend of charisma, muscular framework and a talent to be reckoned with". Eric is most widely recognized for his six-year popular portrayal of Ethan Winthrop on NBC's daytime drama, Passions, where he claimed numerous accolades from peers and fans alike. His most recent role came in 2008 when he joined the cast of NBC's daytime drama, Days of our Lives, as Brady Black.
Eric Martsolf ("Brady Black" from Days of Our Lives) talks about his upcoming role in the new improvised soap from ACME Comedy, Scandal Crest. The show is live at 9 PM, ACME Comedy Hollywood, 135 N. LaBrea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Studio audience tickets are available at http://www.laughstub.com/buyTicket.cfm?showTimingID=188146 Watch online at http://www.scandalcrest.com/ 9 PM Pacific, 12 AM ET.
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves the dynamic Eric Martsolf and Jen Lilley.
Audiences know Eric Martsolf and Jen Lilley from the Emmy nominated daytime drama, Days of Our Lives in their portrayal of Brady Black and Teresa Donovan.
In spite of thier heavy taping schedule, their numerous other projects including their charity work, Eric and Jen managed to record the cover version for the Christmas Classic, Baby It's Cold Outside which is available on iTunes now. Be sure to download a copy for the holidays.
We will discuss their new single and their holiday plans.
You know what they say, love makes the world go round, but you all know that a song will take that love to a new plateau. E Mac, E Mack however you want to spell it, When you see a commercial, or watch a movie, it's all about the music. When you're in the mood for love with your significant other, ITS ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC. When you're in school and you're in a band, it's all about the music, and when it comes to this show - YOU KNOW
ITS ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC DAMMITT with Eric McAlister.
Eric Brazau is a prolific Counter Jihadist from Canada who has been incarcarated for speaking out about the issues of islam.
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Eric Broyles is an entrepreneur, attorney, and author who recently published “Encounters with Police: A Black Man’s Guide to Survival” with co-author and police officer Adrian Jackson. The book comes at a critical time in our nation, tackling the controversy surrounding the slayings of unarmed African American men by law enforcement officers and providing guidance to African American boys and men on how to survive encounters with police. Specifically, the book offers advice on how to think about interaction with police to lower the chances of escalation, provides information on legal and administrative rights citizens have to redress police misconduct so no hostilities occur at the time of encounter, and includes practical step-by-step guidelines on how to respond to police when pulled over for traffic stops or when stopped for questioning outside of traffic encounters. In a recent interview on Washington DC’s Fox 5 Morning News, Broyles stated that while the book is titled “A Black Man’s Guide to Survival,” the tips are race and gender neutral. He points out that by and large, police officers are not bad actors, but in cases where minorities “face targeting, hostility, and bias,” they should go through the complaint process where “you actually start to build a paper trail which will help the police department ferret out who the bad actors are. Can you imagine if Darren Wilson in Ferguson had five written complaints on him prior to the Michael Brown incident?” he asked. Broyles’ book is available on Amazon,