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    Geri Reischl On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Actress Geri Reischl , forever known to fans of "The Brady Bunch" as "Fake Jan", is tonight's guest on "Flashback" With Carey Fisher.
    Geri's career in television includes roles in "Gunsmoke", "The Interns" and "Apple's Way".
    Geri's film roles include the 1974 Cult Classic "I Dismember Mama".
    However, it is her stint in "The Brady Bunch Hour" that has cemented her status as a pop culture icon.
    In October of 1976 she was chosen, after five auditions, from amongst 1,500 other hopefuls, to replace Eve Plumb as Jan on "The Brady Bunch Hour".
    "The Brady Bunch Hour" faded into obscurity after 9 episodes but Geri's portrayal of "Fake Jan" has spawned multiple web sites dedicated to her and has even spawned a "Fake Jan" Day.
    Geri will be appearing at The 5th Annual Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention at the Marriott Hotel in Hunt Valley, Maryland from September 23rd - 25th.
    Information about The Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention can be found at
    http://www.midatlanticnostalgiaconvention.com/

    Please be sure to visit Geri's Official site at
    http://www.gerireischl.com/

  • 00:30

    Loren Lester On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Actor and voice over artist Loren Lester joins us on "Flashback" With Carey Fisher to discuss his film and television career.
    Loren Lester began his career as a teenager and has amassed almost 30 years of film, stage and television credits.
    Loren appeared in the cult classic "Rock 'n' Roll High School" and had a recurring role as Roy on "The Facts Of Life" for 5 seasons.
    Loren's many television appearances include roles in such shows as "Heroes", "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "The Closer", "Criminal Minds", "Cold Case", "Star Trek - Deep Space Nine" and a recurring role as Howard Koontz in the HBO comedy "Hung".
    In addition to his role as Fritz Hansel in "Rock 'n' Roll High School". Loren has appeared in such films as "Red Eye", "The Sweetest Thing", "Seventeen Again" and the upcoming big screen version of "The Green Hornet" with Seth Rogen.
    As a highly successful voice-over artist, Loren is best known for his role as Robin/Nightwing in the critically acclaimed and award winning "Batman : The Animated Series" and "The Adventures Of Batman And Robin".
    His voice has been heard in hundreds of TV and radio commercials. He has also received rave reviews for his audiobook narration of "Midnight Clear", "Girl in Hyacinth Blue", "In-N-Out Burger"", and "The Upside of Turbulence".
    Loren is a graduate of Occidental College’s theatre department and has starred in dozens of plays and musicals including the role of Sidney Bruhl in "Deathtrap".

    Be sure to visit Loren's Official Site at
    http://www.lorenlester.com/

    Please join us in welcoming actor Loren Lester to this edition of "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

  • 00:32

    Kim Poirier On "Flashback With Carey Fisher"

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    Actress Kim Poirier is my special guest tonight on "Flashback" to discuss her role as a producer for Moving Pictures Media Group's  zombie franchise "100 Days Of Death".
    Kim Poirier's been in the entertainment industry for three decades garnering experience as an actor, television host, and producer. She has performed in over 30 commercials and has been featured in countless catalogue and print ads. Some of her television credits include appearing on the Emmy award winning series "Mad Men", starring in the Gemini award winning show "Paradise Falls", as well as a recurring role on Syfy's "Eureka". On the big screen Kim has had principal roles in Zack Snyder's "Dawn of the Dead", Decoys 1 and 2, "American Psycho 2" with William Shatner, and "Silent But Deadly" with Jason Mewes to name a few. In addition, a short film she helped produce went to the Cannes Film Festival. Kim also hosted "Hypaspace" on the Space Channel for four years covering all matters science fiction and tech, film and television, and has conducted numerous interviews with celebrities. She's also hosted for Pop Galaxy where she wrote and produced some of the segments. She is currently the spokesperson and host for Moving Pictures Media Group, and is working on a slate of films going into production.Most notably the aforementioned "100 Days Of Death"
    Please visit Kim's Official Site at
    http://www.kimpoirier.net/
    and the Official Moving Pictures Media Group site at
    http://www.movingpicturesmediagroup.com/
    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/797795502/100-days-of-death-the-graphic-novel

  • 00:30

    Singer BJ Thomas On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    BJ Thomas is one of the most recognizable and distinctive voices in music and he is joining us on "Flashback" to discuss his incredible music career.
    BJ Thomas has sold over 70 million records which include 2 Platinum and 11 Gold Records.
    He is a 5 time Grammy winner and the recipient of 2 Dove Awards for Gospel Recordings.
    His 15 Top 40 hits include "Hooked On A Feeling" and "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head".
    His latest album is "Once I Loved" and BJ can also be seen as an actor in the film "Jake's Corner" which will be released on DVD on March 2nd.
    For all information on times, dates and venues for BJ's current tour please visit www.bjthomas.com

    Please join us in welcoming a true legend in the music industry, BJ Thomas, to "Flashback" with Carey Fisher

  • 00:33

    Jennifer Runyon Corman on "Flashback With Carey Fisher"

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    Actress Jennifer Runyon Corman joins us tonight on "Flashback".
    Among Jennifer's  roles are Sally Frame on Another World, Gwendolyn Pierce on Charles In Charge , and replacing Susan Olsen as Cindy Brady in A Very Brady Christmas . Jennifer also had a small  and very memorable part in Ghostbusters and  Up The Creek 
    In 1988, Jennifer played the lead in The In Crowd . She also starred in the comedy 18 Again!
    Please join us in welcoming Jennifer Runyon Corman to "Flashback"

  • 00:30

    Jackson Bostwick and Brian Kinnaird on "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Actor Jackson Bostwick and author Brian Kinnaird join us to discuss Jackson's stint as Captain Marvel on the Saturday morning live action "Shazam!" and Brian's book, "Parallel Universe: A Theatre For Heroism".
    Jackson Bostwick, in addition to his portrayal of Captain Marvel, has starred in such films as "The Psychopath", "Gus", "The Killing At Outpost Zeta", "Tron" and he is also the assistant producer and star of "Suitable Murder". Jackson is the writer, director and star of the upcoming "Bloody Mary Lite: An Urban Faerie Tale". Jackson is also the author of the upcoming book, "Myth, Magic And A Mortal". In addition to teaching theater at Auburn University, Jackson has also directed several plays and and founded the LA (Lower Alabama) Film Group.
    Brian Kinnard is the author of "Parallel Universe: A Theatre For Heroism" which features a foreword by Jackson Bostwick.
    Backed by research, personal stories, and contributions by actors and producers who have brought our superheroes to life on TV and screen, Parallel Universe explores the spirit of heroism and the human instinct to seek order and meaning where costumed crusaders wear a badge and gun!
    Please join us in welcoming Jackson Bostwick and Brian Kinnaird to "Flashback" with Carey Fisher
    Please visit Jackson Bostwick's official site at
    http://www.jacksonbostwick.com/
    Brian's book "Parallel Universe" can be purchased at http://www.watchmanbooks.com/

  • 00:30

    Cherie Currie On "Flashback With Carey Fisher"

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    Cherie rocketed to fame as  the teenage lead vocalist of The Runaways with bandmates Joan Jett, Lita Ford, Sandy West, Jackie Fox and Vicki Blue and together they produced the albums The Runaways, Queens Of Noise and Live In Japan.
    Cherie is also an accomplished actress whose film roles include Foxes with Jodie Foster and Twilight Zone - The Movie.
    Cherie is also the author of the autobiography "Neon Angel : A Memoir Of A Runaway" which inspired the film "The Runaways" with Dakota Fanning.
    Cherie has been an artist her entire life, but only in the last several years has her creativity led her to the craft of professional wood carving and she opened her own Chainsaw Art Gallery in Chatsworth, California.
    Cherie will be performing on Friday May 3rd at 7PM at Brick By Brick in San Diego, Ca and on Saturday May 4th at The Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, Ca at 7PM.
    Please visit Cherie's official site at
    http://cheriecurrie.com/
    The Runaways official site at
    http://therunaways.com/
    Cherie's Official Website for her chainsaw art http://www.chainsawchick.com/
    To purchase Cherie's autobiography "Neon Angel: A Memoir Of A Runaway"
    http://www.harpercollins.com/books/Neon-Angel/?isbn=9780061961359
    For ticket and show information for Friday May 3rd at Brick By Brick in San Diego, CA
    http://www.brickbybrick.com/
    For ticket and show information for Saturday May 4th at The Tiki Bar in Costa Mesa, Ca
    http://tikibaroc.com/

  • 00:45

    John Wesley Shipp On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Actor John Wesley Shipp will be tonight's special guest on "Flashback" With Carey Fisher.
    John Wesley Shipp Won two consecutive daytime Emmy awards for his soap work -- the first for "As the World Turns" (1956) and the second for "Santa Barbara" (1984).
    At the 14th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in 1987, John won the Outstanding Guest Performer Award becoming the only actor with consecutive wins from two different daytime dramas.
    John is best known for his portrayal of Barry Allen/The Flash in the CBS television series "The Flash" from 1990 - 1991.
    John also starred on "Dawson's Creek" as Mitch Leery from 1998-2001 and had a recurring role as Michael Jones on "Palmetto Pointe" which aired on ION Television and portrayed the role of Lucky Williams on the NBC Series "Sisters".
    John's additional tv appearances include such shows as "JAG", "CSI: NY", "Human Target" and "The Closer".
    John's film appearances include "The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter", "Second To Die" and the upcoming films "Port City", "Separation Anxiety" and the currently filming "Daddy's Girl".
    Please join us as the "Flash" in this edition of "Flashback" is none other than John Wesley Shipp.

  • 00:30

    Adrienne Barbeau On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Actress and author Adrienne Barbeau joins us to discuss her latest book "Love Bites" on sale August 31st.
    Adrienne rocketed to fame as Bea Arthur's daughter, Carol, in the smash hit TV series "Maude". Since then she has become a best selling author, a recording artist, and the star of numerous features, films for television, concert performances, musicals and plays.

    Movie fans know her best for her performances in The Fog, Escape From New York, Creepshow, Swamp Thing, Back to School, and Cannonball Run. Her recent films include Reach for Me, with Seymour Cassell and Alfre Woodard; the award winning drama Deception; and the award winning “zombie film” Alice Jacobs is Dead.

    Adrienne has a Golden Globe nomination and over 450 screen performances to her credit. Lifetime Network audiences can see her in the oft-repeated Shattered Hearts and Drew Carey fans know her as Oswald’s mom. She starred as Ruthie, the Snake Dancer, on HBO’s fascinating series, Carnivale. Recently, she guest starred on Grey’s Anatomy, Dexter, Cold Case, and The New Adventures of Old Christine, and she has just joined the cast of General Hospital for her first foray into daytime television.
    Off camera, Adrienne is the voice of Catwoman in Batman, The Animated Series, Ms. Simone in Scooby-Do on Zombie Island, and Scooter’s Mom in the 3-D animated film Fly Me To The Moon. She can be heard in a myriad of video games: God of War and Batman, Arkham Asylum among them.

    Adrienne is the author of three books: the best-selling memoir There Are Worse Things I Could Do; Vampyres of Hollywood; and the upcoming Love Bites.

    Please visit Adrienne's official site at
    http://www.abarbeau.com/

  • 00:15

    Deanna Lund On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Actress Deanna Lund drops by "Flashback" to talk about her upcoming reunion with her "Land Of The Giants" co stars at the Hollywood Show in Burbank, CA at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel and Convention Center on 9-10 October 2010.
    Best known for her portrayal of Valerie Scott on the Irwin Allen TV Series "Land Of The Giants", Deanna's other television appearances include "Batman", "Love, American Style", "The Incredible Hulk", "General Hospital" and "One Life To Live".
    Her film work includes "Hardly Working", "Panic In The City", "Hustle" and "Tony Rome".
    Her forays into live theater include "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof", "Bus Stop" and "A Streetcar Named Desire".
    Deanna will be reuniting with fellow "Land Of The Giants" co stars Gary Conway, Don Matheson, Stefan Arngrim, Don Marshall and Heather Young in a not to miss event for fans of "Land Of The Giants" at the Hollywood Show on October 9th and 10th and will then join fellow Irwin Allen vets June Lockhart and Mark Goddard from "Lost In Space" at the Hollywood Expo on October 15th-17th at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.
    For info please visit
    www.deannalund.com
    www.hollywoodshow.com
    www.hollywoodxpo.com

  • 01:01

    Richard Kiel On "Flashback" With Carey Fisher

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    Richard Kiel, who is best known for his roles as "Jaws" in the James Bond films will be here to discuss his amazing and multifaceted career and life.
    Richard, who is a towering 7 feet 2 inches tall, has appeared in countless television show that include "Laramie", "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", "The Wild Wild West", "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" and "The Twilight Zone".
    Richard was also the original Hulk in 2 episodes, including the pilot, before being replaced by Lou Ferrigno in "The Incredible Hulk".
    Richard also achieved monumental success in film with roles in such films as "The Longest Yard", "Silver Streak", "Force 10 From Navarone", "Pale Rider", "Happy Gilmore" and his most famous film role as iconic James Bond villain "Jaws" in "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker" with Roger Moore"
    His most recent film work includes the upcoming "Xeno Crisis" trilogy.
    Richard was also the co writer, producer and star of "The Giant Of Thunder Mountain".
    Richard is also the co author of "Kentucky Lion: The True Story Of Cassius Clay" and his autobiography "Making It Big In The Movies"
    Please join us as "Flashback" returns with actor and author Richard Kiel.
    Please be sure to visit Richard Kiel's official site at
    http://www.richardkiel.com/
    Richard also achieved monumental success in film w

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